- Create a formal letter, in character as a Roman Soldier
- Use a mixture of pronouns and nouns to aid continuity and avoid repetition
- To use formal and informal language appropriately
- To use was and were verb inflections correctly.
As Mathematicians we will be:
As Readers we will be:
- Exploring a range of texts link to the Romans
- Developing our ability to ask appropriate questions about a text to improve our understanding
- Participating in discussions about the text
- Listening to others viewpoints and building on these
- Continuing to build on skills to use a dictionary to check word meanings
- Summarising the main points from the text
As Scientists we will be:
Learn that a force is a push or a pull.
Compare how things move on a different surfaces.
Identify magnetic materials.
Describe magnets as having two poles.
Predict whether magnets will attract or repel.
Plan a test to compare the strength of different magnets.
Make and use a working compass
As Historians we will:
- Explore Roman life in Rome in 27BC
- Understand the chronology of the Roman invasion of Britain
- Know who Julius Caesar and explore his attempted invasion
- Research the power of the Roman army
- Explore the successful invasion and conquest of Britain.
- Understand the British resistance and Boudicca’s rebellion.
- Explore primary and secondary sources and the reasons why Hadrian’s Wall was built.
- Understand the impact of the Roman Empire on Britain’s technology, culture and beliefs.
As Spanish speakers we will be able to:
- Order drinks in a cafe
- Read and Write drinks in Spanish
- Order food for breakfast in Spanish
- Read and write food on a menu
As Design Technicians we will be
As Artists, we will:
Learn about the artist Sonia King and explore her artwork.
Investigate Roman mosaics and compare to Sonia King's work.
Collect ideas for our artwork from around school using iPads.
Create a mood board that represents our class and school.
Plan a mosaic design.
Create a mosaic design using tiles and adhesive.
As Musicians we will be: