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This term (Summer 2024), our learning project will be:

'What can you tell from a portrait?'             

 

 

Below you will find our project planner with further details about this term's learning:

 

elm class term 6 project planner.pdf

 

elm class term 5 project planner.pdf

 Phonic Screening Information

phonics screening parent meeting 2024.pdf

 

 

 Important information

  • Our PE days are a Wednesday and Friday - Please name all of your child/ren's PE kit.
  • Our library day is a Wednesday.
  • Please bring a filled, named water bottle to school everyday.

 

Spring Term 2 Project Planner

Spring Term 1 Project Planner

Autumn Term 2 Project Planner

Autumn Term 1 Project Planner

 

Social Action Project - Community Gardening

Our aim is to plant, grow and share a range of fruits, vegetables and flowers with our school community.

Elm Class kicked off the garden by inviting parents and carers to help us fill the beds and plant garlic, onion, kale, strawberries, tulips and daffodils!

 

Home Learning

Please read with your child everyday from their Read Write Inc book and record the reading in their reading record.  The children on Read Write Inc have a bookmark for their book band with tricky words to also practise reading nightly.  Inside the reading record you will see that there are tasks to be completed to help develop your child's reading skills.  Those children children who have finished the Read Write Inc programme have a gold band reading book.   

There will be a maths task set on a Friday which will link to our work in class.  The task will be sent home in a home learning book and should be completed in the book and returned to school by the following Friday ready for the next task.  

Each week the children will have some focus spelling words to learn taken from the Year 1 common exception word list.  The common exception words are everyday words that break the phonic rules taught in Read Write Inc and so need to be learnt so the children can use them in their independent writing.  If your child can already confidently spell the word they should write it in a sentence.  Sentences must start with a capital letter but could end with a full stop, question mark or exclamation mark.  Spelling practise can be recorded in the home learning book.  

 

Summer Term 1 focus spellings:

summer 2 spellings.pdf

 

summer 1 spellings.pdf

Spring Term 2 focus spellings

 Spring Term 1 focus spellings

Autumn Term 2 focus spellingsAutumn Term 1 focus spellings

 

 

  

 

Teaching Team

                                                                    

Mrs Strevens - Teacher                                                       Mrs Nice, Miss Lock (pm),  and Miss Sonneveld

                                                                                                                Teaching Assistants