Welcome to Class 2 Christmas play update: As you are all aware the Christmas play is tomorrow evening at 6pm. Please make sure your child is back at school IN COSTUME at 5.30pm ready for the production. We will settle the children in class 1's room while you enjoy PTA refreshments. Mrs Anderson and Mrs Trotman
In Class 2 we follow the National Curriculum. To help us with our Phonics work, we follow Letters and Sounds. For PSHCE we use Jigsaw. Each term we have a new topic that touches on each area of the curriculum.
Our topic this term is 'Out and About'
Welcome to Class 2!
I am Miss Melley and will be teaching Class 2 this year and am looking forward to getting to know your children more throughout the year. Many of you will know me from last year when I was completing my PGCE through Bath Spa University. This year is a big one for me as not only is it my first year teaching but I am also getting married during October half term.
We are very lucky, as we have the lovely Mrs Perrin with us in the mornings to help support the children in their learning.
Mrs Lancely will be teaching in Class 2 on a Thursday covering my NQT and PPA time. She will be teaching Maths and Literacy in the mornings followed by PE and RE in the afternoons.
We will have Maths and Literacy every morning and foundation subjects such as Science, Geography and Art in the afternoon. Where ever possible these lessons will be linked to our class topic, this term’s being ‘Out and About’. In geography, we will be looking at using maps and exploring the similarities and differences between Berkeley and a small area of a non-European country. In Science, we will be exploring animals and their habitats.
This term’s home learning grid will be posted on the class blog in the during next week alongside the dates for when we will be sharing home learning.
Key points and reminders:
Key dates for the diary:
Details of any class trips will follow later in the year.
Finally if you have any Kinnex, sticklebricks or lego that is no longer being used please consider donating them to school so that the children have more to play with during wet play.