Welcome to LKS2

This term our topic is...

      Kidnap in the Caribbean!     

                                                                                                                                            

Our 'Kidnap in the Caribbean' topic is based around the Caribbean as a geographical location and focuses on our class novel; Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John. The rich and vibrant culture of the Caribbean will enable lower KS2 to explore many avenues in their learning and use it as a creative base for much of our reading, writing and topic work. From mapping and adventuring in Geography and exploring some classic music of the Islands to creating our very own Caribbean art, we aren't short of inspiration when investigating all things Caribbean. 

 

 

Curriculum

 To view a copy of Miss Daker's topic web for this term, CLICK HERE

To view a copy of Mr Pratt's topic web for this term, CLICK HERE

To view a copy of Miss Leask's topic web for this term, CLICK HERE

 

It summarises the learning that will take place in each subject , linked to the overall theme.

 

Expectations 

 

 

 All homework needs to be completed in pencil, to a high standard. Please aim for consistently neat work!

Homework will be given out on a Monday to be handed back in on a Friday. This may include a piece of Maths homework, English homework, Spelling and Grammar or Topic research. 

If homework is not handed in on time, your child will complete this at break time or lunch time. On other occasions, if work has not been completed during lesson time, your child will be responsible for completing this at home.

  

 

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 Please ensure that your child has a red top, black leggings or shorts and trainers.

 

Children who do not bring their PE kit will have to observe the lesson and record its content.

 

 

 

 

At Biddick Primary and Nursery School, we have made correct school uniform a priority this year. Please ensure that your child is wearing the correct uniform for school. Shirts and sweatshirts with the school logo are not essential, however it is vital that uniform follows the school colour scheme. We want all children to take pride in coming to school dressed appropriately. 

 

 

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