Welcome back after the Christmas holiday!
This term we will consolidate the learning from last half term and continue to work on developing our reading skills as well as writing clear sentences with a conjunction. In Maths we will continue to ensure that we can recall number facts at speed and are confident counting forwards and backwards from a given number. As was the case last term when I am not teaching the class Mrs Lord or Mrs Atkinson will teach.
PE days are Thursday and Friday. Please ensure that the children keep their kit in school and this will be sent home each half term. PE uniform should consists of a plain white polo shirt/t-shirt, black shorts, black leggings or plain black tracksuit bottoms,. Trainers/pumps and a red fleece/jumper/cardigan for outdoor PE.
Reading is the key to your child’s learning. The children will keep the same book for 3 days. Please read this book each night with your child and discuss what has happened in the story. As the children are reading the same book at home and school they should increase pace and fluency. Please sign the reading record each time you have read the book.
The National Phonics Screening Test for all Year 1 children will take place in June. Information about the screening check can be found using the link below.
In English this term we will begin with the book ‘Naughty Bus.’ The children will be creating sentences using the conjunction ‘and’, we will also work to include varied punctuation in our sentences such as exclamation marks and question marks.
This term in Maths we will be looking at comparing height and length as well as learning to read the times o’clock and half past. We will continue to increase speed when recalling facts such as 2, 5 and 10 times tables as well as number bonds to 10.
Our focus for the autumn term will be winter. We are going to compare winter to the other seasons and look for the different signs of winter.
This half term our unit is called ‘Jesus was Special’
Children will be exploring Bible stories that reveal Jesus’ power and divine nature. They will relate the feelings and experiences of the characters in the stories with their own feelings and experiences
They will talk about how and why Jesus was special and discuss friendship.
The history this half term we will be comparing Shaw to how it was in the past. We will start by learning more about St George’s and then look at the changes that have happened in Shaw/ Oldham.
East Crompton St George’s CE Primary School is proud to be part of the Cranmer Education Trust
Cranmer Education Trust is a company limited by guarantee and an exempt charity registered in England. Company registration number: 07687709. Registered Office: Cranmer Education Trust, c/o The Blue Coat School, Egerton Street, Oldham OL1 3SQ. The website address is www.cranmereducationtrust.com and the phone number 0161 785 5082.