The detail of how children's skills and knowledge are developed in different subject areas is outlined in the theme maps and Weaving Knowledge and Skills documents for each term. For more information about any area of learning, visit the dedicated subject curriculum pages or speak to your child's teacher.
During the summer term our first theme is Extreme Earth.The children will be geographers naming and locating places on maps that experience extreme natural events. As part of their learning the children will look at the components that make up our planet including rocks.
In the second half of the Summer term our theme is Amazing Artists. We will develop our knowledge of techniques and use famous artwork as inspiration for our own pieces. We look forward to sharing our masterpieces with you at various times during the term!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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