Wow! The Summer flew by in a blink and here we are again looking forward to delving into a shared phase 3 and 4 text 'A Child of books'. Over the first couple of weeks we will be applying cross curricular links to the book and hopefully producing some aspirational written and art work.
Throughout the Autumn term we will be focussing on a history based topic covering the Vikings. A topic flyer can be downloaded at the bottom of the page. Later in the term we will host a parents' assembly to showcase our learning so look out for the date for that.
The children will be looking at the digestive system through science lessons and there is a practical task coming up which never fails to impress. Look out for the photographs!
We can't wait to get started.
Look out for update on our Twitter account which can be accessed through the parent news tab. We will be updating you regularly with pictures and news from our learning in school.
As ever, Please ensure that the new Home School record books are in school every day as they will be used to communicate homework as well as reading. All children have access to The Reading Cloud (information under the Learning for Life tab) and have the opportunity to have a reading book from here. Please have them record the book and the pages they read each night in their reading record and sign weekly.
An updated copy of the timetable for 4DT Autumn 1 is attached below, along with important information for this Half Term. All children will be issued with usernames and passwords for Education City, Espresso and Sumdog and they are encouraged to have a go at objectives covered in class.
We are looking forward to another busy final half term!
Mrs Thomas and Miss Phung
- PE: The children will have out door PE on a Tuesday and Wednesday. This Half Term will the focus will be invasion games. Please ensure that the children have suitable out door kits for when the weather turns colder.
- Parents' evening: Wednesday 24th and Thuesday 25th October
- Values: This half term we will be looking at Respect.