This page is where you can find all of the important information about our class such as; letters, homework, trips and the learning that is taking place in class.
Class teacher: Mr M Askew
Class teaching assistant: Mr L Davies
PE days are Tuesday and Thursday.
Homework will be set on Fridays and will expected to be handed in on Wednesday's. Homework consists of weekly spellings, timetables and daily home reading.
Zaneta for showing continuous endeavour in all aspects of her learning and being a great role model to all.
Well done to Callum for passing his yellow band this week.
This week we have been planning our own journey stories, we started off by gathering ideas and have then mapped out our ideas. We have explored the use of inverted commas and apostrophe for possession.
We have continued to learn about ones, tens, hundreds and thousands and then moved on to adding and subtracting numbers larger than a thousand, including bridging and breaking up tens.
Well done to all of you that dressed up for Roald Dahl day this week, you looked great! We celebrated by learning about The Twits, we made our own version of his beard and ate all of the weird and wonderful food that was in it!
A specialist language teacher came in to teach Spanish this week, we learned numbers to 10 and had a great time with her.
Our star of the week is Ameilia for being an excellent role model to others.
Well done to the 4 children who passed their white band this week;
Well done to these children who have read every day this week;
This week we have started to learn about out new book 'A walk in London' by Salvatore Rubbino. We have started by learning by story, putting actions to it and imitating the writing of it. Throughout this book we will be focusing on using speech marks correctly, the children are trying to do this in their own writing.
In Maths, we have started by learning about numbers greater than 1000, the place values of digits in the th, h, t, and o columns, we have ordered numbers greater than 1000 and added and subtracted in multiples of 10's, 100's and 1000's.