Welcome back, Dormice!
I hope you have a fantastic Christmas break and a very happy New Year! Our Spring term topic is ‘Fire! Fire!' based on The Great Fire of London. We will be reading and writing diaries based upon Samuel Pepys’ as well as investigating all the events of the 1666 fire in History alongside what life was during the period compared to 2020. In Maths, we will be continuing to look at column addition and subtraction as well as money, multiplication and fractions. Our topic will allow us to conduct scientific investigations regarding materials and heat, plus investigating materials and their suitability, such as how waterproof different materials are. This will feed into our D&T projects as we create products, items and houses. In RE we will explore the question: Why does Easter matter to Christians?
On this page you will find:
- Home-learning grid for Spring 1
- Spelling lists Spring 1
- Topic grid for ‘Fire! Fire!'
- PE days – Thursday and Friday. Please make sure your child’s PE kit is in school on a Monday morning. Kits will come home on Friday.
- Home Folders – Will go home and need to come back into school every day. Please ensure you are reading with your child regularly at home!
- Home Learning to be in by Tuesday each week. Home learning activities will be part of the home learning pack or will be sent home on a Friday. Please see the grid for changes for this half-term.
- Spelling books should come into school ready for Friday spelling tests.
- Allergy information for Dormice class can be found below.
Thank you for your continued support.
Miss Etheridge, Mrs Allsop, Mrs Bennett and Mrs Monks
Dormice Class Teachers
IMPORTANT ALLERGY INFORMATION
In order to safeguard all of our children, please take a moment to review the poster at the bottom of this page, which contains all of the current allergens in Dormice class. Please take these allergies into consideration when sending your children in with lunches, snacks or treats. Nuts are prohibited across the whole school.
This poster is also displayed on the classroom door.
Thank you in advance for your co-operation.