Welcome to Spring 1
Welcome back after Christmas! I hope you have had a lovely break and have had a well deserved break. Here is what we will be learning about this half term:
This half term in English, our focus text will be The Iron Man by Ted Hughes.
The Iron Man by Ted Hughes is the story of a giant mDan made of iron, who wakes up in pieces on a beach, assembles himself, and sets about wandering the English countryside. He meets humans, who initially fear him, though soon accept him. When Earth is threatened by a gigantic monster from space, the Iron Man takes it upon himself to save mankind and bring peace to the world.
The outcome of the unit will be creating a narrative.
We will cover these reading objectives:
We will cover these writing objectives:
We will be following the White Rose scheme for mathematics, where children will be offered the chance to challenge themselves with fluency, problem solving and reasoning questions.
The units in focus this half term will be addition and subtraction, with the following objectives to be covered:
We will also be looking at multiplication and division, with the following objectives:
The children have guided reading sessions everyday, on a carousel basis. Each group has a book suited to their reading level, and will complete: a guided read, a pre-read, vocabulary work, LAPs questions and a comprehension.
This half term we are learning about magnets and forces. We will be:
Art will be taught on a Thursday by Mrs Sargent. The key skill in focus this half term is painting.
Galatians 3:27 "You were baptised into union with Christ, and now you are clothed, so to speak, with the life of Christ himself."
We will know and understand:
ICT and French
Mrs Bragg will be teaching ICT and French on a Friday.
Some things to note -
Mrs Sargent teaches the class on a Thursday morning until 10.30 for my PPA (Planning, preparation and assessment) time, and Mrs Bragg teaches the class all day on Fridays.
PE is on a Monday, so please come in full kit.
Toast money is to be sent on a Monday via Parentpay for the week.
Please make sure your child has a water bottle every day and takes it home every day!
Handwashing and hand gelling is encouraged throughout the day and windows are kept open as much as possible to ensure good hygiene in the classroom.