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Welcome to Nant Gwyddon

Spring Term 2019 

Theme - Electric Rainbow (first half term) 


This project has a science focus and teaches the children nabout light, colour and electricity. At the heart of the project children will learn how to write poetry on a theme and develop additional skills in note making and sentence writing in order to remember and describe first hand experiences. 

In the Innovate Stage children apply their skills and understanding by creating a range of light sources for the King of Sparkle. 

In this project the children will learn: 

How to create a simple circuit;
About the history of electricity;
Which light sources are appropriate for which purpose;
Why light is important to us and other cultures;
to present information using a variety of methods
How to use light and colour to create patterns, effects and express feelings;
How to write simple poems on a theme.

Language - Writing a letter, poetry, an invitation, a poster, a diary and revise key words.

Mathematics - Odd and eve numbers, measuring, times tables, adding and subtracting, doubling and halving, problem solving.

Our theme is Superheroes (theme after half term)

This project has an ICT focus and teaches children how to gather information from a range of sources and use a range of packages to draw, paint, animate and record sounds. At the heart of this project children will write narrative and fantasy stories using a comic and storyboard format and develop additional skills in the use of speech marks and captions.

In the Innovate Stage children apply their skills and understanding by creating their own superheroes to battle the villain .

In this project the children will learn:
To use ICT to find and present information including film and animation;
To understand the features used by authors and cartoonists in comics and film to describe superheroes;
To identify healthy eating habits;
To read comic strips and dialogue fluently;
To design a comic strip and use it to tell a story;
To use music movement and musical instruments to express the characteristics of fictional characters;
To identify acceptable behaviour and give reasons for your choices;
To identify real life ‘superheroes’ and describe their lives.