Welcome to Chestnut Class
Teacher: Mr Kirby
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Carter
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3.5 Celebrating Easter and Pentecost
About this topic
This topic is designed to develop the children’s knowledge and understanding of Easter and Pentecost through the Story of Emmaus and through Acts 2: 1-13 (Pentecost). The children will reflect on the celebration of new life and on the signs and symbols of the Easter season. They will reflect on the importance of belief through the story of ‘Doubting Thomas’. They will learn about the symbols and fruits of the Holy Spirit and reflect on how the Holy Spirit helps them to live their lives.
3.6 Being a Christian
About this topic
This topic is designed to develop the children’s knowledge and understanding of living as a Christian. They will learn about the how St. Peter became a follower of Jesus and how Paul became a Christian. The children will reflect on how they can use their gifts to live as a Christian.
This ‘Plants’ unit will teach your class about everything they need to know about plants. They will learn the names of different parts of
plants, and the jobs they do. The children will work scientifically and collaboratively to investigate what plants need to grow well, and will
present their findings to their classmates. Furthermore, they will have chance to predict what will happen in an exciting investigation into
the transportation of water within plants. They will work in a hands-on way to identify the parts of a flower, and will explore the different
stages of the life cycle of a flowering plant.
World War II
This unit of work will teach your class all about World War II. They will learn when and why World War II began and find out about the key individuals
and countries involved. In addition to this, they will discover what it was like for people on the home front and how they contributed to the war effort.
They will also learn all about the roles and responsibilities of the men and women who served in the British armed forces; explore the significance
of the Battle of Britain; participate in wartime songs, dances and games and develop a sense of awareness and appreciation when learning about
different commemorative events. Studying World War II will help children to develop their investigation and evaluation skills; learn to organise information
chronologically and understand how past events have helped to shape the world we know today. The unit pack contains six lesson plans with their own
lesson presentations and all necessary resources. There are also two home learning tasks, challenge cards and fact cards designed to support and
encourage independent learning.
Athletics (more infor to follow)
Love one another as I have loved you (John 13:34)