This term in Year 4 we’re taking a trip to a cultural and fun-filled country, as we explore life now and during the Romans in our wonderful new topic, “Italy,” which will be taught through a Creative Curriculum. We began with our Launch Day on Tuesday 9th January, when we learned lots about what life is like in Italy, including their culture, food and famous landmarks. We also pretended to be soldiers in a Roman army, marching towards our enemy and invading villages. Our day was also filled with craft activities, making gondolas and the Leaning Tower of Pisa. We also tasted some interesting and delicious Italian food.
Here is a taster of just some of the things Year 4 will be learning and exploring…
Reading / comprehension
Solving problems with:
Comparing similarities and differences between the UK and Italy on a map, through geographical features and daily life.
Exploring famous volcanoes and earthquakes to discover how they work.
Learning key information about famous landmarks and building our own.
Exploring Italian art styles and artists.
Designing and making our own Italian food.
Roman timelines and exploring key events.
Learning about invasion and the impact this had on history.
Designing and making our own Roman jewellery and shields.
In RE –
E Jesus: Light of the World and Beloved Son
F Old Testament- Moses- King David
G Lent- Living as followers of Jesus today
H Holy Week