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Welcome to Elder Class  - Mrs Williams

Hi everyone,

Well, we are 4 weeks in now and the children have settled back into our school routines fantastically - coping well with the new restrictions. I am so proud of hw hard they are working - long may it continue!

Have a read through the welcome letter and curriculum overview to see all the exciting things we have planned for them in the Autumn term.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to get in touch with me by telephoning the office to make an appointment.  The support you give is essential for your child's progress and the closer we can work together the better it will be for them. 

Kind regards

Mrs Williams

 

Some useful websites, resources and links:

https://spellingframe.co.uk - Spelling Frame - A great, interactive website to give you chance to practise your spellings in a variety of different ways.

https://cospaces.io/edu/ - A useful computing link to explore virtual reality. Please use the code 'C78CC' to access the Elder Tree Class Page.

https://ttrockstars.com/ - Times Table Rockstars. Use this website to practise your times tables, battle with your band mates and keep your arithmetic skills up to scratch!

 

 

MATHS

The children will develop their maths skills following the White Rose Maths scheme working in smaller than class size groups with either myself, Mr Ellis or Mrs Wilding. They will improve their understanding of the written methods for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division alongside consolidating their understanding of place value in the first term.

Useful Documents

ENGLISH

This term we will be reading the books 'Cloud Monkeys' by Mal Peet and Elspeth Graham and 'The Princess' Blanket' by Carol Ann Duffy. We will be using these two fabulous stories to stimulate the children's interest and develop their writing skills. We will be focusing closely on using a wide variety of sentence structures and punctuation and our understanding of gramamtical terms.

Click on the images to listen to the stories.

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WIDER CURRIICULUM

Science:

We will start the year with our Forces topic and the children will learn about types of forces such as gravity, friction, water resistance and air resistance. Children will also learn about the use of mechanisms such as levers, gears and pulleys.  We will then move onto our Earth and Space topic and the children will learn about the different planets, the Sun, the Moon and how the rotation of the Earth causes night and day.

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Geography:

Where on Earth does it come from?  In this topic, the children will explore the UK's trade links, finding out about goods imported and exported and the methods of transport used. 

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History:

Why is Warrington's Rugby team nicknamed The Wires? During this topic, the children will focus on the industrial revolution and its impacts on Warrington.

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CLICK ON THE LINK ABOVE TO TAKE YOU TO THE 'GOOGLE CLASSROOM' LOGIN PAGE.

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Reading:

Please make sure that you read for at least 10 minutes everyday.  This can be your school book, own book, newspapers, comics, shopping list etc and record in your planner.

Spellings:

 Spellings will focus on either a particular spelling rule/pattern or will be taken from the statutory word list and will be taught and practised throughout the week. Tests will take place each Thursday and new lists posted on Google Classroom. 

PE:

The children will have Outdoor PE on a Wednesday and Indoor PE on a Friday this term however, children should have a full kit in school throughout the week, as although we do have set days for these sessions, they may occasionally change.

Homework:

Homework will be set on a Thursday and this should be returned by the following Wednesday.  Homework will consist of a Maths activity and an English activity linked to the unit of work they are covering in class, so they should be able to complete the activity independently. 

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