Dear Parents, We would both like to offer you a very warm welcome to The Crescent Academy. This is a wonderful school and we are very proud to be Principals here. We have such polite and hardworking children and marvellous members of staff. We encourage all of our parents to become a part of our rich and welcoming family. Mr Alston and Mrs Williams
States of Matter
What is a solid, liquid and a gas?
What is the difference between them and how are they structured?
Can an object’s state of matter change?
What is evaporation and condensation?
How do they link to heating and cooling?
How are evaporation and condensation part of the water cycle?
Vikings and Warriors of the World
Where did the Vikings come from?
Why did they invade Britain?
How did the Vikings travel?
What different types of warrior were there?
How were they different from each other?
Which warrior would you like to be and why?
What materials should I use when designing the armour of a Samurai warrior?
What criteria can I use to help design and make a shield fit for a Spartan?
PE & Healthy Living -
How can we move around a space with fluency and control?
What different types of balances are there and how can we perform them with control?
How can we roll safely and effectively?
In what ways can we jump smoothly and fluently?
How can we move and land safely, to and from, a variety of gym equipment?
How do the skill we have previously learnt fit together to build a strong routine?
What is the importance of family?
What makes a safe and secure environment?
What do we do to get on?
How can we identify anger?
What can we do to resolve anger?
What tools can I use to create a program?
How can I detect an error in a program and debug it?
What is meant by an efficient procedure?
How does an algorithm help me to sequence more complex programs?
How can I protect myself and friends from harm online?
How can you create and modify a document?
Did the Vikings sing?
What is an ostinato?
Can we use descriptive voices?
What is a coda?
What does a pause sign look like?
Numbers to 20 and school objects
Can we count to 20 in French?
When we count up to 20 objects, can we write the number (word) underneath?
Can we sing a numbers song in French?
Can we complete a number sequence up to 20 in French?
If we are given some adding and subtracting problems, can we give the answer in French (numbers up to 20)?
Can we describe the objects that we would find in a pencil case?
Can we match various words to the correct classroom object?
Can we recognise which classroom object is missing, when playing a game in French?