Mr Isherwood

Class Teacher

Mrs Wilkinson

Teaching Assistant

Welcome to Morvah! 
Our summer term topic is 'The Romans'. Were the Romans good for Britain? To investigate this we will
spend time looking at primary and secondary sources to find out about the Romans and how they lived. This will include looking at Roman architecture, invasions and different Roman emperors.
In our RE sessions, the children will be exploring the overall enquiry question: 'How do Christians decide how to live? What would Jesus do?' We will follow the following sequence of learning:
1. In which ways does The Bible set out instructions for living?
2. What are some of the literal and metaphorical meanings of
some of the stories about Jesus in The Bible?
3. What were the beatitudes?
4. What was the Sermon on the Mount?
5. How do modern Christians show the values taught by the
6. Do you live your life in a way that Jesus would have
wanted? Why do you live life like this?
In Science, our learning will be about ‘animals including humans’ as well as building on our knowledge of ‘living things and their habitats’. We will learn to:
Create questions and devise investigations to test them.
Gather and record data.
Ask relevant questions and use scientific enquiry to answer them.
Be able to explain what a fair test is and make modifications to improve accuracy.
Please see below to find our termly plan and chilli challenge homework grid for the Summer Term.
Homework - 
 At St Uny Church of England Academy, we believe homework is anything children do outside of the normal school day that contributes to their learning, in response to guidance from the school. Homework encompasses a whole variety of activities instigated by teachers and parents/carers to support the children's learning.
Our chilli challenge grids give children a great range of activities and crafts to get busy with throughout the term.
Reading: Reading is a lifelong skill that we try to develop as your child continues their journey through our school. We are keen to develop a love of books and escapism as early as possible, which is why we are introducing ‘Reading Karate’ this year. This is a reward based system for reading at home, which results in the children moving up through coloured ‘belts’ (wristbands) depending on how many ‘reads’ they have completed. We would greatly appreciate your support with this new initiative, not only by listening to your child read but by perhaps sharing some of your favourite books from your childhood with them too. 
Maths: St Uny Church of England Academy has invested in ‘Timestables Rockstars’, an online resource for learners to practise their multiplication skills. This will enable children to become more fluent in their multiplication tables. Upper KS2 children should be completing 2 x 20min sessions per week.
 PE -
PE sessions are subject to change - we would therefore appreciate it if your child's full PE kit (white t-shirt, navy shorts, trainers/plimsolls) is in all week. 

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