Welcome back after the Easter holiday. Please remember to have a full PE kit in school every week.
Welcome to Class 3
(Year 1 and Year 2)
Miss Errington and Mrs Patterson
Home and Away
This term's theme is 'Home and Away'.
Literacy and Phonics
The children will all access a daily RWI phonics/spelling and guided reading session. This half term we will be concentrating on making our writing interesting by using powerful verbs and adjectives. The children are going to write a new story based on the structure of ‘Oliver’s Vegetables’. They will also write a diary entry about their trip to Lyme Park.
We will also continue to develop comprehension, spelling and handwriting skills.
The children will be using maps to name and locate the continents and oceans of the world. They will be looking at where we live as well as countries around the world.
The children will be studying aboriginal art and creating their own aboriginal animal picture.
In Science the children will explore the school field and carry out surveys to find, identify and name the various plants which grow there. They will also look closely at the different plants and birds, to compare, sort and classify them into groups by observed criteria.
Our PE lessons will focus on a games unit. This will include the use and development of throwing and catching skills. The children will be working in teams, promoting the importance of working co-operatively.
This half term the children will be listening to and appraising Reggae and Rock music. They will then learn ‘The Friendship Song’ and ‘Happy’ by Pharrell Williams.
Our computing unit this term is called ‘We are Astronauts’. We will learn to create algorithms using “Scratch”.
In our R.E unit “How should we care for others and the world and why does it matter?” the children will recognise that some people believe God created the world and so we should look after it.
Our PSHE unit is all about how to keep fit and healthy. The children will be learning about how different active playground games make them feel.
In Maths lessons this term, we will be focusing on finding fractions of shapes and numbers.
This website has many games to support learning at home -
Throughout the year the children will be practising to count accurately up to 100, being fluent with number bonds to 10 and 20 and their number formation. It will be very much appreciated, if at home practice takes place to ensure numbers are formed correctly.
Remember to login to MangaHigh to continue to improve your maths skills. If you can't remember your log in please ask your teacher.
For more information on our handwriting scheme please click the handwriting website link below:
PE lessons take place on - Tuesday
Homework will continue to be sent home on a Wednesday and collected back in on a Monday.
Children who do not complete their homework or hand it in on time will be asked to attend homework club which is available on Thursday lunchtimes.
Reading: Please read for 5-10 minutes each night with your child &
record any comments in the reading record book.
Books will be changed on a regular basis, as your child completes the text at home.
Class 3 have access to the Library on - Monday
A reminder that a voluntary contribution of £1.00 per week, for school fund would be really appreciated. (£5 this half term) This can be paid via parent pay.
If you have any questions please feel free to ask.