Welcome back Tiger Class! We hope you have had a lovely Christmas break.
Our new topic is SUPERHEROES!
Within this topic the children will be answering the following questions:
Who is Neil Armstrong? Who is Amelia Earheart? What is a comic strip? What is a superhero? What is an algorithm? How can I ensure I can eat healthily? What is a fair test? How can I make a pop-up book? What are the features of a Christian church? What is suspense? How can I make suspenseful music?
Please see our Term 3 News Letter for more information about our learning this term –
We will be exploring a range of stories linked to superheroes in our English lessons, creating our own superhero pop-up books in our Design and Technology lessons and making healthy superhero energy bars as part of our Science learning on healthy living.
Dates for you diary –
Thursday 1st February – school trip to the cinema to see a superhero themed film.
Thursday 8th February – Fabulous finish event ‘SUPERHERO DAY’. Children will be invited to dress up as superheroes for the day and we will be creating superhero masks.
We hope you enjoyed our Fabulous Finish last term. Mr Etheridge did a fantastic job taking on the role of Samuel Pepys and starting the fire.
Key class information
Class teacher Monday to Thursday – Mrs Rushton
Class teacher Friday – Miss Hurley-Gale
Learning Support Assistant – Mrs Palmer
Homework – Out on Monday, returned on Friday.
Spellings – Out on Monday, tested on Friday.
PE – Thursday and Friday afternoon.
Phonics is an important part of the Key Stage One Curriculum and supports spelling in year two. There are lots of interactive and fun games children can access on the website below –
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