Class Teacher: Miss S Davies
PPA Teacher: Mrs R Micklewright
Support staff: Miss E Prothero
This is one of the most important skills and a big focus for our school. Reading is used for every subject in school and vital for life! You should aim to read every night for 10/15 minutes and can do this by using our class log in details for tons of free books on Oxford Owl https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/.
You can bring your own healthy snack (fruit or vegetable sticks) to school to eat at playtime.
Please make sure your school uniform has your name on it. Don't forget your coat! This is to make sure that there are no mix-ups, or if you lose your jumper, it can be returned to you as soon as possible.
Homework will be given out weekly via Class Dojo. Once the children have completed the homework tasks they'll receive extra homework dojo points!
Summer Term 2021
This term our topic is 'Globetrotting'.
As part of our topic we will be exploring various hot and cold countries with contrasting localities. We will also be learning about the 'Seven Wonders of the World' and various famous landmarks across the globe. Please see below for further information regarding what we will be covering in each subject area.
Language, Literacy & Communication:
Using the internet to research and gather information on different countries.
Writing persuasive letters.
Creating travel brochures and leaflets.
Writing setting descriptions using a range of writing techniques including: similes and metaphors.
We will also be practicing our spellings, handwriting joins and completing our daily GGR activities.
Maths & Numeracy:
Selecting and using standard of units of measure, including estimating.
Ordering and comparing items up to £100.
Calculating change from totals of £10.
Halving 3 digit numbers in the context of money.
Ordering numbers from -10 and 10.
Extracting and interpreting information from timetables.
Taking temperature readings using thermometers.
Science & Technology, Humanities, Expressive arts & Health & Well-being:
Investigating how light and sound travels.
Comparing and contrasting various countries.
Exploring art from different cultures.
Locating countries and contents on maps.
Comparing hot and cold climates.
Earth day and World Environment day celebrations.
Important Welsh Questions
Beth ydy dy enw di? - What is your name?
Sut wyt ti'n teimlo?- How is the weather?
Ble rwyt ti’n byw?- Where do you live?
Faint ydy dy oed di?- How old are you?
Beth wyt ti’n wisgo? - What are you wearing?
Sut mae’r tywydd? - How is the weather?
Ydy hi’n heulog?- Is it sunny?
Miss S Davies