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Terms 1 and 2


This term our to theme is Claverham Through the Ages. We shall be starting some new and exciting projects this term in History, Geography, Science, Art and DT. 


History - Claverham Through the Ages

This project teaches children about everyday life and families today, focusing on the local area of Claverham. We will be making comparisons with Claverham now and Claverham in the 1950s, using artefacts and a range of different sources and exploring the local area.


Geography - Our Wonderful World

This essential skills and knowledge project teaches children about physical and human features, maps, cardinal compass points, and positional and directional language. They learn about the equator, hemispheres and continents and are introduced to the countries, capital cities and settlements of the United Kingdom. The children carry out simple fieldwork to find out about local physical and human features.


Science - Everyday Materials and Human Senses

Everyday Materials teaches children that objects are made from materials. They identify a range of everyday materials and their sources. Children investigate the properties of materials and begin to recognise that a material's properties define its use.

Human Senses teaches children that humans are a type of animal known as a mammal. They name and count body parts and identify similarities and differences. They learn about the senses, the body parts associated with each sense and their role in keeping us safe.


Art - Mix it! and Funny Faces and Fabulous Features

The project Mix it! teaches children about basic colour theory by studying the colour wheel and colour mixing. It includes an exploration of primary and secondary colours and how artists use colour in their artwork.

Funny Faces and Fabulous Features teaches children about the concept of the portrait and how the collage technique can be used to make a portrait.


DT - Shade and Shelter

This project teaches children about the purpose of shelters and their materials. They name and describe shelters and design and make shelter prototypes. Children then design and build a play den as a group and evaluate their completed product.