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Our topic for Summer 2 will be 'London's Burning'. 


In History - We will be learning about the Great Fire of London 

Lesson 1: To know what London houses and streets were like in 1666

Lesson 2: To know why it is referred to as the 'great' fire of London

Lesson 3: To know where, when and why the Great Fire of London started
Lesson 4: To know the methods used to put the fire out 

Lesson 5: To give a simple reason why the event happened

Lesson 6: To know that Samuel Pepys wrote a diary which is how we know so much about the fire

Lesson 7: To know how London was re-built to prevent such an event happening again

Lesson 8: To understand and use common words related to the passing of time: 'then and now’, old, new 'the olden days', 'a long time ago’ (chronology)

Lesson 9: To know there was a Great Fire of Wetherby in 1723 that started in a chandler's shop.


In Art - we will:

  • use drawing, painting and sculpture to develop and share ideas, experiences and imagination
  • develop a wide range of art and design techniques in using colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space
  • Explore mark making to start to build mark-making vocabulary 
  • Become familiar with 2 or more drawing exercises repeated over time to build skill
  • Begin to explore a variety of drawing materials including pencil, graphite, pen, chalk, soft pastel, wax and charcoal


In Geography, we will be:
  • Having an in-depth study of Leeds. 
  • To use basic geographical vocabulary to refer to:

    Key physical features, including: forest, hill, river, soil, valley, vegetation, season and weather.

    Key human features, including: city, town, village, factory, farm, house, office and shop