Green Room – Year 3 / 4

Volcano Eruption Homework – At home, some of us chose to make our own volcanoes to erupt! We used bicarbonate of soda, washing up liquid and vinegar and talked about how this was a chemical reaction. We really enjoyed watching everyone’s volcanoes erupt!

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Volcano Debate – To finish our topic on volcanoes, we had a class debate. We got into role as either housing developers, scientists and locals and debated the merits and possible issues with building a new housing development near the base of a volcano. At the end we even took a class vote – ayes to the left and nays to the right! We really got into it!

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Scratch Topic – We had great fun this term programming on Scratch. We learnt about Sprites, movements, backgrounds and sounds! It was so much fun and we can’t wait to do some more coding soon!

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Cave Paintings – We have been experimenting with different natural resources getting ready to make our cave paintings!

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September 2022 – Meet the Teacher Slides – Meet the Teacher Meeting 2022 Green Class

Green Class 2022-2023

Flint! – We have been learning all about what Stone Age people used to make tools and weapons. The children have been doing lots of their own flint finding out of school! Here’s what we have found:

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Archive – Green Class 2021-2022

British Museum – We had a virtual visit to the British Museum to have a look at some awesome Egyptian artifacts!!

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KODU – We had a great time becoming computer game creators programming an ice racing game on KODU!

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Torches! – We put our learning from our electricity topic into practice by making some super cool torches!

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Experimenting with electricity! 

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Cathedral Visit – We learn all about creation on our visit to the beautiful Norwich Cathedral!


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Year A – All Through History

This year, children are taught all about the history of Early Britain; from our great ancestors who lived in caves 10,000 years ago up to the Viking invasion from the North! We look at how each of these people groups lived and especially focus on the impact the invaders from Italy and Scandinavia had on the country. Much of the year is history based learning and the children have a chance to develop their skills as historians, using and evaluating sources to help them build a picture of the past. Although history is our focus, we base all our foundation learning around our history topic and our Literacy learning is linked to our topics as well.

Autumn Term

Stone Age

Bronze Age

Iron Age/Celts

Spring Term

Roman Invasion of Britain

Summer Term


Year B – Around the World

Over this year, children have the chance to explore different continents, countries and cultures around the world through all aspects of their learning and consider how these may be different to our own. We kick off the year by learning all about key features of the world; hemispheres, the equator, time zones, longitude and latitude and the continents the world is made up of. Then we zoom in on four of the world’s continents; South America, Europe, Antarctica and Africa, and explore them through our foundation subject learning. Our writing is always used to demonstrate the knowledge we have learned from our topic lessons.

Autumn Term

South America/Brazil


Spring Term


Summer Term

Africa – Egypt/Ancient Egypt


Reading and Phonics

Throughout the school we have a comprehensive school system to teach reading and phonics.

The extensive range of guided reading books are book banded, these include quality picture and chapter books as well as a range of schemes. At the beginning of each year the teachers have reading meetings that all parents are invited to attend.

If knowledge of phonics and words still need developing into Key Stage 2, we have a learning support assistant who specifically targets children weekly to support them. This is the same system throughout the school and is also linked to the teaching of handwriting.


The curriculum for this class is taught over a two year cycle, with topics which develop learners opportunities to ask and formulate questions, debate and have fabulous experiences!