Summer Term 1 and 2
Welcome back to the new term. Over the next 2 terms, we will be exploring the question ‘Where do the wheels on the bus go? We will be exploring and understanding geographical similarities & differences between a small area of the UK and a small area in a contrasting non-European country. Here are some key UK facts to drive away into the term!
1. It is a unique country made up of four nations: England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. England, Wales, and Scotland also make up Great Britain. Much of the north and west of the U.K. is covered in high ground, knife-edged mountain ridges separated by deep valleys.
2. The current population of the UK is 65.6 million people
3. The British drink over 163 million cups of tea Nowhere in the UK is more than 70 miles (113km) from the sea! daily
4. It is considered an act of treason to put a postage stamp with the queen's head upside down on an envelope! The British eat over 11.5 billion (1,500,000,000) sandwiches every year!!
5. Nowhere in the UK is more than 70 miles (113km) from the sea!
PE kits need to be brought in on Mondays and kept on pegs until Friday : )
Counting, ordering, writing and matching numbers