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Check back here to see what has been happening in Willow Class.
Mrs S Coultrup
We have been busy writing our own Iron Man stories this week and the children tried really hard to invent a new character to challenge the Iron Man and make their stories exciting to read. Every child received an ERIC sticker for their efforts,.
We have continued to work on adding and subtracting numbers to 100 and the ten times table. In PSHE this week we focused on staying healthy.
This week we began to learn some songs for the Infant Music Festival which is in March. More details will follow nearer the time.
Have a great weekend.
It has been another very busy week in Willow Class. We continued our work on the story "The Iron Man" by Ted Hughes. The children described the Iron Man and the Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon and we discussed the story in detail. Next week we will write our own version of the story for our Big Write.
In Maths we continued our work on adding and subtracting tens and units. In Science, we looked at being safe when using electricity. In PSHE we discussed having an injection. We started our work on the London topic and have turned our role-play area into a London Underground station.
Please keep reading every day with your child and practise spellings and times tables.
Have a good weekend.
Happy new year and welcome back to Willow Class!
It is going to be a very busy 7 months! This week we already started to practise some SATs in preparation for May. The children all completed a reading comprehension paper. When reading with your child, please keep asking questions about what is happening, what might happen, discuss the characters and meanings of words.
We also started reading "The Iron Man" by Ted Hughes. The children will be completing lots of work on this exciting story over the next few weeks.
In Science we are investigating Electricity and our PSHE involves discussing medicines and keeping healthy. In Maths we have started work on column addition and subtraction and the 10 times table.
Our topic this term will be on London.
As I said, it is going to be a very busy time!
Have a relaxing weekend.
It has been a very very busy week in Willow Class! The children have made cards, calendars and bunting! They have enjoyed all these creative activities and filling the classroom with glitter!!! I'm not sure the cleaners are as excited....
Next week is a very busy last week of term:
On Monday we have our FUNdraiser Day. Please remember to send your child in with some pocket money to spend in the Hall. There will also be lots more stalls and activities after school too so please come along.
On Tuesday it is Christmas Dinner Day. Children can come to school in their Christmas jumpers/non-uniform
We have our Christmas Carol concert on Wednesday. Unfortunately we do not have the space to invite parents/carers to this event.
Thursday 19th is our last day this term and a non-uniform day to reward the children for all their donations for the FUNdraising event. We thank you too for sending in so many lollies, toys and books.
Have a good weekend
Thank you for all the tubes and boxes that you have been sending in-the children finally got to use them this week! They researched windmills, made their own design of one, made a model and evaluated it. They will be bringing the finished windmills home today and we think you will be very impressed.
Next week, the children will be writing the instructions for making a windmill for this term's Big Write. We have been looking at imperative verbs, adverbs and time connectives. The children have been looking at features of non-fiction boooks in their Guided Reading.
It will very soon be December.....the rest of the term will be very hectic towards Christmas!! Keep looking at the school website for key dates.
Have a good weekend.