We hope you had a restful Christmas break and are ready to tackle new challenges this term.
Geography Topic: Hot and Cold Places
This term we have a new topic and we be answering the learning challenge Why can't a penguin live near the equator?
Science Topic: Materials
Below are knowledge mats that you can use to support your childs learning at home.
Book bags are to be brought to school every day. We recommend that you read with your child daily (one or two pages). Books will be changed as and when your child completes their book.
Water bottles are to be brought to school daily and will be sent home at the end of each day.
PE kits are to be brought into school as soon as possible and will be sent home at the end of each half term.
Only those children eligible for free school meals are entitled to free milk. Those who are not eligible for free school meals can pay for milk via www.milk4life.com
Children are able to bring in a snack from home. Please note this snack must only be an item of fruit.
Your child will receive homework every Friday which will include spellings, word of the week and a short English, Maths or Topic related task. Homework books are to be returned on Mondays.
Phonics Screening Check
The Year 1 phonics screening check is not a formal test, but a way for teachers to ensure that children are making sufficient progress with their phonics skills to read words and that they are on track to become fluent readers who can enjoy reading for pleasure and for learning.
The phonics screening check is taken individually by all children in Year 1 in England, and will commence the week beginning 8th June 2020. It will help to identify whether your child needs additional support at this stage so that they do not fall behind in this vital early reading skill.
Useful websites to support your child’s learning at home
YouTube - Mr Thorne Does Phonics
YouTube - Nat Geo Kids
Miss Jennings, Ms Lowther and Ms Davis