We are Bumblebee Class
Notice - Please can you ensure that your child has a book bag that fits into their tray easily. Keyrings should be limited to one if necessary. Thankyou
Forest School - Year 2's Wednesdays - last session 5th February
Year 1's Wednesdays - from 12th February to 11th March
Our Topic this half term is :
Man on The Moon
Maths objectives for Spring 1 half term.
This half term we will be using the books:
The Man on the Moon / Beegu
The key areas of learning for this half term are:
History - Famous astronauts from the past
Science - Light and Dark
Art - marbling
RE - How and why do people pray?
This half term homework will be daily reading, weekly spelling and a project for the end of half term.
Maths - Core skills will provide homework for maths and will be ongoing throughout the year.
Reading - Reading forms a large part of KS1 homework and allows the children to apply new phonics and spelling knowledge. It is important to do some reading most nights if possible.
Spellings - These are based on a Y1/Y2 spelling Programme. 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.
Books can be put in the changing box when finished. I will try to change them daily. Reading takes place in class daily but not always the home reading book. It is important that you try to read at home at least 2- 3 times per week.
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 takes place on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons with Mrs Matthews and Mrs Greenwood
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.