Welcome to Class 1/2H's page!
Class Teacher - Mrs. Harvey
Class Teaching Assistant - Mrs. Nightingale
PPA Cover - Miss. Eaton
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Children’s start times are staggered at the moment (from 8:55 to 9:20) as are finish times (14:45 to 15:10). Your child’s regular and prompt attendance at school is crucial to his/her success. As soon as the children enter the classroom in the morning, children immediately start their learning. If children are not here on time, they miss out on such opportunities.
PE is on a Wednesday afternoon and the children need to come to school wearing their kit. Please ensure that this is appropriate for the weather.
PLEASE ensure you read with your child as often as possible. Books will be changed twice a week on Monday and Thursday.
Homework will be added to Google Classroom on a Monday. Please check your emails for login details.
Spelling Tests and Times Tables Challenge will take place on a Friday afternoon. Please help your child to learn their spellings and practice counting in tens.
Maths and Grammar homework needs to be returned by the following Monday.
The children will be tested on their Key Instant Recall Facts (KIRFs). This term we are learning number bonds to 5 (Year 1) or number bonds within 20 (Year 2).
Click here to see a curriculum overview for the year for Class 1/2H.
The children have a Guided Reading session every morning in which they read with an adult and have activities related to their book and our topic on the other days. This provides an idea of the things we do during Guided Reading.
In Literacy this half term we will be reading Harry the Happy Mouse and singing some mouse rhymes. Then we will be reading Oliver Jeffers' stories such as Lost and Found and Up and Down.
We will also be looking at non-chronological reports and poems on a theme such as The Sound Collector.
Have a look at these websites at home to improve spellings, grammar and reading.
In Numeracy this term we will be looking at counting with numbers to 100 (in ones, twos, fives and tens), place value, measures, addition and subtraction by counting on and back and shape.
Please support your child at home by helping them to complete their Maths homework, practise their KIRF and learn their ten times table.
The children will be using a range of practical equipment and ipads during lessons to enhance their learning.
Have a look at these websites at home to improve your child's Maths skills.
Topic - Me, Myself and Us!
This topic will have a Geography and Science focus and will be learning about the local area, the human body and sense. To find out more about our Topic have a look at our class newsletter.