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 Staff 

Our teacher is Mrs Chapman and our teaching assistant is Mrs Whalley.  Mrs Cooper also supports in class when Mrs Whalley covers. 

Miss Whitehouse is our midday. 

 

Start and finish times

 Start – 8:45    We do quick maths every morning at 8.45 so please be on time.  Please try and order your child's lunch at home.  Phonics groups start at 9am. 

Finish – 3:15

 

Reading and home learning expectations

 

Children will have a reading book which is closely linked to their phonics group.  Please read with your child as often as possible at home and sign their diary x3 week.  The children earn stickers and awards for reading at home.  Children will read with an adult in school as often as possible, for some children this may be every day.  Each child has a set day to read and change their book but they should bring it in every day!! 
 

Your child’s progress in reading will be helped hugely by reading at home.  This will form part of their homework, reading at least 5 minutes each night with an adult is the goal!

 

Children can change their library books every Thursday in school.  Please remind them to have it in their bags on Thursday. 

 

PE kits

 

PE is on a  Tuesday and Wednesday. 

Children need to wear a white t.shirt, black shorts and pumps/trainers. 

Please make sure they have their kit.  It is easier just to leave it iN school in a drawstring bag, on their peg.  They can take it home each half term to be washed. 

 

PLEASE LABEL ALL ITEMS OF PE KIT AND UNIFORM! 

 

 

 Our Curriculum 

The World

 

Spring 2

In English we are learning how to write instructions and then learning how to write letters. 

In Maths we are learning how to measure length and height. This involves solving problems. Then we move onto measuring mass, capacity and temperature. 

In Science we are learning about 'Living things and their habitats.'

In History we are learning about Explorers- with a focus on those that discovered the South Pole. 

In Geography we are learning about cold and hot places in the world. 

In Art we are learning about painting and mixed media. 

In PSHE we are learning about our strengths, being kind, friendships and jobs. 

In RE we are learning about; Who is Jewish and what do they believe? 

In PE we have two sessions a week.  Tuesday- Dance Wednesday- Target Games 

In Music we are learning the song The Music Man.  

In Computing we are learning all about algorithms and how to program a robot. 

 

 Snack information

 

Please ensure you bring a water bottle to school every day filled only with water. There will be fruit available for snack at break time. Please only bring healthy snacks. 

 

Communication

We communicate through Class Dojo, if you need me do not hesitate to drop me a message.

You can upload pictures to your child's portfolio. I may create a folder for a specific task. 

 

Homework

Please bring your reading books to school every day. Homework will be given out on a Friday and should be returned to school by Wednesday.  Homework will always be:

reading 

spellings  (spellings are tested on a Friday)

maths (linked to this weeks learning in class)

topic 

I will often share good examples of homework in the weekly update. 

 

Links to Support Learning

Maths

www.topmarks.co.uk- loads of good games,  We use hit the button a lot in class. 

www.ictgames.com-  lots of games to explore and resources.  This is probably best on a laptop, I haven't tried it on a phone. 

Times Tables Rock Stars – Times Tables Rock Stars (ttrockstars.com)  I will give log in details out for this by the end of Sept. 

White Rose app (this is really good!) 

 

Literacy

We don't use as many apps/games for English in class.  There are games on topmarks and ict games like for maths. 

Science

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/science  You can select the current topic for Science, watch a video and complete a quiz. 

 

Computing

 www.purplemash.com 

I often keep tasks open so that the children can access them at home too. 

 

 

Thank you for you continued support

 

Mrs Chapman