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Summer Term 2

 

Hope you have had a lovely break and feeling refreshed ready for the final term of the year.

Scroll down the page to see the photos of us gardening and creating our mini beast hotel! We had such a lot of fun looking for creatures in our garden area.

 

We will be exploring questions such as ‘Why can I see myself in a puddle?’, ‘Are a butterfly’s wings the same?’ and ‘What is a reflection?’ through our new topic

 

What is a Reflection?

 

We will be learning about the lifecycles of caterpillars and looking at butterflies. We are looking forward to our caterpillar arriving in school this week.  

Communication and Language – We have enjoyed the daily class surveys and we will continue with them this term. This allows us to think about a scenario and share our thoughts and ideas with each other.

Physical Development – This term we are focusing on our letter formation and handwriting. Why not practise writing letters at home, you could practise in trays of glitter/flour/salt/cornflour mixed with water. You could paint letters outside using water on the pavement or use chunky chalks to make colourful pictures and label them using fancy handwriting.

 

Personal, Social and Emotional Development – We will be growing vegetables this term and learning how we can look after plants. We are growing tomatoes and beans and hope to add carrots and potatoes to our garden area alongside flowers to encourage insects to our minibeast area.

 

Literacy – We are learning to write for different purposes. Writing notes, lists, letters, cards, stories, labels and invitations independently. We will be applying our phonic and key word knowledge when reading and writing.

 

Reading

Remember to try and read as many times as possible each week and please ensure you sign the home school reading diary each time. Each half term we count the number of reads for each child. Gold, silver and bronze reading certificates are awarded at the end of each half term as part of the reading challenge.

 

Maths – This term we will be focusing on doubling, halving and sharing. We will be learning our number bonds to 10.

 

Understanding the World – What is a reflection? Are butterflies wings symmetrical? How do caterpillars turn into butterflies – we look forward to answering these questions this term.  

During our RE sessions  we will learn about ‘Jesus’ stories’, we will share the stories of The Lost Sheep, The Prodigal son, The Sower, The Foolish and Wise Builders and The Good Samaritan.

 

Expressive Arts and Design – We will be exploring patterns and symmetry. We will also be creating our own self-portraits.

 

Diary Dates: Sports Day - Wednesday 19th June

and Class Oak Summer Celebration -Thursday 18th July 

 

 

 

Gardening and Mini-beasts.

Gardening and Mini-beasts.  1 We had lots of weeding to do
Gardening and Mini-beasts.  2 We worked together to clear the area
Gardening and Mini-beasts.  3 We tidied up the planters
Gardening and Mini-beasts.  4 Taking out the bulbs which have finished flowering
Gardening and Mini-beasts.  5 All bugs welcome!
Gardening and Mini-beasts.  6 Taking care of our bean plants.

 

Welcome back to the SUMMER term 2019!

 Time flies when you are having fun! We hope you have had lots of fun over the Easter break.

 

Why do ladybirds have spots?’

 

Throughout our topic, we will be exploring questions such as ‘why do ladybirds have spots?’ and ‘why do spiders spin webs?’

Initially, we will explore what we already know about minibeasts and will discuss what we would like to learn about, identifying any questions that we can explore further. 

 

We will discover minibeasts in our local environment and will develop our minibeast area in our garden. We will grow some flowers and plants that are mini beast friendly. We will identify similarities and differences between different minibeasts; we will explore patterns and colours. We will look at the lifecycles of different minibeasts and how they grow and change. We will use non-fiction texts alongside the internet to help us in our learning.

 

Communication and Language – we will be introducing class surveys on different topics which will provide a basis for our discussions in class. We will ask questions about our topics and explore the answers. We will talk to each other about our experiences.

 

Physical Development – PE on Wednesdays will be focusing on games. We will continue to develop our skills on the balance bikes and use equipment such as balls, bats, balance boards and hoops to develop our physical skills. We will continue to use Go Noodle, Dough Disco and Funky Fingers activities alongside our letter formation practises to develop our fine motor skills and handwriting.

 

Personal, Social and Emotional Development – We will be covering the topic Changes this term in PSED. We will look at how we have changed since we started school, identifying things we can do now that we couldn’t do at the start of the year. We will explore our feelings surrounding changes, how we felt when we started school for example. Exploring the feelings of our friends and how different situations can make us feel. We will explore how we can develop an area of our outdoor space to make it better (Green fingers at the ready!)

 

Literacy – We will learn how to use non-fiction texts to answer our questions about minibeasts. We will be sharing stories about mini beasts including stories by Eric Carle; The Bad Tempered Ladybird, The Very Hungry Caterpillar and The Very Busy Spider alongside What the ladybird heard by Julia Donaldson. In phonics, we will continue to apply our knowledge when reading and writing. We will be focusing on increasing our independence in our writing.

 

Reading

Remember to try and read as many times as possible each week and please ensure you sign the home school reading diary each time. Each half term we count the number of reads for each child. Gold, silver and bronze reading certificates are awarded at the end of each half term as part of the reading challenge.

 

Maths – We will continue to develop our number knowledge, we love counting, ordering numbers and matching objects to numbers, practising these skills ensures we have a good understanding of numbers and the number system. We will continue to learn double number facts, finding half of a number and explore sharing amounts into equal groups. We will continue to count in 2s, 5s and 10s and explore what these number patterns look like on a 100 square. We will solve addition and subtraction problems using equipment to support our calculations.

 

Understanding the World – We will be exploring how we can look after plants and animals this term – Watch out for developments in our garden!

 

Expressive Arts and Design – We will be using different materials to create minibeasts and their habitats.  

 

 

Useful Links:

 

What is a minibeast? And other minibeast facts - https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/naturedetectives/blogs/nature-detectives-blog/2017/05/minibeast-facts-kids/

 

Mini Beast Adventures with Jess – Cbeebies episodes available on youtube

 

Go Noodle – Movement and Mindfulness for kids - https://app.gonoodle.com/

 

Lots of fun maths games can be found at Top Marks Education - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/counting

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/grownups - Helping your child be epic at Maths and lots of other useful advice and activity ideas available.

 

Spring Term 2 2019

 

Welcome back to Spring Term 2.  Our theme for this half term is ‘Will you read me a story?’

We will explore:

  • fairy tales,
  • goodies and baddies
  • homes and castles
  • writing and telling stories 

 

Furthermore, we will celebrate Shrove Tuesday, Mothering Sunday, Easter and explore seasonal changes as we look out for the signs of spring.

 

In Phonics, we will be reading and writing sentences focusing on Phase 3 digraphs including ai,ee,oa,oo,ar,or,ur,ow,oi,er and trigraphs igh,ear,air,ure.

In Literacy, we will enjoy reading traditional stories, particularly focusing on Jack and the Beanstalk and Cinderella.

In Mathematics, we will be counting in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s.  We will continue to work with numbers up to 20 including reading, writing and ordering.  We will continue to solve simple addition and subtraction problems and record our answers.  In shape, we will focus on using mathematical names for ‘solid’ 3D shapes and mathematical terms to describe shapes.

 

PE sessions are every Wednesday.  This half term we are covering Gymnastics and Dance.  

 

We would like to invite Parents and Grandparents to our Easter Celebration on Tuesday 2nd April at 2:30pm in the school hall.

 

Class Oak go into singing assembly every Thursday.  This is also an opportunity for the children to share any recent achievements and certificates they have received outside of school.

Spring 1 2019

We hope you have all had a lovely Christmas break and are ready for another exciting half term.

 

Our topic is called 'What happens when I fall asleep?'

Does everyone go to bed at the same time as me? Why are there stars in the sky at night?

We will explore these questions and more about night time.  Such as:

  • Bedtime routines
  • The moon and stars
  • People who work at night
  • The importance of sleep and rest

 

Furthermore, our topic about winter will stimulate children's curiosity, knowledge and imagination about snow and the winter season. The children will drive our topic through their own fascinations and ideas as well as being introduced to the following interests and areas of learning. These will include:

  • Exploring seasonal changes
  • Creating winter landscapes using a variety of media and materials.
  • Investigating the properties of snow, ice and frost and further exploring melting and

             and to free our frozen friends.

  • Finding out how a range of animals have adapted to live in colder climates, such as polar bears, penguins, seals and birds and how their features help them to survive in the cold.

 

In Phonics, we will be consolidating our knowledge of blending and segmenting using phase 2 sounds and continue to read simple sentences.  Throughout the spring term we will be learning to read and write the digraphs and trigraphs qu sh ch th ng ai ee igh oa oo ar or ur ow oi ear.   

 

In Number, we will be focusing on securing our number knowledge (up to 10) and working out more/less and solving calculations. In Shape, Space and Measure we will be focusing on  Size, Weight and Capacity. 

 

In R.E our area of learning is 'Special Jewish and Christian Stories'. This unit enables the children to explore ideas about God, and investigate the Jewish and Christian stories of creation, Moses, Daniel and David & Goliath.

 

P.E continues to be on a Wednesday and we will be developing our gross motor skills and hand-eye coordination as we enjoy Indoor Games.

Autumn Term 2 

We hope you have had a great half term break and are feeling refreshed ready for the new term, Autumn term 2 is always a busy term in the run up to Christmas!

 

This term we will start by celebrating Bonfire night and Diwali. We will be getting creative and using different resources to create firework pictures, we will use clay to make Diva lamps.

We will then be observing the seasonal changes and learning about Autumn – don’t forget to return your paper bag filled with things you have found on your Autumn walks.

 

In phonics we will continue to learn Phase 2 letter sounds and how to blend and segment using these sounds. We are beginning to read labels and captions.

All children will read in school each week and this will be recorded in your child’s reading diary. Please continue to record when your child reads at home in their diary to work towards a Gold, Silver or Bronze reading certificate.

We will use our knowledge of the sounds we have learnt in our phonic sessions and begin to segment the sounds in words to write them. We will mark make using different media and continue with our funky finger activities to strengthen our muscles to support mark making.

 

In Maths we will be working on counting on and counting back from 1 – 10. We will be securing our number recognition of numerals to 10. We will continue to order numbers and say 1 more and 1 less than a number. During the term we will progress to simple addition and subtraction thorough practical activities. We will name and describe simple 2D shapes and learn the names of familiar 3D shapes and look for these in the environment.

 

We will be busy this term preparing for our nativity Shine Star, Shine – our performances will be Wednesday 5th December at 9.30am and again at an evening performance on Thursday 6th December at 6pm.

 

We will be making Christmas decorations, writing letters to Father Christmas, creating and writing cards and talking about the different ways we celebrate Christmas. We will retell the Nativity story using small world figures.

Welcome to Class Oak 2018/19

   

 

We hope that you have all had a lovely summer and are ready to begin your school journey in Class Oak.


In the first few weeks we will learn how to use our indoor and outdoor learning areas and follow class and school expectations, to ensure we have a happy learning environment.  

Through our topic called 'Do you want to be friends?' we will explore friendship, being kind and working together.  We will begin the topic by finding out who helps us at home and in school to help us settle into Walesby.  

We will be finding out what we know in Literacy and Mathematics with activities related to our topic and some of the stories that we will enjoy reading include, We are family, What makes me a me? Starting School, Rocking in my school shoes, Kippers Birthday and the Large Family stories. 

We will be learning about Harvest and enjoying lots of art and craft activities to share with you at our celebration.  This will be on Thursday 25th October at 2:30pm in the school hall.

 

This half term we will introduce Dough Disco to help develop our fine motor skills and our P.E sessions are indoor games and dance.


On Tuesday 11th September at 5pm, we would like to invite all parents and carers to a Phonics and Handwriting meeting. We will discuss how reading and writing is taught in Class Oak, so that you can support and encourage your child at home.

 

The following websites are useful for supporting with your child's learning.

Parents Meeting June 2018

Summer 2

 

Welcome back to the final term in Class Oak!

This term we will start by sharing the story Bumble Bear by Nadia Shireen

 

Everyone will get a copy of the book to bring home - A gift from BookTrust

 

"At BookTrust we're passionate about getting children and families reading together for fun. That's why we're giving you your very own copy of The Bumblebear. Sharing a story together is a magical experience. We hope that you'll make time to read with your child and keep reading with them even when they've learned to read on their own."

 

For book ideas and activity sheets to make story time fun visit booktrust.org.uk/timetoread

 

PE - This term we will continue to play outdoor games. Please ensure your child has appropriate footwear for PE sessions which will continue to be on Wednesdays.

 

RE - This term we are continuing to learn about Jesus and his miracles. We will discuss friendships, the importance of caring for others and being helpful.

 

We are looking forward to exploring our topic  'Who Lives in a Rock Pool' later on in the term.

 

    

Summer Term 1

Welcome to the summer term. We hope you have all had a lovely Easter break.

 

This half term we have an exciting topic called 'Why don't snakes have legs?'

We will be exploring this question and also asking 'Why do Chameleons change colour? as we learn  about reptiles, their characteristics and habitats.  Our activities will further include learning how to care for reptiles, reptile patterns and camouflage and naming their body parts.  

If you have any fiction or non-fiction books relating to reptiles, then we would love to share them with the class.

 

In our R.E sessions we will be learning about Jesus and his miracles. We will talk about friendships, the importance of caring for others and being helpful.

 

In PE our focus is Outdoor Games, please ensure your child has suitable clothing and footwear for outside.

Spring Term 2

Welcome back to Spring Term 2, we hope you have had a lovely half term break. This term we will continue with our topic – ‘Will You Read Me a Story?’ we will continue to develop our talk for writing skills through the story Goldilocks and the Three Bears.

 

As the term progresses we will turn our attention back to seasonal changes and explore the topic of Spring. Can you see any signs that Spring is on its way on your journey to and from school?

 

During our PE sessions on Wednesdays, we will develop our gymnastics and dance skills.

 

In RE we will be learning about special stories in the Bible focusing on Jonah and the Whale and Joseph and his multi-coloured coat, we will also be learning about Easter.

 

On Tuesday 27th March you are warmly invited to join us for Class Oaks Easter Celebration.

Brackenhurst - Chinese New Year February 2018

Happy New Year! 

Welcome back to another exciting and busy half term.

This half term we will continue to build on the children's own areas of interest as well as introduce them to new areas of learning.

We will begin by exploring the topic of Winter.  This topic will stimulate children's curiosity, knowledge and imagination as we explore seasonal changes, learn about Polar animals and carry out ice investigations.    

During the half term, our topic is 'Will you read me a story?' We will share our own favourite traditional stories and develop a greater knowledge of our focus texts, Goldilocks and the Three Bears and The Gingerbread Man.  We will continue to focus on 'Talk for Writing' and how being able to retell a story through words and actions can enhance and develop our story writing.   

Towards the end of the 6 weeks we will be learning about Shrove Tuesday and Chinese New Year.

 

On the 1st February, we will be visiting Brackenhurst Environmental Education Centre to further develop our understanding of Chinese New Year and take part in a Dragon Dance and also to enhance our retelling of traditional stories.

 

Our P.E sessions continue to be on a Wednesday and this time our focus is Indoor Games.  

Autumn 2 - Journeys

 

Welcome Back, we hope you had a fantastic fun filled ½ term break.

 

This half term we will be continuing our learning through our topic called ‘Journeys’. We will be exploring different modes of travel and journeys.

 

Personal, Social and Emotional Development: Our Circe Time activities will focus on ‘Getting on and falling out’ and ‘Say no to bullying’. Anti-Bullying week begins 13th of November when we will be celebrating being unique - ‘All Different, All Equal’

 

Communication and Language: We enjoy retelling stories – this term we will initially be focusing on The Train Ride by June Crebbin and Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson. We enjoy sharing our experiences with one another during our discussions.

 

Physical Development: We have had great fun learning Dough Disco moves and we will continue to expand our repertoire and build on the moves to strengthen our fingers to supporting how we hold writing materials.

To help develop our coordination skills we enjoy Go Noodle and Tumble Tots Activities.

All the children have a helmet in school and can now enjoy our range of bikes to develop spatial awareness, balance and control. We love the balance bikes – check out our photos!

PE sessions take place on Wednesdays and this half term our focus is Gymnastics and Dance.

We are focusing on writing our name and forming Phase 2 letter sounds correctly.

 

Literacy – In phonics we will continue to learn Phase 2 letter sounds and how to blend and segment using these sounds. We are beginning to read labels and captions.

All children have a weekly Guided Reading session and this is recorded in their reading diaries.

Please continue to record when your child reads in their reading diary to work towards a Gold, Silver or Bronze reading certificate.

We will continue to mark make using different media.

 

Mathematics - Over the half term we will be working on securing our number recognition of numerals 1-5 and extending up to 10. We will continue to order these numbers and say 1 more and 1 less than a number. During the term we will progress to simple addition and subtraction thorough practical activities. We will name and describe simple 2D shapes and learn the names of familiar 3D shapes. We will learn about money when we visit our Train Station Coffee shop in class.

 

Understanding the World – We will be looking at how Christians celebrate Christmas and look at our own Christmas traditions.

In ICT, we will be using the IPad to support our learning in Mathematics and using programmable toys in our topic work.

 

Expressive Arts and Design – We will enjoy role play activities linked to our focused stories starting with a Train Station!  We will be making spells and potions in our outside mud kitchen linked to our story Room on the Broom.

 

We will be very busy learning songs for our Christmas Production ‘It’s a baby!’

Performances are on Wednesday 6th December (during the day) and an evening performance on Thursday 7th December we look forward to seeing you in the audience.

During our visit to Perlethorpe (Wednesday 13th December)  we will be creating Christmas crafts using natural materials and retelling the Christmas Story.

 

Perlethorpe - Bethlehem Experience December 2017

Welcome to Class Oak 2017/18               

 

 

We hope that you have all had a lovely summer and are ready to begin your learning journey in Class Oak.

 

In the first few weeks our topic is called Marvellous Me. We will be finding out about each other’s interests and talking about our families. Please remember to bring in your holiday memory bag to share with your friends and your ‘All about me' book.

 

We will be finding out what we know in Literacy and Mathematics with activities related to Marvellous Me. Some of the stories that we will enjoy reading include, Kippers Birthday, the Large Family stories and discovering the Oxford Reading Tree family in preparation for reading books.

We will learn how to use our indoor and outdoor learning areas and follow class and school expectations, to ensure we have a happy learning environment.

 

On Tuesday 12th September at 5pm, we would like to invite all parents and carers to a Phonics and Handwriting meeting. We will discuss how reading and writing is taught in Class Oak, so that you can support and encourage your child at home.

Reception Information Sheet

Welcome back to Summer Term 2 2017

This half term our topic is 'What is a reflection?

 

What is a reflection?

Throughout our topic we will be exploring questions such as 'Why can I see myself in a puddle?' , 'Are a butterfly's wings the same?' and 'What is a reflection?'

In the first week we will be observing children's interests and finding out what they already know about reflections. The children will be introduced to the following interests: reflections, mirrors, photography, symmetry and portraits.

Summer Term 1 2017

Why do ladybirds have spots?’

 

Throughout our topic we will be exploring questions such as ‘why do ladybirds have spots?’ and ‘why do spiders spin webs?’

In the first week, we will be observing children’s interests and finding out what they already know about minibeasts.  The children will be introduced to the following interests: minibeasts in the local environment, similarities and differences, growth and change, patterns and colour and plants and flowers.  We will be developing our class minibeast garden to support our learning.

 

We will be continuing to focus on ‘Talk for writing’ this half term and how being able to retell a story through words and actions can enhance and develop our story writing. The children’s learning will be developed through the stories of The Bad Tempered Ladybird, The Very Hungry Caterpillar and What the ladybird heard.

 

Year 1 children will also be learning about the water cycle in their science sessions.

 

P.E continues to be on a Wednesday morning and our focus is Outdoor games. We will be working cooperatively to play small team games as well as developing our moving and handling skills with rackets and balls, and developing our spatial awareness in running and chasing games.

 

 

 

Reading

Remember to try and read as many times as possible each week and please ensure you sign the home school reading diary each time. Each half term we count the number of reads for each child. Gold, silver and bronze reading certificates are awarded at the end of each half term as part of the reading challenge.

Year One homework

 Home work for Year one children will continue to be set weekly so please can children bring in their red homework folders on a Wednesday. Homework tasks this half term will be weekly spellings and maths. Maths will alternate between a sheet and Mathletics activities online.

High Frequency Word Lists - Year R are currently working on being able to read Phase 3 and 4 words and spell phase 2 and 3 words.

Spring Term 2 2017

Welcome back to the new spring Term.

We hope you have all had a good break and are ready for another exciting topic!

This half term our topic is 'Will you read me a story?'

 

What did Jack find at the top of the beanstalk? Will Cinderella get to go to the ball? Which is your favourite fairy tale? Which fairy tale character would you like to be?

We will explore these questions and more in this magical project about fairy tales, goodies and baddies!

The children will be introduced to the following interests and areas of learning. These will include

  • fairy tales
  • goodies and baddies
  • homes and castles
  • magic and fantasy
  • writing and telling stories

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

 

We hope you have had a fantastic Christmas filled with lots of fun. Happy New Year and welcome back.

This term we will continue to explore the season of Winter which we looked at briefly before the festive break.

We will be helping Teasel write a very important book for Bramble and the other sleeping creatures to describe the wonderful winter wonderland. 

 

We will explore the winter weather and look at the similarities and differences between the current season and that of Autumn. We will create winter landscapes using different media and materials. We will look at snow, ice and frost and look at freezing and melting. We will also explore how animals such as polar bears, penguins, seals and birds have adapted to live in colder climates and how they survive during the cold weather.

We will then move on to explore - What happens when we fall asleep? We will investigate:

 

Why are there stars in the sky at night?

Does everyone go to bed at the same time?

 

We will answer these questions and more as the children’s interests and curiosity guides us through our topic. As a starting point we will investigate:

 

Bedtime routines

The moon and stars

Nocturnal animals

People who work at night

The importance of sleep and rest.

Reading, Sight words and Spellings.

 

Please continue to read with your child at home as this makes a huge difference, please also continue to practise sight words with your child. Please send your child’s word packets into school with their reading diaries so your child can change their reading book daily and we can update their sight words regularly. If your child can read their sight words then they could learn how to spell them.

 

Year 1 will receive maths homework (on Mathletics or given as sheets in the homework folder) and spellings each week on a Wednesday. Spelling tests will also be completed in school on a Thursday using the previous week’s spellings your child’s score will be recorded in their reading diary on a Friday.

AUTUMN 

During this next term we will be exploring the Season of Autumn.  

Why do leaves change colour? Why do squirrels hide their nuts? Why do animals hibernate?

We will answer these questions and more as we investigate and find out about the colourful season of Autumn and the lives of woodland animals.

  

We will then move on to prepare for Christmas, writing letters to Father Christmas, making decorations and cards and learning about the Birth of Jesus.

WELCOME

 

Autumn 1 - Marvellous Me!

 

This half term we will be settling into full time school and new routines. We will be exploring our new learning environment and getting to know each other, we will be learning about our feelings, about our bodies and exploring our senses.  The children will drive our topic through their own fascinations and ideas as well as being introduced to the following: 

 

How many fingers and How many toes? 

Exploring different letter sounds - My name begins with ....

Self Portraits

Action Songs

How I have changed - Look at me and what I can do

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transition into Class Oak September 2016 Booklet

Traditional Stories - Retelling Stories

Outdoor Learning Day - Scavenger Hunt, Blossom Transient Art, Tidying the class garden, Natural Material Mobiles

Exploring 2D and 3D Shape

Welcome back to Spring Term 2 2016

This half term our topic is called 'Will you read me a story?'

Was the Big Bad Wolf really so bad?

How many bowls of porridge did Goldilocks eat?

We will answer these questions and more, planning from the children's interests and fascinations in this magical project all about fairy tales. The children will be introduced to the following interests and areas of learning. These will include:

  • fairy tales and traditional tales
  • goodies and baddies
  • homes and castles
  • magic and fantasy
  • writing, reading, retelling and acting out stories.

 

 

 

Celebrating Chinese New Year

Winter Activities - Making Bird Food,Binoculars, Measuring the Penguins and finding out who is as tall as an Emperor Penguin!

Elsa has frozen the Lego People - How can we free them?

Transient Art - Creating a Winter Picture using a variety of materials

Welcome back to Spring Term 2016!

 

This half term our topic is called Where Does Snow Go?  This topic will stimulate children's curiosity, knowledge and imagination about snow and the winter season.  The children will drive our topic through their own fascinations and ideas as well as being introduced to the following interests and areas of learning.  These will include;

  • Exploring seasonal changes
  • Creating wintery landscapes using a variety of media and materials.
  • Investigating the properties of snow, ice and frost and further exploring melting and how to free our frozen friends. 
  • Learning about hibernation and woodland creatures during winter time.
  • Learning how to care for the birds at winter time.
  • Finding out how a range of animals have adapted to live in colder climates, such as polar bears, penguins, seals and birds and how their features help them to survive in the cold.

 

In R.E our area of learning is 'Special Jewish and Christian Stories'.  This unit enables the children to explore ideas about God, and investigate the Jewish and Christian stories of creation, Moses, Daniel and David & Goliath. The week beginning 8th February we will be celebrating Chinese New Year. 

 

In P.E we will be developing our Gymnastic skills using the floor area and large apparatus.  We will become familiar with gymnastic positions and perform sequences with control and coordination.

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