Larch

Our teacher is Miss Redmond.

Organisational Information

DayHomework P.E.ReadingOther
Monday

Read at home
Book change
Bring reading book and
reading diary to school
Bring in your named water bottle
Tuesday

Read at home
Bring in your named water bottle
Wednesday

Read at home
Bring in your named water bottle
ThursdayComment and share a picture about your completed child’s learning on Tapestry.
Bring in CGP book.


Read at home
Book change
Bring reading book and
reading diary to school
Bring in your named water bottle
Friday Home work sent out.P.E. lesson Read at home Bring in your named water bottle

Key Dates For Our Class This Term

WeekEvent
01/11/21Science
Monday 1st – Theme launch
Tuesday 2nd – School photos
Friday 5th – Mental Health Support Team in school
08/11/21R.E.
Thursday 11th – Armistice Day
15/11/21Art
Anti-bullying Week

22/11/21D.T.

29/11/21D.T.

06/12/21Music

13/12/21Art
Wednesday 15th – Trip to the pantomime
Thursday 16th – Christmas Lunch/Christmas Jumper Day
Friday 17th – Last day of term

Welcome To Our Class

In Larch Class we will be learning lots of new skills and knowledge. We ensure children achieve their very best in their first full-time year of education and are ready for Key Stage One.

Term Autumn 2

Topic – Oh no it isn’t!

We will be learning all about how to put on a performance and pantomime as a whole school – from designing tickets and creating scenery to making costumes and props.

Week 1 – Science – Can I be an artist?
To notice immediate changes.

Week 2 – R.E. – How do Christians celebrate Christmas?
To begin to know about their own culture and beliefs and those of other people.

Week 3 – Art – Can I become an artist for a pantomime?
To be able to name the three primary colours.

Week 4 – D.T. – Can I design a ticket for the performance?
To safely use a variety of tools.

Week 5 – D.T. – Can I make a ticket for the performance?
To safely use and explore a variety of materials and techniques.

Week 6 – Music – Can I perform?
To sing entire songs.

Week 7 – Music – Can I use my vocals?
To reproduce the pitch of a note sung by another, with his or her voice.

E-safety

  • Thinkyouknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)
  • Internet matters (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • Parent info (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • LGfL (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • Net-aware (support for parents and carers from the NSPCC)

Homework Attendance School Calendar School council