Welcome to Robins 2019 - 2020
Our class teacher is Mrs Howell and our TA is Mrs Hynes. We welcome Mrs Picton for part of the week.
Welcome back to the Summer Term!
Please head over to the Learn page where you will find daily activities for Reading, Writing, Maths, Phonics and other subjects that you can support your child with and upload the work for us to see. Please also keep sending in photos of other things that you have been doing at home so that I can post them on the Show and Tell page. Thank you to all the grown ups who are helping to support the children during this strange time and to all the children who are continuing to work hard.
Below are some examples of the wonderful work that has been sent in this week.
Our updated curriculum map can be found here. PLEASE NOTE - This has been updated on 19th September 2019
Our parent letter can be found here
The timetable can be found here
The afternoon timetable is subject to change in order to fit all of the curriculum in. There may also be changes in the timetable due to one-off curriculum led days.
PE is on a Tuesday and Wednesday this term. Please ensure PE kit is named and children have trainers for when we go out on the field or playground.
Please listen to your child read at least five times per week and note in their reading record.
Mrs Lock will be teaching the class on Thursday mornings in term one and Thursday afternoons in term two.
Phonics. Please find the tricky word and high frequency word lists here. These are words that children need to read and spell by the end of Year 1.
We are currently revising Phase 3 - please find the phonemes here
We will be moving onto Phase 4 after half term.
Please find useful information about Phase 4 and 5 here.
Homework - Children received their first homework on Friday which is due in on Tuesday. Unless stated otherwise, this will always be the case. It will usually consist of spellings/phonics and either Maths or English.
Some photos of the children's learning.
Over the past few weeks, Robins have been having fun when going on an Autumn walk, using Matisse as an inspiration to complete some cross curricular art, learning some French and remembering those hurt or fallen in wars.