Your class teacher is Mrs Thomason
Mr Davenport is our link governor
This year PE will be every Thursday and Friday. Please ensure your child has a named kit in school (including outdoor kit and trainers).
Snack and dinner money should be sent to school on Monday in a named envelope.
Children must choose two activities to complete from the list given which aims to meet the needs of different learning styles.
Please see the homework page for details.
Children will have weekly spellings to learn. Please help your child to see any spelling patterns within the words.
Literacy or Maths based activities will be given on a Friday to be handed in on the following Monday. Your child is also expected to read each day.
It is very important that your child knows the multiplication tables. Weekly tests will be held with children recording their progress. When they succeed at quickly answering random multiplication questions for all the tables they are presented with a certificate.
To help children develop mental maths skills we are asking them to complete at least twenty minutes each week on the sumdog site. (See homework page for link) A lunch time club will take place for children who have limited access to a computer or the internet.
| Autumn Term
by Michael Morpurgo
Geography - Water
Science - Gases around us, Changing State
RE - Worship, Sacred Text, Christmas Angels
ICT - Handling data, Finding Information, Creating Text and Pictures
Art - Drawing, 3D Sculpture
D&T - Making model boats
Music- Singing, Exploring Rounds
PSHCE - Say no to bullying, Getting on and falling out
PE - Gymnastics/Dance, Games
Not quite as big as this!
Our sailing session will be in dinghies at:
Wednesday 17th October.
Science - Earth, Sun and Moon, Changing Sounds
History - What can we learn about recent history from studying the life of a famous person? (Sir Bernard Lovell)
RE - Judaism - Places of Worship,
Islam - Muhammad (pbuh)
Art - Painting, Print
D&T - Moving Toys
Music - Singing, Journey into Space - exploring sound sources
PSHCE - Changes, Going for goals
ICT - Giving instructions, Creating Sound and Music, Finding information, Handling data
Geography - South Africa
History - Nelson Mandela
Science - Life Cycles, Keeping Healthy
RE - Jesus' teaching and its impact on people
The Christian Creed
Art - Textiles, Collage
D&T - Making Bread
Music - Cyclic Patterns - exploring rhythm and pulse
Playing the African drums
PSHCE - It's good to be me
P.E. - Athletics
Discover the significance of the football when we read Kensuke's Kingdom!
As part of our topic on Space Exploration, I have arranged a visit to Jodrell Bank. This will take place on Tuesday 12th March 2013.
More details will follow nearer the date of the visit.
Monday 10th June 2013
Visit to Eaton Bank Acadamy to take part in ICT and French activities.
Wednesday 19th June 2013
Visit to the Cheshire Show with the school choir to perform a number of songs at the bandstand.
More details of both visits will follow.