We hope you have had a lovely break over half term.
What are we learning about this term?
Our topic is ‘Emergency Services 999’.
English: The Literacy Tree
‘Stanley’s Stick’ by John Hegley and Neal Layton
‘Dinosaurs and All That Rubbish’ by Michael Foreman
‘The Minpins’ by Roald Dahl
‘The Great Fire of London’ by Emma Adams and James Weston Lewis.
‘The Owl and The Pussy Cat’ by Edward Lear and Charlotte Voake.
Shape consolidation, fractions, recapping and consolidation
Geometry- symmetry, identifying and sorting shapes, fractions, recapping and consolidation.
Science: Labelling parts of the body; the importance of good hand washing; keeping healthy – exercising, ‘5 a day’, water, brushing teeth and the life cycle of a human.
History: The Great Fire of London – if you have any books at home, please do send them in!
Geography: UK countries and capital cities; town, village and city differences; landmarks in London; street names, postcodes and road signs.
Religious Education: Christianity - The Easter story.
Art: Painting, chalk picture making, collage making and card making.
Music: Making up a whole class Fire composition and singing a wide range of songs.
Personal, Social, and Health Education: Jigsaw Scheme – ‘Healthy Me’.
Physical Education: Multi-skills and Dance.
Design and Technology: Science Week Challenge - Make a rainforest tree that will withstand challenges, and collage making.
Computing: Making a Fire Safety Rules poster and a 999 Emergency Procedure bookmark.
Please could your child bring in People who help us/ Emergency Services/ Great Fire of London themed pictures, posters, toys, models and books to share and talk about with the class?
Thank you very much.