Are the Pyramids one of the wonders of the world?
Art and design – Egyptian Hieroglyphs, papyrus etc [6th July – Children’s art day]
Science – KS2/KS3 – Materials
Citizenship – KS3 – the operation of Parliment, including voting and elections, also the role of political parties
Geography – Human geography – Egypt past and present. How has the culture changed? Resources, trade links etc.
Computing – KS2 – design, write and debug programs that accomplish specific goals, including controlling or simulating physical systems: solve problems by decomposing them into smaller parts.
KS3 – design, use and evaluate computational abstractions that model the state and behavior of real-world problems and physical systems.
Literacy – Non fiction – Instructions – Journalistic writing
DT – Making large structures – shapes for stability. Prep for the big lunch or National Picnic week (12th or 18th June) or the great REAL bake off.
RE – Muslim festival of Ramadan
PE – Swimming and individual sports
Music – Did the Ancient Egyptians have musical instruments?
Numeracy – Number at own level, 2d and 3d shapes, time
History – KS2 – the achievements of the earliest civilizations, an overview of where and when the first civilizations appeared and an in depth study of Ancient Egypt
KS3 – Did any of the Egyptian technology influence the UK?
PSHCE – Core theme 1 – Health and well being.
1-7th June Volunteers week.
18-24th June Recycle awareness week.
20-26th June Refugee awareness week.