Half Term Information Sheet
Please see the below Half Term Information Sheet, which contains general information about Autumn Term 2.
West- For producing an amazing piece of writing, including fronted adverbials and other descriptive techniques with no support! Well done!
Ella- for an amazing attitude to learning, wowing us with her maths and English work, well done.
Cayla- Nominated by the dinner staff for being an incredibly well mannered example to our school, always saying please and thank you and brightening up their day!
Antoni - for producing some fantastic independent writing during our English lessons, well done!
Haithem- You produced an amazing piece of homework, you shared it with the entire school and you should be proud! Well done!
Isabelle G- for challenging herself in all lessons this week and succeeding with a fantastic attitude!
Vinny- for returning to school with a fantastic CHAS attitude. Being caring, helping and sharing towards all members of Sycamore class; helping others when they were stuck and sharing his knowledge with them, well done!
Callum- for being such a kind and caring member of Sycamore class; helping those around him and being willing to work with other children, not just his friends.
Macie - for being incredibly caring, helping and sharing to many members of our class and upping her game during lessons, well done!
Malachi- for being super helpful around the classroom and always being caring and sharing to others, it is noticed, well done!
Isobel R- for being a lovely member of Sycamore class, being kind to others, sharing her knowledge and helping anyone who needs help!
Each week children will be given spellings relevant to their learning over the week. They will be tested on a Thursday.
Each week on a Friday children will be given a problem solving sheet for maths, this is optional but if completed, children will receive a gold star and needs to be handed in before the following Friday.
If your child is struggling with any aspect of their homework, I am available every playtime or lunchtime to help them work through the tasks.
Please find the Mission booklet for this half term below.
Recommended Reading List
Please see the below recommended reading lists for your children.
Roald Dahl Day:
We have had an amazing day, celebrating Roald Dahl and his fantastic stories!
We also designed our own 'best' and 'worst' teachers, inspired by Miss Trunchbull and Miss Honey - here are our favourites!
In maths this half term we have been focusing on place value, addition and subtraction! We love using the concrete resources before we move on to working in our books, as well as finding fun and exciting ways to learn.
This half term we have been focusing on SPaG in the form of fantasy fiction. We have drawn on all of the different grammatical extracts and created our own descriptions of fantastic creatures and their surroundings.
This half term our mission has been based on our local area.
What have we done so far?
We have located the UK and identified the countries which make up the UK using a range of different maps. We have also used atlases to find and locate city settlements throughout the UK and label these on our own map. From this we discovered there are 4 main types of settlement, city, town, village and a hamlet; we ordered these on a hierarchy and stated which type of settlement we live in and how we know.
On Monday, we went for a walk around Whitley and looked at all of the different physical and human features. We noticed that there were a lot more houses in the village than we thought, although there are many fields which farmers use to grow their crop as well.