Information and Reminders
On Thursday 3rd March, Year 1 will visit the Shanghai Sculpture Park to conclude their current topic, "Hooray let's go on holiday."
The children will need to prepare a bag as if they are going on a one-day holiday. They can bring any items that they think are necessary for a beach holiday e.g. a picnic, a bucket and spade, a copy of their passport.
Stars of the Week
Year 1A - Thomas Howard
Year 1B - Jeffry Amalraj
Year 1C - Riley Sutton & Clement Le Godec
1A Tuesday - Swimming; Friday - Gymnastics
1B Tuesday - Gymnastics; Friday - Swimming
1C Monday – Swimming; Friday – Gymnastics
Thursday 3rd March - Year 1 trip to the Sculpture Park
Tuesday 8th March - Friday 11th March - Beauty and the Beast
Tickets are only available for Tuesday night.
Monday 14th March - Book Week dress-up day Wednesday 23rd March - International Week Dress-up day
In English this week, the children will be extending their sentences by improving their grammar. They will begin to add the prefix 'un' to different words to change the meaning of verbs and adjectives. The children will be shown how to structure their work into paragraphs. After the visit to the sculpture park the children will write a recount about their trip.
In Mathematics this week, the children will continue their work on measurement. They will be recording the height of a range of objects, estimating and recording using standard and non-standard measures.
The children will revisit reading and recording the time to the hour and half past the hour. Time will be spent understanding seconds, minutes and 5-minute intervals.
The Personal Goal we will be focusing on this week is 'Adaptability'.
As ‘Geographers' the children will think of different ways to help give advice and guidance about how to deal with air pollution. An oil spill will happen whilst the Snail and the Whale are on their holidays. The children must devise different ideas to help clean up the oil spill.
As 'Artists' and 'Scientists' the children will make observational drawings during their trip to the sculpture park. They will investigate the different man-made and natural materials that have been used to create the sculptures.