We are also extremely lucky to have Miss Martin working with us for this half term! :)
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We are really looking forward to the year ahead!
Keep checking back regularly to see what we get up to.
Another term has been and gone and we are now entering the Summer term!
Our topics include:
Under the sea
Our topic for this half term is 'Down at the Farm'. We will be looking at Spring, life cycles of animals, changes in plants - including growing our own, and finding out where food comes from.
A big thank you to everyone that came to the curriculum event this afternoon.
If you couldn't make it please see the Spring Term Curriculum Information Sheet.
Happy New Year!
We are all excited to be back and working hard!
This term the topics we will be learning about are:
Fairytales - Once Upon a Time
Animals - Down at the Farm
In Literacy we will be learning to write instructions, retells of fairytales, fairytales as plays, character descriptions and poems.
In Maths we will be learning to tell the time, recognise fractions of shapes (whole, halves and quarters) and fractions of quantities (halves and quarters), counting in 2s, 5s and 10s, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division as well as learning about measure including length and height.
We have been super busy over the past couple of weeks...
Throughout our topic of Halloween we have been carrying out experiments and investigations, learning about the history of Halloween, writing character descriptions and recognising 3D shapes. Not only that but we have done some amazing independent writing in our 'Potion Lab' role play area and made pumpkin pies in our mud kitchen by following written instructions.
Our topic for the next two weeks is 'The Complete Athlete'.
The children have been learning about germs and how quickly they spread and the importance of washing our hands. We have been ordering simple instructions and following them to create wonderful pictures in our creative area. We have also been making sure we follow every instruction, in order, when washing our hands! In literacy we have been writing simple instructions - remembering to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.