At Mitchell Brook, we love to learn; both adults and students. We make our learning as exciting, relevant and engaging as possible!
Trips and Learning Experiences
Wherever possible, every class should have the opportunity to go on an educational experience or attend an in-school workshop every term. These give the children an opportunity for ‘hands-on’ learning and can take place at any point throughout the half term.
Parents and carers have the opportunity to attend these trips - details are sent out in advance in letter format.
How can families and friends get involved?
The students’ learning will be displayed and shared in a ‘Celebration of Learning’, which takes place at the end of the half term. These can be as an individual class, as a year group or even as a whole school. This is an opportunity for the students to share their learning both verbally and by showing off their art work, design creations and written pieces.
An overview is sent home at the beginning of every half term outlining the learning that will take place and informing parents and carers about suggested home learning opportunities and any planned trips and experiences.
|Autumn 1||Autumn 2||Spring 1||Spring 2||Summer 1||Summer 2|
|EYFS||History Focus||History Focus||Under the Sea||History Focus||History Focus||Growth|
|Year 1||History Focus||Me in My World - Harlesden||China||History Focus||History Focus||Wild Weather|
|Year 2||History Focus||Me in My World - London||St. Lucia||History Focus||Oceans & Coastal study||History Focus|
|Year 3||Rivers||Mountains||Settlements & Cities||Agriculture & Farming||Volcanoes||Climate & Biomes|
|Year 4||The Rhine and the Mediterranean||Population||Coastal Processes and Landforms||Tourism||Earthquakes||Deserts|
|Year 5||The Rhine and the Mediterranean||Population||Coastal Processes and Landforms||Tourism||Earthquakes||Deserts|
|Pre-Secondary||The Rhine and the Mediterranean||Population||Coastal Processes and Landforms||Tourism||Earthquakes||Deserts|