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17:47 PM - 13 Jun 2024

Campfire, zip lines and Body surfing are amongst the activities currently being enjoyed by Year 6 on the Isle of Wight # Year6Residential pic.twitter.com/ayGeE6Hqw7— Thames Ditton Jrs () June 13, 2024

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13:40 PM - 12 Jun 2024

Goodbye mainland .. Year 6 are well on the way to the Isle of Wight! pic.twitter.com/rHsBw5N0ht— Thames Ditton Jrs () June 12, 2024

07:10 AM - 12 Jun 2024

Year 6 are off to the Isle of Wight today for their residential trip. Make the most of all the opportunities Year 6 and have a fabulous time.— Thames Ditton Jrs () June 12, 2024

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06:20 AM - 5 Jun 2024

pic.twitter.com/GV5Lo9DW8l— Thames Ditton Jrs () June 5, 2024

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22:18 PM - 22 May 2024

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07:46 AM - 17 May 2024

A snapshot of some of the activities from yesterday. Year 5 residential at Marchants Hill. Let’s hope the weather remains pleasant for their last day pic.twitter.com/JLakEZ3C2g— Thames Ditton Jrs () May 17, 2024

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06:30 AM - 16 May 2024

Year 5 are experiencing lovely weather and have so far enjoyed some archery, giant swings, muddy tunnels and jumping off the trapeze! Delicious curry or sausage rolls for dinner, then sports on the field. pic.twitter.com/K1qXAHutSs— Thames Ditton Jrs () May 16, 2024

12:27 PM - 15 May 2024

Happy to report that the Year 5 trip has safely arrived at Marchants Hill. The sun is shining and the children are eating their lunch on the field — Thames Ditton Jrs () May 15, 2024

07:51 AM - 9 May 2024

Year 3 are off to today. Looking forward to hearing about this trip- what a lovely day for it! 🌸🌺🌼🌹— Thames Ditton Jrs () May 9, 2024

06:42 AM - 22 Mar 2024

Quick reminder that it’s a Mufti Day today. Bring a chocolate Easter egg in exchange for wearing non-uniform 🐣🥚— Thames Ditton Jrs () March 22, 2024

Year 4

Autumn term

English

The Day the Crayons Quit - Oliver Jeffers

Into the Forest - Anthony Browne

Maths

White Rose maths overview

 

Science

Teeth & healthy eating

Electricity

Computing

e-safety

Introduction to programming

History

Roman Britain

Geography

World mountains

Art & DT

Van Gogh - 'Take a seat' oil painting

Music

'Mama Mia'

Percussion - xylophones

PE

Invasion games

Dance - Spy school

PSHE

Being me in my world

Celebrating difference

French

Days of the week, months of the year & numbers

RE

What does it mean to be a Sikh?

Humanism

 

Spring term

English

The Lost Thing - Shaun Tan

Beowulf - Michael Morpurgo

Maths

White Rose maths overview

 

Science

Habitats

Sound

Computing

e-safety

Photo & audio editing

Branching databases

History

Impact of the Roman Empire

Geography

Rainforests

Art & DT

Van Gogh

'Let's fly a kite!'

Music

Stop! Anti-bullying songs & raps

'Lean on Me' - Bill Withers

PE

Invasion games & sports

Balances, inverted movements & jumps using rotation

PSHE

Dreams & Goals

Healthy Me

French

Weather, the seasons & giving directions

RE

Why is prayer important to Christians & Lent.

Expressions of belief

 

Summer term

English

A Baker by the Sea - Paula White

Journey to Jo'Burg - Beverley Naidoo

The Present

Maths

White Rose maths 

Multiplication tables, decimals, money, time, shape & data. 

 

Science

Solids, liquids & gases

Electricity

 

Computing

e-safety

Data & information

Presentations

History

Ancient Mayans

Tudors

Geography

Our local area

Art & DT

Rousseau

Music

'Blackbird' - The Beatles

A song about human rights

Classical music, history & language of music

PE

Athletics - track & field

Dodgeball

PSHE

Relationships

Changing Me

French

Speaking in sentences, reading and writing responses to familiar words & phrases, 

RE

How do people express their beliefs through the arts?