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Autumn 2

Predator

Develop children’s knowledge of predatory animals, plants, food chains, habitats and learn the key parts and functions of animals and plants.

Linked science investigations: How do fossils form? What are our joints for? Why are trees tall? What do owls eat? How do worms move?

Linked text: The Sheep-Pig – Dick King-Smith

  • English
  • Science
  • Computing
  • PE
  • A&D
  • Geography
Memorable experience

Animal experience

Innovate challenge

The ultimate predator

English

Recounts; Leaflets; Poetry; Dilemma stories; Speeches

Science

Food chains; Fossils; Plant parts and functions; Water transportation in plants; Skeletal systems; Working scientifically

A&D

3-D models

Computing

Algorithms; Flow diagrams; Online research; Using logical reasoning; Graphics software; Presentations

D&T

Selecting and using materials

Geography

Fieldwork; Using maps

PE

Comparing performances; Competitive games

Science investigations

How do fossils form? What are our joints for? Why are trees tall? What do owls eat? How do worms move?

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