Welcome to lower KS2 page, this will be updated each week with all the things that you will need to know about school. We will also send out messages via our app.
Summer term SPELLINGS:
This website ‘Spelling Frame’ is great for helping you to practice your spelling rule each week:
Year 3 – Multiplication and division, Measurement – money, Statistics.
This week we have been learning to tell the time to the nearest minute.
Try this game to test your skills, and keep practicing at home!
These are the times table songs we have been singing in class:
Year 3 Maths Homework:
Mrs Ellis/Mrs Wood and Mrs Pope’s Maths groups homework: appropriate probes sheets for times tables are being sent home this half term for pupils to complete. These should be completed and handed in by Wednesday. They will be tested on Thursdays.
Children who are not completing their homework at home will be asked to do it on a Wednesday lunchtime
These are the timestables we are currently working on in class:
Year 4 – Multiplication and division, Measurement – area, Fractions.
Reading and writing based on the book ‘One Plastic Bag‘ by Miranda Paul. A true story of the recycling women of Njau, in the Gambia.
Topic – our Geography/History focus this term is ‘Our Local Area-How and why is it changing?’ – The children will reflect on the different causes and consequences of changes in our environment and consider whether we might benefit or be affected negatively by them.
Can anyone identify the boys (now men in their 80’s) in this picture? Boys football team 1947
Do you have any information or old photographs about the school which will show the children how it has changed?
This game is great for learning the countries of the world – World Large Countries Map
Science – during the Summer term we are finding out about ‘Rocks and Soils’ then ‘States of Matter’.
This is the song we learnt to remember the 4 stages of the Water Cycle:
Thank you to all the parents and grandparents who attended our last Activity Cafe.
The children really enjoyed looking at books and writing poetry.
Here are the links that Mrs Garrod recommended during her informative talk:
THURSDAY 1ST MARCH WAS WORLD BOOK DAY!
HERE IS A LINK TO SOME AUTHORS READING FROM THEIR LATEST BOOKS…. TAKE A LOOK: