As part of our Polar Explorers topic we will be learning about Captain Robert Scott's expeditions to the South Pole.
|1868||Robert Falcon Scott is born in Devon.|
|1880||Scott joins the Navy.|
|1901-1904||Scott commands his first Antarctic expedition on the HMS Discovery.|
|1910||Scott embarks on his second Antarctic expedition to reach the South Pole|
|1912||Scott dies on his return from the South Pole after being beaten by Norwegian Roald Amundsen.|
In Geography we are learning about how the seasons impact our environment in the UK and we will be identifying seasonal weather patterns.
We will also be looking at the world map and identifying hotter and colder climates in relation to the equator.
|Equator||Imaginary line that runs around the mid-point of the map.|
|Poles||Northernmost and Southernmost points of the Earth.|
|Climate||Typical weather conditions in certain place.|
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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