In English this week we are:
EYFS - Continuing our Toys topic with the story of Paddington. We will be practising our handwriting by writing out a tag for Paddington.
Phonics - Revising all the single sounds we have currently learned, practising segmenting and blending.
Year One - Continuing our Toys topic with the story of Paddington. We will be looking at letters and planning writing our own letter to Aunt Lucy from Paddington telling her about his adventures. We will be practising using our key word mats to help us as well as trying to remember our capital letters and full stops.
In maths this week we are learning about:
EYFS: We will be looking at money using a toy shop as a context. We will also be thinking about receiving change and practising subtraction from 10.
Year One: We will be using part part whole and number lines to help us subtract from a given number. We will be revising using a systematic approach to finding all the possibilities of making a number. To learn to be resilient when faced with problems.
Welcome to Owls Class!
We have already enjoyed a lovely first week back to school with the new children being brilliantly behaved and very brave. As another new year begins I look forward to sharing lots of exciting moments from our class with you all, so make sure to keep an eye out for updates. Also, if you ever have any concerns or need a chat please let me know so that I can make an appointment to see you after school.
Our first few weeks at school!
We have had a very busy start to the Autumn Term in Owls Class. Here a few pictures of us and what we have been doing.
The Great Fire of London
We really enjoyed our topic on The Great Fire of London and have made our very own 'Tudor' style houses out of shoe boxes. We learned about where the fire started in Pudding Lane and why the fire spread so quickly! The Year 1`s have been very busy writing their own pet adventure stories in response to our class story Sammy the Street dog who watched the fire happen. Below are some pictures of our Great Fire of London homework heroes!
This week we have been learning the story of The Little Red Hen using Talk for Writing, the children have been using signs during the story telling to help them remember the story. In response to the story we also had a go at making our own bread and talked about whether if the children were the Little Red Hen would they have shared the bread even though the other animals didn`t help!