Week commencing 9.10.17
We had a fantastic time on our first seasons day about autumn. We looked at seed dispersal, went bird watching, completed an eye-spy challenge and we made some bird feeders.
We are looking forward to our next seasons day in the winter!
Our key learning this week:
This week in English we are learning about recounts. We will be end the week by completing our first big write which will be about our trip to Rutland Water.
In maths this week we are beginning to look at addition. We will be partitioning numbers and then adding single digits together.
In topic we are continuing to look at where we live the different geographical features of where we live. We are going to begin looking at a contrasting place to where we live and the differences and similarities.
In art we are planning and making puppets of ourselves.
Please can all children have trainers and PE kit in school everyday.
We are going on a walk around Oakham on Monday 25th September. If any parents are available to accompany us for the morning please can you let Miss Wilkinson know.
We are going to Rutland Water on Monday 9th October. If any parents are available to accompany us for the day please can you let Miss Wilkinson know.
Thursday 12th October - RE workshop at St. Josephs
Friday 13th October - Harvest Liturgy 9.15am and school closes.
Must do at home, please: (reviewed termly)
By the end of keystage 1 children are expected to be able to read and spell these words.
Please ensure children are reading at least 3 times a week at home and that this is recorded in their reading record.
Please use the bookmark your children have to support their reading. Click here to view online.
Additional ways to support your child/book lists:
Read Write Inc.
We use the phonics scheme Read Write Inc. at English Martrys. This PowerPoint presentation explains how it works.
Please click here for worksheets to help with formation of letters to practice with your child at home.
Homework Expectations – Year 1
Homework will be set every Friday and should be returned by the following Wednesday. Pupils are expected to complete all set tasks.
Additionally, children must read and record their reading in their diaries at least three times each week.
Work in their homework books is expected to be of the same standard as work in school, with neat handwriting, diagrams in pencil and care take to include appropriate punctuation and good spelling.
House points will be awarded for good work each week.