Topic Work

 

In Lower Key Stage 2 the National Curriculum subjects are taught through a cross-curricular approach. Each term learning focuses on a particular theme.  We have a question based format where children are presented with a question each week and learning opportunities are planned that help the children to answer the question.

In Lower Key Stage 2 Topic lessons take place two times each week and are taught in mixed ability classes with their class teacher.  Learning is differentiated to match the children's knowledge, skills and progress.  In addition links are made with other lessons such as English, Maths, PE and computing  to ensure that children are fully engaged with the Topic.

The below are details about the Topic and the key questions  that the children will be learning over the next term.   

 

How did Invaders change Britain?

Wk1

Are you a History Detective?

Wk 2

What is a timeline?

Wk 3

Who were the Romans?

Wk 4

How did the Romans live?

Wk 5

Who were the Anglo-Saxons?

Wk 6

What was it like to be an Anglo-Saxon?

Wk 7

Who were the Vikings?

Wk 8

How did the Vikings travel?

Wk 9

What was it like to be a Viking?

Summary

Open-research link to T4W topic

One week will be 2 day visits to Murton Park Danelaw Museum and related follow up work.