Surprisingly this term started in Year 2 with a visitor who helped us time travel back to London, 1666!
We used historical artefacts to piece together what had happened at the time of Samuel Pepys. In literacy we will be looking at different types of words and use them to describe a setting. We will be looking at the features of a diary and using them to help us write our own diary as if we had lived in London in 1666. As the term progresses we will be looking at poetry and poems inspired by winter. We will be using what we have found out about different word types to write our own acrostic winter poem.
In maths we will be using what we have learnt in term one in place value to help us use number bonds and apply our knowledge in addition and subtraction.
In topic we will be designing and making our own Stuart houses to create a street scene from the Great Fire of London. We will be finding out what happened and sequencing the events of that terrible time!
Excitingly, towards the end of the term we will be practising our lines and songs for our Christmas performance. We are looking forward to presenting our Christmas performance in the church!