Summer 1 and 2's focus is Geography - go to that page to find out more.
Museums and websites
Are you interested in learning more about Anne Frank? There are many tours and video diaries to watch here: https://www.annefrank.org/en/museum/web-and-digital
Take a virtual tour of the British Museum in London. Can you find any artefacts that link to any of the topics you've studied? https://artsandculture.google.com/streetview/british-museum/AwEp68JO4NECkQ?sv_lng=-0.1266024509257022&sv_lat=51.51905368906714&sv_h=286&sv_p=0&sv_pid=JeKwUFYAMWXNWPh3IOg3jw&sv_z=1
This website has lots of videos that you could watch. (Some are free, but some you will need to sign up for - make sure you ask your parents first).
Friday 8th May is the 75th anniversary of the VE Day celebrations. Remind yourself of the events that happened on that day with some of these activities here.
Watch this video to get you started: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/history-ks2-ve-day/z7xtmfr
Also, have a look at this document. It includes a recap of VE Day and lots of activities that you can have a go at.
You may have read some of Tom Palmer's books! His most recent one is this one about the children who were in concentration camps during WW2 and then were brought to safety to the Lake District in England.
Have a look at his website as it shows all of the research that he did to be able to write this book: https://tompalmer.co.uk/after-the-war/
There are some activities that link to this book too. Have a look below:
In History, we have been learning about the Industrial Revolution. We found out about its effects on the population: many people moved away from the countryside into the cities, and the population grew. We found out about the cities: they were over-crowded, polluted and there were many slums.
In our next lesson, we found out about the jobs people did. Many of us were surprised that children had to work and that people weren't supported if they were injured! But we started to see good things happening: different laws were passed that meant children had to attend schools in the factories.
For extra information about the Industrial Revolution, look here: