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Term 4 - Awesome Anglo-Saxons

Ssh… What’s that noise? Is it a bash, a crash, a shake or a hum? Sound is all around us – where did it come from? How is it made? Can it be changed?

Starting a with a trip to a local recording studio, children will gain an insight into the importance of sound and how it enhances our lives. Children will explore the importance of fair testing and gain experience in the use of data loggers to measure sound. They will set up simple practical enquires enabling them to make systematic and careful observations. Children will listen to a daily song that will widen their musical experiences enabling them to appreciate music from different decades.

All of this will enable the children to understand how music has the power to change our emotion, make us think and inspire us to dance. Who will win the battle of the bands?

Term 4 - Awesome Anglo-Saxons 


Arthur and the Golden Rope – Graphic Novel – Narrative and Non-Chronological report




Anglo-Saxon Britain


Food skills 


Observational drawings of instruments

Create album covers

Graphic Designers videos showing album design process


Create a band – choreograph and direct a song. Culminate unit in a Battle of the Bands competition to give performance opportunity in front of audience


Write own verse/lyrics to ‘Silent Night’ Ukuleles

Chords C, F and G Own group composition RE link John 1Own verse lyrics to ‘Silent Night’ Singing and playing ‘Silent Night’ on the Ukulele using chords C, F and G.

Turntables - Prokofiev


Salvation - Why do Christians call the day Jesus dies good Friday?