PE - Our PE lessons will take place on a Thursday and Friday. Please ensure that your child comes to school in appropriate PE kits on those days. Our school PE kit is black shorts or joggers/leggings, a plain white t- shirt and trainers for this autumn term. We ask that other gym wear and football shirts are not worn.
Drinks and snacks - Please can all children bring a labelled, filled water bottle into school daily. Snack is now being provided by the Government so children do not need to bring a snack into school with them each day.
Seesaw - Seesaw is great resource that we use to communicate with each other and share lots of useful information. Photos of your child's brilliant learning will be shared with you on a regular basis through Seesaw. You are also welcome to message me through the app and I will get back to you ASAP.
Reading - To encourage independence, children will be responsible for changing their own reading books. We encourage all children to share books with their families as often as possible. We would love it if you read with your child every night - it really does make a huge difference to their progress. However, we understand that this is not always physically possible but if you can do at least three listens per week, that would be great. It is a known fact that children's vocabulary and understanding is improved by reading everyday. It would be great it you could take the time to discuss what they have read and ask questions using VIPERS. We are really grateful for your support in this area.
Spellings - Spelling lists will be sent home via seesaw on Friday 4th September and will be tested on Fridays. They may practise a particular phonic pattern, or be taken from the "common exception words" list of high frequency words that are tricky to spell.
Throughout the Spring term we will focusing on the following subjects: Geography, Music, PSHE, PE, RE, Art, DT, Computing as well weekly Science lessons and daily Maths and English. Please see the Spring term Curriculum map below to find out about our learning across all the Curriculum subjects.