Teacher: Ms Walker
Support Staff: Mrs Dias and Mrs Sullivan
Here you will be able to find out lots of information about what we have been getting up to and what we have planned to come.
Children read and work on their comprehension skills everyday. We ask that parents comment in the children’s reading records so that we know how they are getting on at home.
According to the new curriculum, the reading comprehension objectives for KS1 are mainly split into four question categories:
2. Inference / Relate
3. Language for Effect
4. Themes, Structures and Conventions
Here are some examples of Questions you might like to use whilst reading with your child.
Who was the storyteller? How do you know?
Which is your favourite part? Why?
Predict what you think is going to happen next. Why do you think this?
Who would you like to meet most in the story? Why?
Is this a place you could visit? Why/why not?
What do you think would happen next if the story carried on?
How is the main character feeling at the start/middle/end of the story?
Were you surprised by the ending? Is it what you expected? Why/why not?
Have you ever been in a similar situation to the character? What happened?
How would you have felt in the same situation?
What would you have done differently to the character in the book?
How would you feel if you were treated in the same way as the main character?
What did the story make you think of?
In English we have been learning about explanation text, this is some of our fantastic writing about the Moon.
In Science we have been learning about habitats.
Habitats can be massive, habitats can be small, they can be dry, they can be wet, they can be hot or very cold.
Look at the pictures below and answer the following questions
What are the features of this habitat?
What would live here?
How would it survive?
Here are some Power points to remind you of our class discussions on Habitats.
In RE our Big Question has been
Why do we need books?
Why is the Bible so important?
This is some of our work….
Have you been using Mathletics to help you improve your maths skills?
PE days – Monday and Wednesday
Street Dance- Thursday
On this page you will find updated information about what we have been doing each term.
Please click on the link below to view our curriculum map for the year 2016-2017.