Roman Empire

We will continue to learn about animals and classification of vertebrates and invertebrates, understanding that skeletons, shells and exoskeletons protect important internal body parts. Thinking about how animals cannot make their own food, like plants can, we will study diets for healthy lifestyles and the culmination of learning will be to research recipes and create and bake a recipe for Roman bread.

Quality Text: Fox

We read ‘Fox’ as our quality text, a fable about friendships and about not judging a book by its cover. A non-chronological report about a magpie, will support us to write our own factual report about foxes.


Poetry: Mask

Narrative: Fable

Non-fiction: Information

Ukuleles and End of Year Production

Essential Skill:
Team Work & Aiming High

Measurement (Time), Geometry (Shape) & Statistics

No Outsiders:

Relationships, Consent & Differences

British Roman Empire

Design & Technology:
Cooking & Nutrition (Roman Bread)

Religious Education:
Islam How do Muslim’s worship?

Simulations & Graphing

Physical Education:
Games: Striking & Fielding (Rounders (Striking) & Athletics (Competitions)

Food, Glorious Food Project:
Children organise a food fair to launch their very own cookery book

Enrichment Opportunities:
Day Visit to Chester Grosvenor Museum (Roman Living History), Day Visit to Northwich Mosque, Food, Glorious Food Project, Inspire Day, School Sports Week, End of Year KS2 Production

Child-led Projects

Going on a Picnic