In the first half of Autumn we’ ve been thinking about
What do we know about our own culture?
While we’ ve been learning across the curriculum, we’re reflecting on this question.
What do you know? What would you like to know? What do you think about it? Who shapes what you think?
We’re considering What does international mean? .
What does it mean to you? How does your learning develop your awareness of a variety of perspectives?
This half-term we consider our learning in relation to
What does it mean to be different?
I wonder how many contrasts and comparisons you have noticed in your learning. Has this made you think differently?
Our learning is focused on
How can we become independent by working with others?
How does collaboration…discussion…sharing ideas help us?
What have you noticed this half term?
What have you developed in terms of your independence this term?
What do we share with people from different times and places and what can they teach us?
We are looking at the relevance of our lives in our wider historical perspectives.
What do we share over time? How has this impacted on us? What has changed and why?
How do ideas travel through time?
Our half termly question will help us reflect on our learning, but will also support our transition planning, getting us ready for our next steps in learning.
How have your ideas changed this year?
What has changed in the world? In our school?