Welcome to Lime Class
Our class teachers for this academic year are:
Mr Bennett & Mrs Barker
Our teaching assistants are: Mrs Yaw, Mrs Dodman and Mrs Russell.
In Lime Class, we cover many exciting topics to enhance children’s knowledge and understanding in-line with The National Curriculum. British Values also underpin our curriculum.
Our key topic areas this year are:
Why were the Romans so powerful and what did we learn from them?
Iliona: The Diary of a Roman Slave by Richard Platt
The Orchard Book of Roman Myths
This is a History based topic. We will be learning about the Roman empire and its impact on Britain.
Click here for The Romans Knowledge Organiser
Why are some mountains more active than others?
The Abominables – Eva Ibbotson
Escape from Pompeii – Christina Ballit (Y4)
This is a Geography based topic. During this topic the children will be learning about human and physical geography, they will be gaining valuable fieldwork skills and finding out where the world’s mountainous areas are. We will also be learning about volcanoes.
Click here for the Mountains Knowledge Organiser
Who were the early lawmakers?
Robin Hood – Children’s Edition
Outlaw: a true story of Robin Hood – Michael Morpurgo
This is a History based topic. This topic is a study of an aspect or theme in British history beyond 1066, we will be focusing on crime and punishment. In particular, we will be learning about the Magna Carta and its role in early law making.
Click here for the Magna Carta Knowledge Organiser
Is the dark anything to be really afraid of?
Orion and The Dark – Emma Yarlett
The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark – Jill Tomlinson
The Dark – Lemony Snicket
This is a Science and Art based topic where the children will use the Text ‘The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark’. They will learn all about light and dark.
Click here for the Light and Electricity Knowledge Organiser
Who were the founding fathers of our school and how is their vision still alive today?
A Child’s Garden of Hope – Michael Forman
The Tin Forest – Helen Ward
This is a History based topic. During this topic we will be carrying out a study of our local history. We will be finding out about the history of our school and learning all about the founding fathers.
Click here for the Founding Fathers Knowledge Organiser
Would I Like to Live in Hamelin Town?
The Pied Piper of Hamelin – Michael Morurgo & Emma Chichester Clark
The Pied Piper of Hamelin – poem by Robert Browning
This is a Geography based topic. The children will be learning to name and locate counties and cities in UK, we will then be learning to find similarities and differences between our country and Europe. We will also be developing our fieldwork skills and planning a German experience!
Click here for the Hamelin Knowledge Organiser
More detail about our curriculum can be found class half termly newsletter or under the Key Information section of school website under ‘Our Curriculum’.
In the event of school or bubble closures, remote learning information will appear here and in the remote learning feed to the right:
Lime Class will have their PE lessons on Monday . It is essential that children have the correct PE kit in school.
- Black shorts
- Red polo shirt
- Black pumps
- Black shorts or dark tracksuit bottoms (winter)
- Red polo shirt
- Trainers (not fashionable)
- Sweater (winter)
Our Learning Line
The Learning Line helps us the children to evaluate their own progress in lessons. Our line shows the journey of Orion and the Dark, the children helped to design our learning line and use it in all areas of the curriculum. It follows the process of: Plan, Understand, Passion, Act, Evaluate, Embed.
Our Golden Promises
Homework will be handed out on a Friday and must be returned to school the following Wednesday. Homework will include: English, Maths, Spelling, Times Tables and a piece of ‘Talk’ homework which will link to our worship theme.
Your child will also have a reading book which needs to be returned each Wednesday.
If you would like any more information about our class, please do not hesitate to contact us via the school office.
Mr Bennett, Miss Cartwright and Miss Gough