As geographers, we will learn where our food comes from and how far it travels to be in our supermarkets. We will investigate importing and exporting and the impact this has on local people. We will research Fair Trade and its benefits. We will improve our mapping skills through researching food journeys. As writers, we will be analysing the features of non-chronological reports and writing our own. We will be comparing informal and formal letter styles and writing our own persuasive letters. Most of our writing will be linked to our geography topic this term. As philosophers, we will research the ethical nature of Fair Trade and the benefits it brings to people. We will also be investigating and learning about the Easter story and its relevance to the Christian faith. To Shop or not to shop? the need for light to see things. We will investigate ways in which light is reflected from different surfaces including mirrors. We will understand that the light from the sun can be dangerous and is a powerful light source and can create shadows. As mathematicians, we will be using our maths skills and knowledge to create graphs demonstrating different food journeys. We will be calculating distances and costs and solving real life problems concerning local and distant food. As Artists we will be researching famous collage artists. We will be having a go at different collage techniques and creating our own class collage on ‘Food around the world’ using a wide range of materials. As scientists, we will investigate As musicians, we will be participating As linguists, we will continue with our Mandarin lessons. We will be learning Calendar and other time related language in our French lessons. in Young Voices concert at Sheffield. As part of the BBC 10 Pieces initiative we will be inspired by Grieg’s ‘In the Hall of the Mountain King’ to analyse and listen to this music and compose and perform our own compositions.