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A warm welcome back to school and the start of Spring Term 1.

We hope you have all had a lovely Christmas and that Father Christmas came to visit!

We will be starting a new theme this term entitled, 'From A to B'. Within this theme we will be looking in detail at how transport has changed through the ages.

We will look at the history of cars, George Stephenson and trains, a history of flight and compare the past, present and future.

We have also planned a trip to the National Railway Museum in York during Spring Term 1 to develop the children's understanding into the lives of significant people who have contributed to national and international achievements, including George Stevenson.

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In English, we have linked our class text to our theme and will be reading the book, 'I am Amelia Earhart' by Brad Meltzer. The children will learn about the amazing life of the first woman to fly across the Atlantic. Image result for i am amelia earhart

Science will involve looking at, 'Everyday Materials' this term.Image result for everyday materials

Children in Year 2 will identify and name a range of materials, including wood, metal, plastic, glass, brick, rock, paper and cardboard and suggest why a material might or might not be used for a specific job.

They will have the opportunity to explore how shapes can be changed by squashing, bending, twisting and stretching.

Year 1 children will investigate naming wood, plastic, glass, metal, water and rock.

They will have the opportunity to describe the properties of everyday materials and group objects based on the materials they are made from.



We will provide a weekly update of the coverage in maths this term on this website page and Facebook.  


Below is an outline of some of the subjects/activities that take place during a normal week: 

Monday- Indoor PE Gymnastics

Tuesday- Library day

Wednesday- Indoor PE Dance

Thursday- Spellings test

Friday- New spellings sent home

            Outdoor PE - Athletics


Weekly Notice

Spring Term 1

Week 1 (w/c -1/1/18)

In maths this week we will be covering the following:

Year 1 - Unit :Addition and subtraction

Addition by counting on, finding and making number bonds.

Year 2 -  Unit: Scales

Temperature and reading scales in 1's, 2's, 5's and 10's.

Week 2 (w/c- 8-1-18)

Year 1 - Adding my making 10.
Problem solving using their knowledge of adding to make 10.
Subtracting numbers that do not cross 10....
Subtracting numbers that cross 10.

Year 2 - Time- How many minutes are in an hour? How many hours in a day?
Telling the time using o’clock/ half past/quarter past and quarter to.


Week 3 (w/c- 15 -1-18)

Year 1 - Unit- Addition and subtraction

Subtracting numbers - crossing 10, related subraction and addition facts and comparing number sentences within 20.

Year 2 - Time

Solving problems using time, telling the time to the nearest 5 minutes and comparing and sequencing intervals of time.

Week 4 (w/c - 22-1-18)

Year 1 - Counting to 50 forwards and backwards, beginning with 0 or 1. or from any number. Represent numbers in tens and ones in a variety of ways.

Year 2 - Consolidating time.
Doubling and halving.


Week 5 ( w/c- 29-1-18)

Year 1 - Finding one more and one less of a given number, comparing objects and numbers to 50 using the language of greater than, less than and equal to.
Year 2 - Using the inverse of addition and subtraction to check calculations, solving missing numbers problems and completing a practise SATs paper.

Week 6 ( w/c - 5-2-18)

Year 1 - Writing numbers 1-20 in words
Comparing numbers within 50.
Ordering numbers within 50
Counting in 2s
Counting in 5s
Year 2 - Investigating how addition can be done in any order although subtraction cannot.
Recalling and using multiplication facts and division facts for the 2, 5 and 10 multiplication tables to solve problems.
Showing that the multiplication of two numbers can be done in any order and division of one number by another cannot.
Using estimation to check calculations.












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