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Welcome to Sycamore, Silver Birch and Oak classes ...


Much of our key information can be found in the  'Meet the KS1 Teaching Team' presentation which includes staff, topics for the year, maths, reading, writing, spelling, homework, PE and contact information.

Meet the teachers - presentation

Spring Term Topic - Coastline

Christmas Homework

Our Spring Term Topic - Coastline

Coastline - Spring

In the Coastline project, your child will use maps to learn about the location of the world’s seas and oceans and keys to learn about map symbols. They will also find out about the directions on a compass. They will learn about the human and physical features of a coastline, including the effects of erosion and how to stay safe when visiting the coast. They will have the opportunity to learn about the work of the RNLI, what happened to the SS Rohilla and about the coastal town of Whitby, including how Captain Cook is linked to the town. They will research the tourism industry and consider what features make a place a successful tourist destination.


Suggested text

Katie Morag and the New Pier - Mairi Hedderwick

Memorable experienceCoastal visit
Innovate challengeMy coastal town
GeographyMaps, globes and atlases; World seas and oceans; Human and physical features; Locational language; Compass directions; Physical processes – erosion; Changes over time; Tourism
EnglishDescriptions; Adventure narratives; Non-chronological reports; Persuasive writing
A&DMaterials and techniques
HistoryJobs in the past; Significant people – Captain Cook
MusicSea shanties
PSHESpecial people; Staying safe; Strengths and goals
Science investigationsHow many arms does an octopus have? Why do boats float? Will it degrade?

Companion Projects

External Links

Here is a list of recommended links that can be used by your children every day:



Additional information on the teaching of Mathematics and how to support your child at home can be found:

Here are some highlights from last year...