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Autumn Term 2020

 

This term, our whole school topic is ‘A long time ago…’

 

Covering around 10,000 years, we will be exploring changes in British prehistory.

How did people survive and thrive?

What weapons and tools did they use?

What were their beliefs and customs?

What can archaeological evidence tell us about their homes and lifestyles?

 

From Palaeolithic cave dwellings and Neolithic henges, to Bronze Age archers and Iron Age lake settlements - we will use timelines, artefacts and a range of archaeological evidence to investigate life in Britain.

 

 

There are many other things that we will be exploring this term!

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Spring Term 2021

 

This term, our whole school topic is 'Epic Expeditions!'

 

We will investigate the physical features of rivers in the UK and compare these to The Amazon River in South America. Victorian explorer Henry Walter Bates, who visited The Amazon for research in 1848, will be our focus for elements of expeditions!

 

Please click on our School Closure Work page to see examples of our lockdown learning.

 

There are many other things that we will be exploring this term!

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Summer Term 2021

 

This term, our whole school topic is 'Location, location!'

 

We will be investigating life in Ancient Rome, the expansion of the Roman Empire, and life in Britain under Roman rule. We will use timelines, archaeological evidence, artefacts and maps to explore the Roman Empire and its long-lasting impact upon Britain.

 

Through exploration of a range of historical sources, we will investigate the ideas, beliefs, attitudes and experiences of people living under Roman rule. In geography, we will explore settlements, land use and trade routes within the Roman Empire.

 

 

There are many other things that we will be exploring this term!

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