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Year F

Welcome to Year F's Information Page

 

On this page you will find:

  • Information about our classes
  • A topic map for this term
  • Information about our current learning in school
  • Ways in which you can support your child at home

Class Information

 

In Class 3 you will find Mrs Denise Grant and Miss Chloe Chandler, Class 3's full time LSA.

 

In Class 4 you will find Miss Alison Doidge and Miss Mia Tiltman, Class 4's full time LSA.

 

Both Year F classrooms are supported by two part-time SNA's Mrs Shelley Tiltman and Mrs Suzannah Duke.

Please visit the 'Home Learning' section under the 'Children' tab for more links to phonic and maths games and take a look at 'Year Group Information' under the 'Parents' tab to find out more about our weekly learning.

Current Information

 

Understanding the World

This half term, we are going on a school trip to make our own pizzas. We are also going to Hillier's, to learn about growing and pond dipping, to extend their knowledge of the great outdoors. 

 

English

We will be looking at non-fiction/information books about cooking and growing and changes through the seasons. From this, we will be writing recounts and lists. We will also be looking at the different adventure stories  of "Supertato" and writing our own versions. Through guided reading sessions the children will continue to use their sounds to read simple sentences and answer questions about what they have read. 

 

Maths

This half term, we will be exploring shape space and measure, thinking about weight, capacity, money and length. We will also be looking at sharing and doubling, as well as revisiting addition and subtraction. 

 

Mental Maths

This half term we are revisiting number bonds to 10 and 1 more 1 less to 20. We will also be counting on and back from any given number to 20. 

 

Funky Fingers

We will continue to work on handwriting patterns, then focusing on the cursive letters associated with each pattern. Examples of this can be found in the home learning section on the website.  

 

 

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