Curriculum Notes WB 21.10.19

WB 21.10.19 This week’s key words to read and spell for this week: were, was, called, asked. Phonics sounds to recap: gl and pl   – initial consonant blends. We will be teaching words that have the ‘ar’ digraph. We are continuing to base our learning around David Attenborough and conservation and…

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Reading objectives

Good morning! Here are the reading objectives for this week;   Objective 1: Read accurately by blending the sounds in words that contain the graphemes taught so far, especially recognising alternative sounds for graphemes. Objective 2: Read words containing common suffixes. We hope you’ve had a great weekend, Team Year 2

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Curriculum post 11.10.19

Welcome to another weekend (and with the state of the weather, you are welcome to it) and we hope you enjoyed the swim home this evening! Curriculum English – next week, the pupils will be investigating another genre of text and building upon the skills previously taught in Year Four…

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Year 3 Curriculum Notes

Curriculum Notes for 14.10.19 Spellings for next week are: asking               asked                breath walking             walked             breathe enjoying           mixed running              patted slimming            dropped In Literacy next week, we are going to be reading some Autumn themed poetry and we will then be using adjectives, verbs, adverbs and similes to write a poem about…

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Year 2

The children have had a fabulous week perfecting their Indian dance routine, creating rangoli art outdoors and completing their bean diaries. Next week, In English we shall continue our theme of traditional tales and the children will be writing their own version. We will join with the rest of KS1…

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Curriculum Notes WB 14.10.19

WB 14.10.19 This week’s key words to read and spell for this week: are, oh, their Phonics sounds to recap: sk, fr, sp – initial consonant blends. We will be teaching words that have the ‘ng’ and ‘nk’ consonant digraph at the end. We will reinforce that when these sounds…

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