Information and Reminders
As you are aware, next Tuesday will be our Infant Sports Day. We would like to celebrate this event, by afterwards having a sharing of snacks and cakes. If possible, please could you send your child to school with a snack to share with the class; this could be fruit, biscuits or cakes. Please remember we are a nut-free school. We are looking forward to what should be an exciting day!
If you were unable to schedule an appointment for the Primary Academic Review Evenings, please contact your child's class teacher to arrange a mutually-convenient time.
Monday 25th & Wednesday 27th April: Primary Academic Review Evenings, 5pm- 8pm
Tuesday 26th April: Infants Sports Day, 9am - 10:30am
Stars of the week
Year 1A: Aidan Hugo
Year 1B: Kelly Wang
Year 1C: Jansung Yu
1A Tuesday - Swimming; Friday - Athletics
1B Tuesday - Athletics; Friday - Swimming
1C Monday – Swimming; Friday – Athletics
In English this week, the children will be studying the work of Charlie Chaplin and discussing how his films told a story through mime. They will be introduced to new vocabulary related to the topic and will engage in role-play activities to create their own mime sketches. First they will create a storyboard to generate and record ideas.
This week, we will be solving one-step problems involving addition and subtraction, including missing numbers in number sentences. The children will spend time exploring how addition and subtraction are the inverse of each other. They will be encouraged to record their work using appropriate strategies.
We will recap fractions, shapes, multiplication and division during our teaching starters.
The Personal Goal we will be focusing on this week is 'adaptability'.
This week, we will be exploring the work of Charlie Chaplin, looking at how film has changed over time in terms of colour, sound and effects. The children will use their storyboards from English to begin to make their own movies in the style of Charlie Chaplin using iMovie.
The children will be treated to a special 'silent' lesson as a form of highlighting how communication has developed and progressed.