Teacher: Miss Skues
Each term, we produce a knowledge organiser to explain the key areas of the topic we will be focusing on. A knowledge organiser is a document that contains key facts and information that children need to have a basic knowledge and understanding of a topic.
Most knowledge organisers will include:
- the essential facts about the topic, usually laid out in easily digestible chunks
- key vocabulary or technical terms and their meaning
This term our Key Question is 'Why are oceans important?' We will be looking at globes, maps and atlases to help us identify and compare the world's continents and oceans. We will go on to consider the contribution the ocean makes to our daily lives. We will also examine how the world's oceans are becoming more polluted and what we can do to help stop this problem. In Science we will be studying 'Living things and their habitats', focusing in particular on marine habitats and how and why their differ throughought the world.
This term PE is on a MONDAY.
Oceans Knowledge Organiser
Habitats Knowledge Organiser
Please remember to hear your child read daily – it makes such a difference to your child’s reading.
A new homework sheet will be stuck into the children's homework books at the beginning of the term. Please ensure the books come into school each Monday. I love to see what the children are learning at home!