Class M

Welcome to Class M

We are children in Year 1 and Year 2. Our teacher is Miss Johnson and our teaching assistant is Mrs Hughes.

 

This Term's Learning

Our exiting topic for Autumn term is ‘Bright Lights, Big City’. As part of our learning for this topic we shall be: studying maps of the United Kingdom, designing and building models of famous London landmarks and discovering what happened during ‘The Great Fire of London’,

In English we shall be sequencing stories, writing information leaflets, along with exploring how to write clear instructions and emails.

In Maths we shall be creating a timeline that shows the chronology of events associated with ‘The Great Fire of London’, ensuring to use accurate mathematical vocabulary.

Are you ready for the bright lights of the big city? Hop in a black cab and enjoy the ride!

 

Maths: place value, addition and subtraction and shape.

English: Sequencing stories, character descriptions, fact files and postcards.

SPaG:  Writing sentences that have full stops, capital letters and that make sense. Using capitals for names, places, days of the week and months of the year. Writing compound sentences.

Art: linked to topic, including; painting, collage, clay, junk model making

DT: Making moving models of London Landmarks.

Music: linked to topic

RE:  Creation

Science: Materials (Term 1) / Seasonal changes (Term 2)

PE: Games / Gymnastics 

ICT: E-Safety 

Topic: All about London, including The Great Fire of London

 

 

Reading

Phonics information for parents

phonics parents hand out Sep 15.docx

 

PE

Children that wear earrings should be able to remove these themselves, or not wear these on PE days. (It is advisable to have ears pierced at the beginning of the summer holiday).

We do PE twice a week, usually on Wednsdays and Fridays. However, please ensure PE kits are kept in school all week to give us flexibility when timetable changes are needed.

Homework

  • Spellings will come home on a Monday to practise and be tested at school on the following Monday.
  • Maths homework will also be set on a Monday which will be due in on the following Monday. This homework will then be marked and discussed with children during one of their maths sessions where misconceptions will be addressed.
  • Reading books will be in your child’s book bag every day and we encourage them to read daily. Please ensure their book comes with them every day as they will read to an adult during the week. 

 



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