Could you be caught in the web?
Throughout this REAL Project, we will explore what it means to get caught up in activities, focusing on the internet and the time we spend on it. We will be looking at E-safety and what this means to us and how we can keep ourselves safe when we use the internet. In addition, we will be taking part in a Lego workshop with tutors and students from Hope University. Throughout the whole project, we will constantly reflect on our time spent online and thinking about other activities that we really enjoy.
1.Plan questions and interview an Internet expert Henry from E-Cadets.
2. Prepare internet safety event for Internet Safety Day: Together for a better internet.
3. How to write and present a charter.
To create a home/school charter for internet safety. Curriculum Coverage
|English||Reading and writing: Biographies, Stories, Poetry and Diaries.|
|Maths||Learning multiplication facts Fractions Time Decimals Area and perimeter|
|RE||COMMUNITY GIVING & RECEIVING GIVING: SELF DISCIPLINE|
|History||Anglo-Saxon invasion of Britain: Settlements and kingdoms: place names and village life|
|Geography||Mapping skills and local study: Learning the 8 compass points and 4 figure grid references.|
|Science||Animals & Living Things, Humans & Circulatory System|
|Computing Design & Technology||On-line safety and Coding Construction|
|Art||Water colours and seascapes|
|Music||Learning the play the ukulele|
|PSHE||Jigsaw Scheme – Dreams & Goals, Healthy Me|
Year Group Information
|29th January||Hope University tutors and students visit our classes|
|11th February||Safer Internet Day: ‘Together for a better internet’|
|25th February||Shrove Tuesday|
|26th February||Ash Wednesday|
|5th March||World Book Day|
|3rd April||School closure at 3:10pm for Easter Holidays|
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Pupils will need to bring their PE kit and ukulele to school every Friday. Reading records (blue book) and home readers must be in school every day. Please make it a priority to read with your child and sign their reading records at least three times a week. Homework is given out on a Friday. Children will be given 2 pieces of homework per week – Maths and English. Spellings will also be set on Spelling Shed for pupils to learn – please let us know if this is a problem getting online. Pupils are also expected and will be monitored online by class teachers that they complete the following activities:
Reading Plus – complete 2 comprehensions per week.
Maths Shed – 30 minutes per week.
Times Table Rockstars – regular practise.