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!
Welcome back, we hope you have had a fun filled Summer and are ready to get back into the swing of things.
In English, we will be reading the story 'George's Marvellous Medicine'. We will use this story to inspire the children to use interesting adjectives and use conjunctions to extend their sentences.
In Maths, we will be securing children's knowledge of numbers and place value up to 100. We will also be recalling number bonds to 10 and using this knowledge to calculate number bonds to 20.
Our curriculum focus this term is called 'Messy Mixture'. We will be focusing on 'How I can become an Every Day Artist?' So if you could save some 'junk modelling' material which the children could use, would be most appreciated.
Further information is available in the newsletter.
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.