We are looking forward to showcasing some of our Ancient Egyptian work with you on Tuesday the 5th of December at 2:30pm.
From this Wednesday, the 29th of November, your child will be issued with a spelling book, their weekly spellings will be stuck in each week to bring home and practice. Your child can use the page the spellings are on to practice, this could be: Writing sentences that contain that word. Using the look, say, cover, write, check method, or just simply practicing writing the words. I hope that this will help with the issue of lost spelling sheets. They will need to bring it in each Wednesday to have their new spellings stuck in, ready to be tested the following week.
Autumn term 2 homework
This term we are learning all about the Ancient Egyptians. Your homework this term is to present in a style of your choice a project based around pyramids. This could be done using a literacy focus, by writing instructions about how to build one, or a descriptive or historical piece of writing. You could make a model out of a material of your choice. You could research and present information about what they were built for. The choice is yours, as long as you have tried your best and it is based on Pyramids! We love receiving the projects back into school, we all learn a lot from them.
Please could you bring in your projects by the 11th of December.
Welcome to Bumblebee Class
Bumblebee Class is taught by Mrs Baxter on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesday mornings and Miss Puttock on Wednesday afternoons, Thursdays and Fridays.
PE will be taking place on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Please see below for this years Long Term Planning.
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How We Teach Reading
In Bumblebee class the children read a variety of selected texts in a guided group sessions with Mrs Baxter or Miss Puttock and individual readers are heard by an adult at various intervals throughout the term.
We expect the children to read at home every day, either with an adult or on their own and ask that their reading diary is signed by an adult to show that they have read. The children are able to change their reading books whenever they have finished reading them.