Mrs Harry's Class 2020 - 2021
Welcome to our class page.
Welcome back to school for the Summer Term!
This term our topic is Pirates and it will be based around The Pirate Cruncher by Jonny Duddle along with many other texts about Pirates. The overview for the term can be found in the files below.
We will have lots of fun learning about Pirates and the adventures they have and hopefully lots of adventures of our own.
As always, if you have any questions relating to any aspect of school life please do not hesitate to contact me. Please feel free talk to me at the end of the school day.
Thank you, Mrs Harry.
Some of the children asked me to share the place value game we play in maths.
It is found in topmarks and if you click on the picture it will take you there.
Sports Day is on Tuesday 22nd June.
Please ensure your child comes to school in their PE kit.
Week beginning 21st June
This week we will be focusing on handwriting and writing sentences, remembering to use the correct punctuation. We will finish our writing about a princess pirate called Sayeeda.
This week we will be recapping numbers to 100 and we will also move on to comparing numbers to 100 using greater than, less than and equal too.
This term we will be learning about the wider world we live in. This week we will compare victorian homes to modern homes.
This week we will continue to learn some basic french phrases and singing some french songs.
This week we will be learning about heathy foods and how eating the right food is good for our bodies and teeth.
Pirates! This week we will be learning position and direction through pirate maps. We will also be creating our own pirates parrot through art.
Please note that PE is now on Thursday and Friday
Sending & receiving - developing our catching, throwing, rolling and kicking skills with a ball.
Athletics - learning the importance of speed change, jumping, working collaboratively and independently.
We are focusing on all of the tricky words that we just need to know how to spell. We are coming up with rhymes to help us remember them and writing them out in sentences in class everyday.
Please try and read with your child every day for about 10 minutes and continue to record this in their diary.
- Spellings - Spelling Shed
- Number formation.
- Explore TTRS website - click the picture for a direct link (login details in the front of reading diary)
As always can we please remind parents that if you wish to provide a break time snack for your child it should be something healthy such as fruit. If you would prefer your child to have toast then this can be ordered for the whole term either online or via the office. There is always fruit available if your child forgets their snack. The children can bring in their own water bottle daily which must only have water (not juice) in.
PE will be on a Thursday and Friday afternoon during this part of the term. Please ensure that during this term the children come to school in their PE kit on these days. I would suggest they wear their winter PE kit of tracksuit bottoms and black sweatshirt with their yellow PE t-shirt underneath as these sessions will be outside as much as possible.
Kit: Pumps or Trainers, black track suit bottoms or shorts (weather dependent), yellow school PE t-shirt and black jumper.
Reading and Phonics:
Phonics is taught everyday in small groups.
The children are assessed regularly to ensure they are in the correct phonics grouping and that their reading level is in line with their phonics development. It would be lovely for you to spend time reading to your child and having discussions about the book you have read.
Please read with your child daily as this will have an impact on all areas of their learning. Please feel free to record their reading in their planner. You may wish to write a comment but please do not feel that you have to.
If you wish to send me a message then please feel free to write it in your child's planner but please ask him/her to pass it to me as I do not always check their planners every day.
Some dates for your diary.
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