In science we will be finding out:
- The importance of collecting scientific evidence.
- Some of the effects of what they learn about water on people’s lives.
- The processes and conditions that have an effect on living things.
- Know that temperature is a measure of heat.
- Know about the changes that occur when materials are mixed.
- Know that some substances dissolve in water and others do not.
- How to distinguish between solids, liquids and gases.
- How to separate insoluble solids from liquids by filtering.
In Geography we will be finding out:
- How particular localities have been affected by human activities.
- How particular localities have been affected by natural features and processes.
- How to use geographical terms.
- How to describe the main geographical features of the area immediately surrounding the school.
- How to make simple maps and plans of familiar locations.
- How to use maps at a variety of scales to locate the position and geographical features of particular localities.
- Be able to use secondary sources to obtain geographical information.
- Be able to express views on the features of an environment and the way it is being harmed or improved.
- Be able to communicate their geographical knowledge and understanding to ask and answer questions about geographical and environmental features.
- Understand how places fit into a wider geographical context.
- Understand that the quality of the environment can be sustained and improved.
How much water do you need to make everyday objects we take for granted?
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