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Robin Class

 

Welcome to Class 2

 

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Welcome to Robin Class from Miss Hind and Miss Day! 

 

We hope that you have all enjoyed your Summer break and hope that your children are as excited as we are for the year ahead, we have plenty of ideas for fun and challenging learning.

 

Our first topic is based on Food and Farming. The children will be looking at where food is grown both in the United Kingdom and abroad and making traditional and healthy treats. We hope also to have visitors in to talk about their roles in agriculture. To support this, in Literacy we will be looking at instructions and going on to writing our own stories using speech.

 

Within Maths we will focusing on Number and Place Value and then Addition and Subtraction. Children need to be able to explain HOW they work things out and explain WHY they have used the different strategies.

 

Just a few things you will need to know:

 

Just a reminder please read as much as possible with your child and fill in their reading records (minimum 3x per week) , please feel free to change your child's book in the classroom.

 

Homework and spellings will go out on Fridays. Please return all homework for the following Tuesday and Spellings Tests will be on Thursdays.

 

Library visits will be Mondays.

 

PE is on a Monday and Thursday - please make sure children have tracksuits as well as shorts and trainers/ plimsols THAT FIT ( we will be going outside if its dry).

 

Some of you have asked about phonics we use a website at the start of the session which I have placed below.

 

Jolly Phonics Songs (Letters and Sounds) BEYC International School in Bangkok.mov

Jolly Phonics Letters and Sounds Teaching Sequence with ALL Grapheme variations.

Phonic Screening Check and Non Words

An explanation of the Phonics Screening Test taken by children towards the end of Year 1

2017 Key Stage 1 tests

This 6-minute video provides information for parents about the Key Stage 1 tests, including the optional Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling Test. A downloadable version is available for schools: https://goo.gl/jo18qk A separate video is available for schools not using the GPS test: https://youtu.be/81943gG0H38

Assessment criteria literacy for year 1

Our trip to Milestones

Class 2 enjoyed a day at Milestones Museum. The children were able to explore the Museum looking at the old exhibitions.

Our topic this term is Old and New toys. The children played with some old toys and compared them to the toys they have today. They also had the opportunity to play some old games on the  streets within the Museum. We went to the old arcade and the children were able to use the machines. They were very surprised at how different it is to the arcades we use today. 

Forest School

Year 2 enjoyed their first week at Forest School. They spent their time exploring the wood and learning new skills which they will develop over the following 4 weeks!

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Science Week in Class 2

Class 2 carried out many experiments during Science week and thoroughly enjoyed participating in the activities. We built boats out of junk model and predicted whether we thought they would float or sink. We then raced them on the river to see if our predictions were correct. We also made rockets from plastic bottles and customised them to see if we could make them travel further. Pond dipping was another highlight for the children and we discovered that are lots of creatures living in our river.

Class 2 had a wonderful time at Fort Nelson on Friday 6th January. We learnt lots of facts about our new topic 'Florence Nightingale'.

Class 2 had a wonderful day at Marwell Zoo exploring habitats and the different climates animals live in.

Topic Web Autumn 2016

Jeep Safari

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Please remember that we are a "Nut Free" school. No food or other products such as hand cream, should be brought into school if you suspect it contains nuts.
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