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Welcome to Cherry Class

Take a listen to this 'soundtrack'  to Wisp, a Story of Hope by Zana Fraillon and Grahame Baker-Smith -created by Henry Wright using Garageband!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PpGFkHVhRZZ6-jHWsldJYodXGk-egnMJ/view?usp=sharing

What do you think? Does it make you want to read the whole story?

Here are some general pointers to help you and your child:

  • We will be going swimming on Tuesday mornings in the first term, so your child will need a swimming costume / trunks and a towel for this.
  • Please listen to your child read for around 5 minutes every night and ask questions afterwards or let them complete a Reading Buddy sesson independently.
  • Ensure your child brings their book bag containing their reading and home-link books to school every day.
  • PE kits are to be kept in school each week and taken home half-termly for washing.
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Ms McIntyre - Class Teacher

Teaching assistants:

  Miss Moran and Mrs Percival

Autumn term project 2021

Our History project question is:

Who were the Maya?

During this project, some things we will find out about are:

  • How the Maya believed the world was created
  • The gods and goddesses that they believed in
  • What Maya people ate and where they lived

Subjects

English

  • Stories with familiar settings
  • Letters and postcards 
  • Poems with the theme of families
  • Using correct punctuation
  • Noun phrases to an add further description  
  • Conjunctions to join ideas in longer sentences.

Maths

  • Mental maths skills (including number bonds/times tables)
  • Measuring in metres and centimetres 
  • Pictograms
  • Fractions (simplifying mixed numbers and improper fractions)
  • Line graphs
 
 

Science

  • Earth and Space
  • Forces

History

  • Where and when the Maya lived

  • What Maya daily life was like

  • The importance of temples  / Maya religion

Art

  • Sketchbook skills
  • Christmas cards
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