Teacher- Mrs H. Isaac
Teaching Assistant - Mrs H. Yates
Teaching Assistant - Miss E. Dalton
Welcome to Class 1I
At the beginning of this term we will be going on our school trip to Far Ings Nature reserve in Barton upon Humber. We will be basing a lot of our work this term on the activities the children will be carrying out on the trip e.g: pond life, minibeast hunt and wildlife conservation.
In Literacy this term, we will be enjoying the book ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar' by Eric Carl and 'Super worm' by Julia Donaldson. We will also be enjoying lots of non-fiction books relating to minibeasts/life cycles and pond life. We will be going into more detail with punctuation eg: question marks, speech marks and exclamation marks. We will also be including adjectives and nouns to our writing and encouraging the children to read for enjoyment.
We will be continuing with Read, Write, Inc sessions assisting the children with their phonic knowledge and preparing them for their Phonics screening test in June.
In numeracy, we will be concentrating on knowing and using numbers to 100. We will be using Numicon to assist this in games and activities. We will be especially looking at 2,5 and 10 times tables and missing number sentences. We will also be learning about measuring and exploring money related problems.
In RE we will be starting our new topic on Holidays and Holydays and reflecting on the importance of Pentecost and the Easter story.
In Design Technology we will be mastering practical skills using different tools to cut materials safely and exploring and evaluating designs.
In History we will be investigating the past. We will be looking at famous heroes, especially Florence Nightingale.
In geography we will be communicating geographically. We will be encouraging the children to use basic geographical vocab to refer to physical features and key human features.
In our music lessons we will be creating a sequence of long and short sounds. With the music support teacher Mrs. Brierly.
In indoor P.E we will be focussing on movement, gym and balance. We will be encouraging the children to copy and remember moves and positions with careful control and co-ordination.
Outdoor PE-weather permitting we will be helping the children to be more involved in developing their ability to control, strike and throw. We will also developing practical skills in order to participate, compete and lead a healthy lifestyle.
- Please encourage your child to read their reading book at home and share story books with them too.
- Mathletics is a great way to keep them developing their mathematical skills.
- Your child will be receiving spellings as from this Friday, please can you help them to practise these at home for their spelling tests which will take place on a Thursday each week