All details concerning learning this year will appear here on this page.
Please keep looking as more information is made available particularly spelling lists and project homework that will be linked this term to our whole school theme, 'The Great, The Bold and The Brave'.
As part of our whole school topic, we will be looking at the medieval period. As I mentioned on the letter sent home with the children yesterday, if you or your children have any items relating to our topic we would love to see them!
In English we will be covering recounts, myths and legends, poetry and narratives. In Maths we will begin by revisiting place value, before moving on to addition and subtraction using the column method. Later on in the term we will be covering multiplication and division with a brief look into measurement, length and perimeter.
The plan in science will be focused on biology, specifically looking at different living things and their habitats before moving on to various animals (including humans).
RE will be investigating Jesus, checking our understanding of who he was and what we can learn from him. In computing we will be reminding the children about being safe on the internet, before looking at how we can represent statistics using different computer programs.
In PE we will be beginning with netball (whilst we still have some lovely weather) before moving on to gymnastics later in the term.
I will be adding a copy of the children's timetable to our class page by the end of this week, which will show what day we will be doing PE. Just as a quick reminder of PE kit, the children will need;
I will also add a copy of the spelling overview for the term, that I sent home yesterday attached to our class letter.
If you have any queries or questions please either use the email option below or pop into Maple Class at the end of the day!
To develop a lifelong love of learning and valuable life skills, we aim to support every child to develop a positive learning and life approach. As part of this, you will increasingly become aware of the characteristics of PRIME.
Nelson (our school mascot) accompanies and illustrates each strand of this.
I attach a 'poster' to identify each of the characteristics of PRIME which we will be aiming to develop in every child during their time at Ruishton school. Please see below.
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