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Class 1/2F

Welcome to Class 1/2F - The Eager Elephants!

 

Meet our Team frown

Miss Farrar  Class Teacher
Mrs Fawcett

Teaching Assistant

Mrs Bradley Teaches Tuesday pm
Ellie Elephant Class Mascot

 

Welcome to 1/2F's class page. We work extremely hard but we have lots of fun at the same time!

 

This Half Term

Topic

This half term our topic is 'Into the Woods'. During this topic we will be taking part in lots of fieldwork whilst learning how to read, use and create simple maps as well as recognising compass directions. Our art lessons will be focussing on drawing and sculpting woodland animals and in Science we will be learning all about animals and their habitats.

 

Maths

In Maths we will be focussing on Mass. We will be learning how to read and record the weight of objects using both non-standard and standard units.

 
Literacy
In Literacy we will be looking at how to structure a play-script based on Little Red Riding Hood.

 

Class Information

Maths Weekly Skills Test

Every Friday the children will complete a Maths Weekly Skills test. There are 20-25 questions which focus on all aspects of the KS1 maths curriculum. Each week the children will be given their score and will have the opportunity to take it home and work on those questions that they found difficult. The aim is to keep improving and beating their personal score on a weekly basis!

 

PE

This term our indoor PE lesson will be on a Monday and our outdoor PE lesson will be on a Thursday.

Please ensure that both indoor and outdoor PE kits are brought in to school on a Monday and stay in school until Friday.

 

Spelling Test

We will have our spelling test on a Friday and new spellings will be handed out. Please encourage children to practise their spellings.

 

Reading Books

We would like to try and encourage children to read their book 3 times. We feel that this will develop the children's decoding skills, fluency and comprehension skills. We will change our reading books on a Monday and Thursday. Please make sure children read every night as reading is vital to ensure that children make progress with their learning.

 

 
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