Welcome to Class 1!
This term our topics will be 'Under the Sea' and 'Summer'.
In our Talk for Writing activities we will be learning about 'The Enormous Turnip'. We will also be taking part in lots of activities related to the class topic which will be about the sea and the seaside.
In our maths activities, we will be developing our problem solving skills. We will also be developing our mathematical vocabulary in relation to positional language and 3D shape.
This term our topics will be Fire! Fire! and People Who Help Us .
We will be learning about many different things this term including 'People Who Help Us' and different occupations. We will also be learning about different types of materials. Our class 'Talk for Writing' story will be The Three Little Pigs. In Mathematics we will be focusing on numeral recognition and our calculating skills as well as learning new mathematical vocabulary related to size, length and height.
This half term we have been settling in to school and learning about the school and class routines. We have been having lots of fun learning our class story 'We're Going on a Bear Hunt' and drawing our own story maps!
We have been on listening walks in the school environment and we have also now started our Read Write Inc. lessons.
We have also been learning about numbers and shapes this half term and we enjoyed creating 2D shapes using natural resources in our outdoor area.
We are looking forward to another fun filled half term which will also include learning our Christmas Nativity!
We hope that you have all had a lovely summer holiday!
The start of the Autumn term is always an exciting time in Class 1 as we welcome our new children to St Georges for the start of their school journey.
We are looking forward to welcoming you all next week and beginning to explore our class topic which will be ‘All about me’.
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