Class F2Y1H

Welcome! 

Hello everyone and welcome back! We hope you have all had a lovely Easter break!

In our English learning this term, we will be indulging ourselves in the learning all around three chosen books. Paddington Bear, The Twits and a topic theme around The Great Fire of London. The children will be writing sentences and begin to explore with adjectives and conjunctions to extend their sentences. The children will increase their consistency of punctuation use of capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. The children will look at different genres of writing such as, diary entries, letters, postcards and narrative writing.

In mathematics, the children will be learning number and place value with numbers up to 20, addition and subtraction by exploring calculation strategies within 20, number, and place value to 40.

In science, the children will distinguish between an object and the material from which it is made. The children will identify and name a variety of everyday materials, including wood, plastic, glass, metal, water, and rock. They will learn to describe the simple physical properties of a variety of everyday materials.

This term in art, the children will have lots of fun with a range of activities around the theme of The Great Fire of London. The children will learn all about the geographical features of the UK. They will name, locate and identify characteristics of the four countries and capital cities of the United Kingdom and its surrounding seas.

 

 

Physical Education will be on a Friday morning.

Homework will be given out on a Friday and due in on the following Thursday.

Weekly spelling tests every Thursday to track the children’s progress.

See our Spring Term Curriculum Map  Curriculum Map Summer Term F2Y1H.pdf

 

Mr Hargraves

Class Teacher

Mrs Hoyland

Class Support

Mrs Jackson

Class Support

Mrs Szabo

Class Support

 

The children learnt all about towns and the countryside.

They learnt about different types of housing such as detached, semi-detached, terraced, flats and caravans.

The children then built a model town using cardboard boxes and craft art materials.