welcome to class 2
This term's topic focuses on Kidderminster and compares it to Cape Coast in Ghana, Africa
This term, we will look at how to use possessive apostrophes to show belonging and conjunctions to extend our sentences. We will write letters to people we are missing and create leaflets about tourist attractions we wish we could visit.
In the summer term, we will learn how to measure accurately, name 2D and 3D shapes and their properties and also develop our calculation techniques.
We will research the carpet industry in Kidderminster.
The pupils will compare Kidderminster to Cape Coast in Ghana by looking at the physical and human features of both.
Art and Design
We will explore carpet designs and symmetrical patterns, whilst also exploring the traditional patterns of Ken-Te cloth
Outdoor Learning – Tuesday - In school, we have waterproof trousers and jackets for every child. All that you need to provide is a pair of wellington boots for your child to wear. It is recommended to bring in other clothes to change in to. Every child will wear waterproof trousers and their wellies each time we go outside, and they will wear a waterproof jacket if it is raining or windy.
PE - Friday - Children should come to school wearing PE shorts, t-shirt and tracksuit, or wearing usual school uniform and bring their PE kit to change in to. If your child wears earrings, they must either take the earrings out or put plasters/surgical tape over the earrings.
Reading percentages are calculated on a Thursday. Reading records are checked on Thursdays. Children need to read at least three times a week.
FAME (Whole class violin lessons) will take place on Thursday.
Miss Edwards will teach the class on Thursday afternoon and also every other Thursday morning.
Homework will be given on Friday and should be returned the following Thursday.
Library - Friday (Children can borrow a book from our school library. They must return their chosen book in order to borrow another one.)