Teacher: Miss Kaur
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Garrett
Liberty apple was developed in Geneva in the late 1960’s. It has a red skin and juicy flesh. It is grown mainly across the east of the United States and is ideal for growing in back gardens. It is famous for being used to make pink applesauce!
In English we will begin by looking at Traditional tales, such as 'Little Red Riding Hood'. We will then delve into our curriculum topic based on the Amazon Rainforest. We will be writing in different formats, such as a diary and an information text. The writing will be linked to our class text 'The Great Green Forest' by Paul Geraghty.
In Maths we will be continuing with building our recall for the 2, 5, 10 times tables, looking at both multiplication and division. We will also be looking at statistics (charts and pictograms) and geometry (properties of shapes).
Our topic this term is ' What makes a forest a rainforest?' We will be learning about how the location of rainforests affect their climate, with a comparison to our own climate. We will also be looking at the 4 layers of the rainforest. This will link to our Science topic 'Plants'.
For further information about what we are doing this term, please see our Topic Web attached below.
Please could you ensure that your child is reading a minimum of 3 times a week, as this is important for their education.
Also, the children have been given Times Table Rockstar log ins. It is a website to help them practise their times tables, it encourages children to beat their scores, whilst improving their fluency.
The children have been given Spelling Shed log ins, it is a website to help them practise for their weekly spelling check (Friday).
Please let us know if you have any issues when accessing the websites. Links are provided below.