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Welcome to Pandas - 3P!


It has been a great 8 weeks here in Pandas class, however with regret I have to say goodbye. Your children have been wonderful to work with and it will be hard not to remember every last one.

 

Many thanks

Mr. Goldsworthy 

Mr. Scott will be taking over from Tuesday 7th November. 

 

 

 

Autumn 1


What a fantastic start to the school year! Panda class have settled in to their new environment perfectly.

We are working together and looking out for each other, which is amazing to see. 

Paul, our class Panda is received by the pupil who has demonstrated our core values. The children will vote throughout the week and the class will decide on the recipient.

 

In literacy we are currently looking at Folktales and the children are really enjoying Rumpelstiltskin. We will be focusing on the common features and studying a variety of texts, the children will begin to plan and develop their own adaptations of folktales.

In maths we have been developing skills on number recognition and place value. Later on this half term we will be moving onto 2D shape. Knowledge of times tables is imperative throughout all areas of maths, so we will be practicing the focus tables of the week every day. 

 

In theme we are looking at 'There's no place like home', we have discussed the continents of the world and learnt a fun way of remembering all seven. This week we will be looking at the United Kingdom. Over the next few weeks the children will be using maps to investigate their local area, mapping their journeys to school and identifying familiar places.

 

Please encourage your child to read regularly, as this will develop their passion for writing.

 

Homework will be given out every Friday and will be due back the following Thursday.

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Homework due by 05/10/17: 

 

Maths - To complete the shape activity. Matching shape, or identifying the shape's properties.

 

Literacy - To complete the preposition activity. A preposition describes a noun in relation to another noun, e.g. The dog was sat next to the fire. 

 

 

 

 

 

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