Happy New Year Wheat Class,
I hope you all have had a lovely Christmas with your families. We are looking forward to seeing you all again tomorrow. If you are not in, may I please remind you to use Microsoft Teams to use the resources added each week for the core subjects.
By the end of the week please may you bring in a photo or drawing of your favourite present you received this Christmas. This will be needed for next week's English lesson.
We will also be sending home a reading challenge for the children to have a go at over this term.
Mrs Bosher and Mrs Smith
Please can you ensure your child has a full P.E Kit. The children will bring them home tomorrow after P.E where you can check what is needed to be added. Please return these by the following week Monday 23rd November at the latest. A lot of children have pieces missing from their P.E kit and now with colder days ahead of us they need warmer clothing.
Please can you ensure in their P.E kits they have-
Trainers or Plimsolls
Tracksuit bottoms or leggings
P.E t-shirt (maroon t-shirt)
P.E jumper school or own (not essential as they can where their school jumper).
Thank you for your support
Mrs Bosher and Mrs Smith
Anti- bullying week- 16th- 20th November 2020
This week we will be focusing on anti-bullying and we will have moments to discuss what this means in Wheat class.
Please look at the articles attached to discuss them with your child and complete a jigsaw piece on what part you can play in anti-bullying week.
Mr Bosher and Mrs Smith
Home Learning October half term
Mental Health Day ideas
Welcome to Wheat Class 2020!
Our topic for the Autumn term is 'Incredible Me'.
In History we have been looking at our Family Trees. Thank you so much for sending in the completed trees for our display. We have had a lovely time looking at them together.
We will soon be comparing schools now with those in the past. Please talk to your child about your memories of school when you were their age. Also please ask grandparents to explain how schools have changed since they were children.
Topic plan for Autumn term
Home Learning tasks September 2020
We have now completed our Phonics assessment and your child will now have brought home a reading book suitable for their reading level. Please do not worry if they have had the book before or if they have gone back a reading band colour level. As a class we all need to practise sounding and blending to read words so that we can become confident readers.
Best wishes from Mrs Bosher and Mrs Smith