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Miss Griffiths- Class teacher

Class TA - Mrs Kempe

1:1 TA am- Mrs Coles  

1:1 TA pm-Mrs Andrews

 

Start of Spring Term 1: Monday 7th January

Clubs begin: Monday 14th January

Parents’ Evening week: 28th January – 1st February

Half term: 18th – 22nd February

Start of Spring Term 2: Monday 25th February

Seal Class Assembly: Friday 1st March (2.40pm)

World Book Day: Thursday 7th March

Red Nose Day: Friday 15th March

End of Spring Term 2: Friday 5th April (1.30pm finish)

English

This term, our English work will be based on the events of the Great Fire of London. The children will be learning about real events through reading a range of information texts and through writing their own newspaper reports and poems. The children will experience writing for different purposes and different audiences. We will focus on segmenting spoken words into phonemes and representing these by graphemes to spell many correctly. They will be evaluating their writing by checking that their writing makes sense, editing for accuracy and improvement and peer-assessing. The children will continue to learn new terminology within grammar sessions, which will focus on sentence types and punctuation and ensure that they use these correctly and consistently through their non-fiction writing. They will also learn to use the past and present tenses correctly and how to add suffixes to spell longer words, including -ment, -ness, -ful, -less, -ly.

Maths

 

The children will be increasing their ability to recall all their number bonds for 10, 20 and 100 and their times tables. The children will develop their understanding of addition and subtraction and use their reasoning skills

to solve problems. They will learn different methods for adding and subtracting, including the use of the number line and the column method. They will regularly practice their mathematical skills so that they can become efficient at solving mental problems.

 

 

 

Topic

 

Through our topic work we will investigate the events of the Great Fire of London by looking at how life has changed over time, using books and websites. The children will find the location of the Great Fire and understand how it spread. Our Science investigation will include exploring the suitability of different materials. The children will learn a range of songs about the Great Fire of London and learn to sing in rounds.

 

The children will continue to learn how to stay safe when using the internet. They will do this both independently and through class discussion around our Twitter pages. Using safe search engines, the children will be finding out facts linked to The Great Fire of London.

We went on an expedition with Captain Robert Falcon Scott

We used pastels and paints to create Kandinsky inspired calendars.

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