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Zoom Link for Assembly 22nd January 

Rosemary Reavey is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Mrs Reavey P3/4
Time: Jan 22, 2021 10:30 AM London
       

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/93430534580?pwd=anJkYmNvWmVDd2Flc1ZCNC82bEtPdz09

Meeting ID: 934 3053 4580
Passcode: 2WPM6G

 

 

 

 

FREE HEALTHY KIDZ RESOURCES

The link below contains Health and Wellbeing activities for each primary age group.

 

For app registration visit:  

https://healthy-kidz.com/crush-60-minutes-every-day/

Then select your child’s class for access to relevant worksheets, exercise videos etc.

Remember - Every family has different circumstances and what works for one will not work for another. I have laid out work daily but it can be done just whenever you get a chance.  Please remember you do not have to complete everything, The work is merely a guide. Do what suits your personal circumstances the best.  Accelerated Reading, Lexia and RMeasimaths can continue to be used. 

 

Don’t forget to send in some pictures of your work or if you have any questions/queries you can get in touch with me by emailing rreavey141@c2kni.net

 

To Parents

You are not home schooling, you are facilitating home learning.

That word change, should reduce the pressure.

Go easy on yourself!

Images of HOPE

Amazing Animal Reports

 

Curriculum Content for January

 

Literacy:  This month our genre focus is Non-Chronological Reports.

We will be looking at their structure, layout and the information contained within them. We will begin with familiar information and then move into research which connects with our WAU topic on Animals. 

 

Non-Chronological writing is non-fiction 

We will be learning about:-

  • opening statements
  • descriptive language
  • paragraphs
  • headings and sub-headings
  • diagrams/illustrations
  • facts
  • conclusion

 

Numeracy:  This month we will be working on, capacity, language of multiplication - groups of, sets of, lots of, times, multiply: place value - tens and ones, hundreds, tens, ones, as well as continuing addition and subtraction.  

 

We are continuing to work on the problem solving strategy, ‘Draw/Use a list or table’.

 

WAU:  Our topic is 'Amazing Animals".  We will be looking at their classification, habitats, needs, off-spring, interesting facts and much more.

 

PDMU:  Our PDMU word of the month is ‘Forgiveness’. How do we forgive others?

 

Thinking Skills and Personal Capabilities:  Our TS&PC focus continues to be, "Being Creative".

Curriculum Content for December

 

Literacy:  This month we will continue our genre focus on Persuasive writing.

 

Persuasive writing in non-fiction can be in the form of a speech, a letter, an advert or even a magazine article.

We will be learning about:-

  • using first, second, next, also in our language and writing
  • repeating words, exaggeration
  • paragraphs
  • discussing how adverts are colourful and eye-catching
  • alliteration
  • being able to give a good reason

 

Numeracy:  This month we will be working on, area, handling data and symmetry, as well as continuing addition and subtraction  

 

We are working on the problem solving strategy, ‘Draw a list or table’.

 

WAU:  Our topic is 'Everyday Materials'. Natural and man-made. Classification and Recycling. Adjectives to describe materials.

 

PDMU:  Our PDMU word of the month is ‘Empathy’. How would you feel if you were that person?

 

Thinking Skills and Personal Capabilities:  Our TS&PC focus is "Being Creative".

 

 

CURRICULUM CONTENT FOR NOVEMBER

 

Literacy:  This month we have started our genre focus on Persuasive writing.

 

Persuasive writing in non-fiction can be in the form of a speech, a letter, an advert or even a magazine article.

We will be learning about:-

  • using first, second, next, also in our language and writing
  • repeating words, exaggeration
  • paragraphs
  • discussing how adverts are colourful and eye-catching
  • alliteration
  • being able to give a good reason

 

Numeracy:  This term we will be working on money, area and 3d shape as well as continuing addition and subtraction  

 

We are continuing our problem solving strategy, ‘Looking for a Pattern’.

 

WAU:  Our new topic is 'Everyday Materials'. Natural and man-made. Classification and Recycling. Adjectives to describe materials.

 

PDMU:  Our PDMU word of the month is ‘RESPECT’. We will be looking at all the different ways respect can be seen, felt or heard in different settings.

 

Thinking Skills and Personal Capabilities:  Our TS&PC focus continues to be ‘Working with Others’.

 

 

CURRICULUM CONTENT FOR OCTOBER

 

Literacy:  This month we are continuing our genre focus -  Recount.

 

The genre of Recount is a type of text that is used to inform or to tell about the past events or past activities. Recount Text is about something that has happened. It is written in past tense. It is written in chronological order. It should inform the reader of where, when, what, why and when something happened.

 

We will be focusing on helping the children develop their oral language, sentence structure, written independently or with help. (It is more important to have something to say and try to write rather than worrying have I got all the words spelled correctly.)

 

 

Numeracy:  This month we will be continuing number identification, addition and subtraction within 10, 20 and 100. Using a number-line and 100 squares correctly. We will be looking at place value and the structure of numbers using tens and ones.

We are revising the names of 2D Shapes, square, rectangle, triangle, circle, pentagon, octagon and oval. We will talk about edges and vertices. We will introduce the word quadrilateral. Using shapes we will make a shape superhero.

 

Our next problem solving strategy will be ‘Look for  Pattern’. 

 

WAU:  We are continuing with , "Superheroes." Real life and fictional.

Looking at secret identities - connecting this to keeping safe online. Not everyone is who they say they are. Past heroes - scientists, inventors.

 

PDMU:  Our PDMU word of the month is ‘Kindness’. We will be looking at acts of kindness and how we use our hands and our words to be a kinder person.

 

Thinking Skills and Personal Capabilities: 

Our next focus will be ‘Working with Others’.

Showing patience and understanding. Respecting others' opinions and views. Giving praise and encouragement. Compromising and turn taking.

Our Shape Superheroes - We had great fun exploring 2D shapes and designing a superhero from them!

Healthy Eating Week - Our healthy food plate and working together to sort healthy and unhealthy.

Superheroes - We designed a hero then made it out of our clay.

Superworm is super strong and super long! Rhythm and rhyme and being able to adapt to circumstances

Be Safe, Be Seen!

Superbat - we read a story called Superbat. He wanted to be a hero. Using our individual modelling clay we had great fun creating Superbat and the little mice he saved.

 

CURRICULUM CONTENT FOR SEPTEMBER

 

Literacy:  This month our genre focus is Recount.

 

The genre of Recount is a type of text that is used to inform or to tell about the past events or past activities. Recount Text is about something that has happened. It is written in past tense. It is written in chronological order. It should inform the reader of where, when, what, why and when something happened.

 

We will be focusing on helping the children develop their oral language, sentence structure, written independently or with help. (It is more important to have something to say and try to write rather than worrying have I got all the words spelled correctly.)

 

 

Numeracy:  This month we will be revising number identification, addition and subtraction within 10, 20 and 100. Using a number-line and 100 squares correctly. We will be looking at the structure of a day, days of the week, months of the year and ways of recording information.

 

Our first problem solving strategy will be ‘Drawing a Picture’. 

 

WAU:  Our first topic of the year is, "Superheroes." Real life and fictional.

Very fitting in current times!

 

PDMU:  Our PDMU word of the month is ‘Friendship’. We will be looking at the qualities of a good friend.

 

Thinking Skills and Personal Capabilities: 

Our first focus of the year will be ‘Self-management’.

Organisation, working independently, hygiene routines, personal space, learning how to deal with conflict and waiting our turn.

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