Welcome to Ash class, we are glad to be back together for an amazing Autumn term.
We are a class of Year 2, 3 and 4 children who are enthusiastic, inquisitive and caring. We love to learn and have new experiences. We are taught by Mrs Baker and supported by Mrs Edwards.
Have a look at our topic web, timetable and knowledge organisers to see what we will be learning about this term.
Keep checking in to see our fantastic class work.
Forest School - Wednesday afternoon. Please come to school wearing your forest school clothes and bring your waterproofs and wellies in a bag.
P.E - Tuesday. Come to school wearing your PE kit and your school jumper.
Spellings and times tables - These will be added to our class page each week for the children to practise at home. The spelling and times tables test will be on a Friday.
Maths Whizz - This is part of the weekly homework. Complete at least three progressions a week.
Reading - Please read every day for as long as possible and record this in your home reading record.
School reading books will be sent home on a Monday. Please return these to school on a Friday.
Since the 23rd March it has been amazing how well Ash class have engaged with their online home learning. I have no doubt that this will continue as we enter the final half term of the year.
In line with government guidance school will reopen for Nursery, Reception, Year 1, Year 6 children and children of key workers on the 1st June. As I will be supporting children in the hub how you access home learning will be adapted. Please read the detailed information of how this will change on our school app.
Each week you will find home learning packs by following the links below. These will continue to support you with your English and Mathematics. These can be printed off or completed in your home learning book. Printed copies of the packs will also be available to collect from school.
The afternoon sessions will be project based learning. Each week I will set a theme for your work and a list of possible activities that you could complete. You do not need to complete all of the activities, they are only suggestions, you may have your own ideas of how to present your project work. This is a fantastic opportunity to develop independent learning skills.
You can still share your work on Seesaw for us all to enjoy. Seesaw posts will still be approved throughout the day.
I would suggest that you make yourselves a timetable for the day and include your online subscriptions within this. This could follow the structure that has been used during your remote learning:
A selection of web links can also be found in the home learning tab below.
Keep up the hard work Ash class.