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These are the Learn Its that the children will be learning this week. All children need to learn these off by heart and be able to answer them as quickly as they can say their name. Please practise with your child at home. 

1 + 1=

2 + 2 =

3 + 3 =

Phonics

Please see below the phase 3 sounds we will be learning each week. We have also attached a list of interactive games you may wish to play with your child to practice your son/daughter's sounds at home. 

Week 1 - ur, ow, oi  (tricky words: was, my)

Week 2 - ear, air, ure (tricky word: you)

Week 3 - er (tricky word: her)

Week 4 - tricky words: he, she, the, to, we, me, be, my, was, no, go, you, they, all, her, are

Week 5 - tricky words: he, she, the, to, we, me, be, my, was, no, go, you, they, all, her, are 

Week 6 - tricky words: he, she, the, to we, me, be, my, was, no, go, you, they, all her, are

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm

 

 

WEEK 1

The Giant Turnip

To beginning our topic this term,  'Growing', we read the story 'The Enormous Turnip'. We loved hearing that the turnip grew so big that it took the farmer, his wife, Jack, the cat, the dog and the robin to pull the it out of the soil. The children had a great day exploring different vegetables that grow in the ground like a turnip, by cutting them up and then used them to print different patterns on big sheets of paper.  Everyone enjoyed their first topic lesson on 'Growing' and can't wait for the term ahead. 

CLIC

These are the Learn Its that the children will be learning this week. All children need to learn these off by heart and be able to answer them as quickly as they can say their name. Please practise with your child at home. 

1 + 1=

2 + 2 =

3 + 3 =

Phonics

Please see below the phase 3 sounds we will be learning each week. We have also attached a list of interactive games you may wish to play with your child to practice your son/daughter's sounds at home. 

Week 1 - ur, ow, oi  (tricky words: was, my)

Week 2 - ear, air, ure (tricky word: you)

Week 3 - er (tricky word: her)

Week 4 - tricky words: he, she, the, to, we, me, be, my, was, no, go, you, they, all, her, are

Week 5 - tricky words: he, she, the, to, we, me, be, my, was, no, go, you, they, all, her, are 

Week 6 - tricky words: he, she, the, to we, me, be, my, was, no, go, you, they, all her, are

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm

 

 

WEEK 1

The Giant Turnip

To beginning our topic this term,  'Growing', we read the story 'The Enormous Turnip'. We loved hearing that the turnip grew so big that it took the farmer, his wife, Jack, the cat, the dog and the robin to pull the it out of the soil. The children had a great day exploring different vegetables that grow in the ground like a turnip, by cutting them up and then used them to print different patterns on big sheets of paper.  Everyone enjoyed their first topic lesson on 'Growing' and can't wait for the term ahead. 

CLIC

These are the Learn Its that the children will be learning this week. All children need to learn these off by heart and be able to answer them as quickly as they can say their name. Please practise with your child at home. 

1 + 1=

2 + 2 =

3 + 3 =

Phonics

Please see below the phase 3 sounds we will be learning each week. We have also attached a list of interactive games you may wish to play with your child to practice your son/daughter's sounds at home. 

Week 1 - ur, ow, oi  (tricky words: was, my)

Week 2 - ear, air, ure (tricky word: you)

Week 3 - er (tricky word: her)

Week 4 - tricky words: he, she, the, to, we, me, be, my, was, no, go, you, they, all, her, are

Week 5 - tricky words: he, she, the, to, we, me, be, my, was, no, go, you, they, all, her, are 

Week 6 - tricky words: he, she, the, to we, me, be, my, was, no, go, you, they, all her, are

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm

 

 

WEEK 1

The Giant Turnip

To beginning our topic this term,  'Growing', we read the story 'The Enormous Turnip'. We loved hearing that the turnip grew so big that it took the farmer, his wife, Jack, the cat, the dog and the robin to pull the it out of the soil. The children had a great day exploring different vegetables that grow in the ground like a turnip, by cutting them up and then used them to print different patterns on big sheets of paper.  Everyone enjoyed their first topic lesson on 'Growing' and can't wait for the term ahead. 

Plant Hunt

We hunted round the garden and identified all the different plants we could find. We very carefully looked at a plants roots and learnt about the other parts of a plant. We also learnt what a plant needs to be healthy. We had a very special cass liturgy where we thanked God for our plants and promised to look after them. 

Week 2

Tricky Words

Today the children revised their tricky words. They fished for the tricky words written on the carrots in the water. They then had to read the word and write it, using a carrot and paint, on a piece of paper. All children had great fun practising these tricky words and were able to read them out confidently.

Giant Visit

We have been learning how to ask a question this week. So when the Giant came to visit us we had plenty to ask him. We learnt lots about him, he was in our school looking for Jack. Thankfully, we didn't have any Jack's! 

Week 3

This week we have been dicussing our class rules again to make sure we are always doing our very best to follow them. We only have three rules but they are VERY important rules. They are; Ready, Respectful and Safe. We all made a promises. To make sure we are ready; whether it be ready for learning, ready for lunch or ready to listen. To make sure we are always respectful; respectful towards one another, respectful towards our environment and respectful towards our adults. To make sure we are always safe.  

We had much excitment at the beginning of the week when we were able to use our brand new climbing frame. We love it!!!!

 

Week 4

This week we have been learning to tell the story of Jack and the Beanstalk (video to follow) and write sections of the story. In maths we have been doubling which was really tricky but the children have mastered it amazingly (ask them to double numbers to 10). In topic we are learning about the life cycle of a frog, we are looking for some frogspawn but a bit worried the cold weather has made it more difficult than normal to find. 

 

Lastly, thank you so much for you contribution of cakes! We raised a huge £105.80. This will go some way towards paying for the chicks. We are asking for a further £3 per child if you are possibly able to contribute. 

 

 

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