Welcome to Ash!
We have 28 amazing children in our class.
Mr Dyson is our class teacher.
Mrs Brown is our Educational Teaching Assistant.
For our English, we always try and link our work closely to our topic.
In English this term, a lot of our work will be linked to fairy tales. We will be reading a range of books such as Jack and the Beanstalk and the Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf. We will be writing our own narrative stories, character descriptions, letters and our own alternative versions of a fairy tale.
Spellings are practised in class every week and are made up of 10 words which follow a spelling pattern. We use spelling shed so children can access their spellings online and practise: https://www.spellingshed.com/en-gb/index.html
In Maths we follow the White Rose Hub Maths scheme in order to help children to develop their fluency, reasoning and problem solving skills. This half term we will have a particular focus on multiplication and division as well as measurements and 2D and 3D shapes.
Each week we have a times table test and an arithmetic test.
If you would like to find out more about what we are learning about this half term please click on the link below which will show you the objectives that we will be covering:
This half term we will be learning about plants:
Parts of a plant and tree
Types of trees and plants
Observing the growth of seeds and bulbs
What do plants need to grow?
Why do we need bees?
Computing- Effective researching and Lego Builders.. Children can log into their purplemash accounts and go on 2code to complete different coding activities.
RE- Christinaity- Creation
Art- Collage. Vincent Van Gogh
DT- Designing and building a house for the Three Little Pigs
Geography- The 7 continents and oceans of the world. Traditional stories and fairytales from different countries. Would problems does the world and its oceans face at the moment?
Dates for the diary:
Cyber Police Parent Workshop- Wednesday 22nd January
Victorian Day- Wednesday 22nd January
Chinese New Year- Friday 24th January
End of term- Friday 14th February
The National Curriculum.
If you would like to find out more about what objectives your child will be covering please have a look on the national curriculum.