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Scout Road, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire HX7 5JR

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Welcome to our page.

      

We are Bumblebee Class  

Diary Dates

Thursday 26th April - Parent Evening

Thursday 3rd May - Craft Morning

Tuesday 22 May - Yorkshire Water Workshop

Friday 25th May - Cricket Workshop

 Our Topic this half term is :

 Famous People

Maths

English

This half term we will be using the books:

The Jolly Postman and The Magic Finger

 

Famous People

The key areas of learning for this half term are: 

History - Beatrix Potter/The Royal Family/

Science - Mary Seacole

ArtVan Gogh

Design & Technology - Baking

RE - How can we look after our planet?

ICT -  Research/APPs

 

Homework

 

Maths - We are currently trialing a new maths homework. Diagnostic Questions website. Each child has their own log on details (in reading record books). I will set the quizzes on Fridays where possible. This will support your child's learning for that week.

Spellings - These are given according to the current sound of the phonics group your child is in. They are tested and given on FRIDAYS. To further extend your child encourage them to find more words containing the sound and spell them correctly.

Spellings will be tested in a random order each week, not the order they appear on the sheet.

Please remember that regular reading at home is part of the regular weekly homework requirements.

 

Important Notice

Books can be put in the changing box when finished. We will try to change them daily.

 

In Bumblebee class we encourage independence.

Children should hang up their own coats and put away their own book bags.

Please can all items of clothing including shoes be labelled as we do have some missing garments in our class.

 

PE

PE takes place on Monday and Tuesday afternoons with our sports coach and Miss Winder.

Please make sure your child has a full kit in school.

Girls need hair tied back and must be able to remove their own earrings.

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