This term we will be investigation the question "How have the lives of women changed in Britain since 1900?". We will be exploring how the industrial revolution changed the lives of ordinary people. We will look at the women's war effort and the effect WW1 had on attitudes towards women. We will then look at how women won the right to vote and the impact that has had on the lives of women up to today.
Every child should spend an average of 15 minutes reading daily. We ask that that the book title, page numbers and a small comment are recorded via dojo. They can complete this themselves, we just ask that you check to ensure they are reading each day and try to ask them questions about their book to help them retain key details.
The children will be assigned Maths shed challenges that they can work on at home throughout the week.
The children will each be set a times table to practice during the week, ready for a test the following Friday. It is very important that they continue to practice the quick recall of their tables even after they have completed their 12 times table. Times Tables Rockstars is the recommended way to practise and is lots of fun!
Children will be taught spellings using the Read, Write, Inc spelling scheme. This focuses on explicit teaching in class. Children will have words to log and learn (Practice at home) each week.
The children are invited to share their topic homework via Class Dojo to celebrate with the other children in class. We can't wait to see the results of the hard work you have put in!