During the Spring Term, our learning is driven through history and our enquiry question for the term is
"How does time travel?"
This question allows us to build on our history learning from foundation stage and Year 1 about the history within both our family and our country and then focus down onto a specific area of history that has impacted both our locality and our nation.
Our enquiries always have an authentic outcome. For us, an authentic outcome is a final piece of learning or presentation that brings together and celebrates our full term's enquiry. Our authentic outcome for this enquiry is to re-create our own BarrowHill Roundhouse Train Workshop. This enables us to showcase our learning and demonstrate our fantastic understanding of our local history.
Our enquiry is also driven by language rich key texts that support our children's understanding of carefully planned genres. See below for the images of our key texts this term.
Our knowledge organisers are sent home at the start of each term and they show all of the sticky knowledge that we want our children to remember for their enquiry.
Sticky knowledge is the key knowledge that we have identified for our children to know, remember and understand. Remembering this key knowledge supports your child to access their enquiry and the curriculum itself.
See our knowledge organiser for each week's sticky knowledge and vocabulary that the children are learning.