This term we will have a focus of The Ancient Egyptians. We will be exploring picture books related to this theme, which will also support childrens' knowledge in their base classes.
We will continue to start with a phonological awareness starter which includes: rhyme, alliteration, phoneme manipulation, vocabulary development and syllable awareness.
We have now moved on to learning about the different ways to make the same sound. In Term 3 we will focus on the ae, ee, oa, er, ie sounds. Watch the cued articulation videos below to help support your child.
We will be focusing on the following:
Homework and spellings
These will continue to be given out on Fridays, to be completed by the following Friday. The homework and spellings replicate what we have been learning that week or fortnight with the aim to embed our learning.
Welcome to our Class Page! Terms 1 & 2
This term we will be exploring animal fiction and non-fiction with a focus on the North and South Poles. We will be creating our own fiction and non-fiction books using the iPads.
We are exploring place value to create a solid foundation to our maths knowledge. This will include: counting, tens and ones (partitioning), solving missing number problems and much more.
We have phonics daily for 25 minutes with a starter focusing on phonological awareness. Our phonic lessons are hands on and involve skills such as: phoneme manipulation, listening to dictation, rhyming and sorting sounds.
Homework and spellings:
These are given out each Friday to be completed by the following Friday.
Welcome to the Spring Term
This term, we will be exploring ‘Space’, linking our reading and writing opportunities to this interesting topic. The children will be introduced to fact files and key vocabulary about space. All of our English work also aims to support our children to achieve their EHCP outcomes.
The term will focus on two key people:
Our books this term are:
In phonics, we will continue to learn sounds using Cued Articulation. We will be learning digraphs (two letters that make one sound ‘ee’, ‘ai’ for example) and building these into our writing.
In Maths, this term, we will be focussing on the number 50. We will do this through counting accurately, understanding the place value of numbers up to 50 and also addition and subtraction within 50. The children will be exposed to different methods to solve addition and subtraction problems and these are: ten frames, Numicon, part whole model, bar model, counters and number lines. The children will then be given the choice to use their favoured method.
The children will also have many opportunities to pre-learn vocabulary and ideas for their Connected Learning sessions which they attend in their base classes.
Home practice opportunities
Please also explore our SRP page with further information about the interventions that your child may be involved in.
Please continue to check our class blog as we enjoy sharing our learning with you.