I hope that you all had a lovely holiday and are now eager to start our new term in school. We have a very busy half term ahead of us and lots of fun activities planned, especially in the run up to Christmas! Now the weather is getting colder (and wetter), please ensure that your child comes to school in appropriate clothing. Windows are open in class no matter the weather and it can become quite chilly, so layering up might be a good ideas in the coming months. Also, the children will still be accessing the outdoor provision area so they will need warm and waterproof clothing.
We have our PE sessions on Monday's and Friday's. Please come ready in the correct clothing and footwear.
Remote learning for those who are self-isolating. Please find below, lessons and activities for home learning. Please ensure that your child remains in a structured learning routine whilst at home. This will help to keep them on track with their learning and make their transition back into school, once their isolation period is over, much easier for them.
Remote learning email address: email@example.com
Please send in evidence of home learning so I am able to mark it. Please don't hesitate to come and speak to me if you have any questions or concerns.
Pink Class Curriculum
Literacy - Traditional Rhymes, Traditional Tales and Traditional Tales with a Twist
Numeracy - Fractions, Place Value, Shape, Space and Measure
Guided reading - one guided read with Miss Coxhead, one re-read of a text, one activity, an own read and a pre-read of a text .
PE - Lancashire//Funda (Monday and Friday)
Music - Christmas Performance
History - The Gunpowder Plot
RE - Christianity/Jesus
Science - Everyday materials Yr 2 and seasonal change
Computing - Online Safety and Technology Skills (keyboard skills and mouse control)
DT - Christmas Puppet Project
PSHE - Healthy Relationships/Feelings and Emotions and Recovery Curriculum
Homework and Spellings
Spellings will be given out every Friday and tested the following Tuesday. Nothing needs handing in for these.
Learning log homework will be given out at the beginning of each half term.
Children are also expected to read their home reading books every night. These will be changed on a Monday and on a Friday. If they have read their books they can read any other books at home and take part in their READING CHALLENGE!
Can I please ask that you sign your child's reading diary so I know they have completed their reading homework.
If you have any problems please don't hestitate to contact me :)