Spring Term 2023
Welcome to our class page where you can find out about what we are learning and see pictures of some of our work. There is also a parent resources section below where you can find links to learning resources that you can use with your child at home.
Our BIG QUESTION this term is “What changes can we see in our school grounds?”
This term our concept is ‘Change’. Throughout the term the children will be exploring their school grounds, identifying what changes they observe. They will learn about the seasonal changes in both the weather and their outdoor environment. They will discover habitats and life cycles of living things. The children will begin to recognise that what they do and the things that they use, can have an impact on their environment and on living things.
For further information please see our Spring Term planners.
A huge thank you to our PTA funding the cost for us to be part of the ‘Living Eggs’ programme. As part of our concept ‘Change’ this shared learning experience will provide so many learning experiences for all pupils.
Our Class Prayer
Before we begin our school work today,
Let us take some time to pray.
Thank you for our friends and teachers,
Help me to care for our world and God’s creatures.
Remind me to listen, ask questions, learn and grow,
Guide me as I let my bright light show.
Our class display showing the journey through the Liturgical Year.
* Fruit can be brought into school or school will provide fruit daily for a cost of £1 each Monday.
Monday: Whole school assembly.
Tuesday: Infant Assembly. Please return Oxford reading tree books and signed records. PE – All pupils must bring a kit to school. Kits may be left in school until half term.
Wednesday: Music session with Mrs James (fortnightly). Library session with Mrs Adams. Library books will be sent home every Wednesday. Please return on Monday.
Thursday: Forest School afternoon. Please ensure your child has a pair of wellies in school.
Friday: Celebration Assembly. Spelling tests. Homework and reading books sent home.
Your child has a Reading Eggs log on which is a fantastic programme to support their reading progress. Please support their learning by using this fantastic resource at home. Log ins can be found inside the front cover of their homework books, along with the hwb log ins. If you have any problems, please let me know.
Below are some helpful websites where your child can access a range of resources to support their learning across a wide range of school subjects.
Mrs Evans and I are looking forward to an exciting term in class with your children. We thank you for your continued support!
Mrs Edwards x