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Mrs Jones teaches Green Class.
Mrs Rowe and Mrs Herbert are our Teaching Assistants.
PE is on Mondays and Fridays.
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Term 6 Curriculum Letter 2017
Welcome back to our final term in Year 1
Now summer is finally here, our attention switches to the natural world with our topic “How Does Your Garden Grow?”
As it will be hopefully getting warmer please could you remember to send your child to school with a water bottle and apply sun cream before they arrive at school. Please also send them with a light coat, just in case the weather should suddenly turn.
Year One Phonics Screening
This will be taking place in the week beginning 12th June.
Throughout Year 1 your child will continue to develop their reading skills. Teachers will spend some time each day on dedicated phonic work to help your child read individual words. This is supported by teacher led guided sessions once a week for each child. It is important that you hear your child read regularly. Children should now be writing their own comments in their reading diary. Please encourage your child to take pride in their diary by writing in a pencil rather than ink pens and ruling off when they have finished a book.
Unfortunately, our usual educational visit destinations have been unable to accommodate us this year. Mr Rotavator from Batsford has hung up his dungarees and the education officer from Nature in Art is on maternity leave and her replacement was unable to welcome Year 1 as a year group on one day. Instead, we will be exploring and investigating the natural world at Robinswood Nature Reserve on Wednesday 12th July. More details will follow. We are planning a Nature and Art enrichment week (10th-13th July), when we will be working on science and art activities linked to our garden topic.
Science ‘How does your garden grow?’
In science, we will be learning about plant growth, identifying the parts of a plant and recognising how different plants can be used in foods. We will be using the school grounds for a nature day when pupils will go pond dipping and make sand sculptures of the mini-beasts they find in the nature area.
PE Games & Competitive sport - athletics
The children will be taking part in games, and dance sessions this term. They will respond to music and work together to create country dancing style routines. Children will develop overarm throwing skills in games sessions. The skills and actions will then be applied to simple games. Sports Day is due to be on the morning of Friday 14th July at Charlton Kings Junior School. We will be doing more PE outside this term so please could you ensure that your child’s plimsolls fit comfortably.
ICT Creating films
We are enjoying being able to use ICT to support a range of subjects. We will be planning and filming a cookery programme linked to our DT project. Move over Jamie Oliver!
Art Materials & Monet
Linked to our growing and garden topic, we will be learning about one of the most famous gardens in the art world, Monet’s garden at Giverney. We will also be learning about Van Gogh’s Sunflowers pictures and colour mixing to create versions of our own.
We will be planning and creating green salads in DT, considering the importance of healthy eating and practicing basic skills such as chopping and slicing.
We will be thinking about relationships and responsibilities as we grow older and continuing to think about how to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Please label all items of clothing with your child’s name this will help us to reunite owners with their property rather than it piling up in our lost property boxes.
If your child has been sick or had an upset tummy, please make sure they do not return to school for 48 hours. Children are constantly reminded of the importance of washing their hands before eating and after going to the toilet. If possible please inform the school office if your child is going to be absent due to illness.
We have one last opportunity to visit your child’s Year One Classroom. On the 5th July it will be our final Wednesday Wander of the year, and also, you get to go to the classroom your child will be in next year when they are in Year Two.
We look forward to sharing your child’s development with you when their written reports are issued in July. Until then, if you ever have any queries or anxieties regarding any aspect of your child’s school life please see us as soon as they arise so that we can find solutions together.
Mrs Jones Miss Weyman Mr Bracey