Robin Class

Termly Newsletter

Dear Parents/Carers

Spring Term Information

This term we will be exploring the theme of ‘Amazing Me’. This topic will provide the children with a large variety of learning opportunities which will enable the children to develop their understanding of how to live a healthy lifestyle, caring effectively for themselves and the world around them. In DT we will be focusing on being healthy, following instructions to make fruit kebabs.

The topic this term will be a science based topic. The children will be learning about the basic needs humans and other animals. They will then learn more about the different parts of their bodies and will compare it to the structure of animals’ bodies.

Full details of the topic are available in the planning underneath.

If your children have any toys or books related to the topic that they would like to show to the class, then that would be fantastic.

Every day checklist:

  • Book bag
  • Reading book and record
  • Coat

Weather – All children will need a coat in school (which needs to be labelled with their name) as we will be accessing the outdoor area in all weathers.

Reading – Books will be changed on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Please ensure that reading diaries are completed to show when you have read with your child and how many pages you have read. Book bags need to be in school every day, with reading books inside, so that we can change books and update their words.

The children have P.E on a Monday and Thursday. Please ensure that your child has a PE kit in school.

Please do not hesitate to come and speak to me if you need any more information or have any questions.

Miss Becky Duncan

Curriculum

Medium term plan English S2

Medium Term Plan Maths S2

Curriculum Plan – Amazing Me S2

For children in Reception, we are using ‘Learning Book‘ to record the steps of progress that they make.  As parents, you can also record things that your child is doing at home and share them with the staff.  For a log-in for your child’s ‘learning book’ page, please speak to Miss Duncan.