Welcome to Beech Class
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Welcome to the second half of the Spring term 2018. Thank you for your continuing support and for the hard work and effort put into the latest Home Learning Challenges. The children really enjoyed sharing books and artefacts brought in from home to support our Polar regions topic. We would be delighted if you are able to send in any objects or books that relate to our new topic.
The title of the topic this half term is " Who was Queen Victoria?" In Science we are looking at "Growing Plants" For more information on this half term take a look at our Spring 2 KS1 newsletter at the bottom of this page.
Please remember to check your child always has their reading book and reading record in school on a Friday in order for their book to be changed.
A list of spellings to be learned at home weekly have been sent home.
Don't forget we are taking part in the WOW scheme again, so if you can walk to school or park and stride you will be doing your part to help the environment as well as keeping fit. If you can't manage to walk on Wednesday don't worry, any day of the week will do and you will still be able to collect the super new badges.
Monday 12th March 2018 KS1 trip to Manchester Museum
Thursday 15th March 2018 Beech Class Assembly
Please ensure your child has a PE kit in school at all times.
PE will be on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Please check your child's book bag for letters and information daily.
Learning at Home .
Home Reading Books are changed every Friday.
Home Learning Challenge should be handed in by Monday 26th February 2018
Bug Club will be set on Friday’s every other week please let us know if you have any trouble accessing the website and we will do our best to solve any issues.
We will change the children's reading books every Friday. The purpose of the home reading book is to consolidate decoding skills and comprehension and develop fluency and expression. Please read with your child each week, asking them questions about the story, and sign the reading record so we know to give them a new book. Any additional comments in the reading records are welcomed. Bug Club will also be updated every other week.
In school the children will also have two guided reading sessions each week. These sessions will provide differentiated teaching of reading and will secure progress by providing opportunities for children to practice their learning. We currently use a breadth of reading schemes including Bug Club books, Oxford Reading Tree, Collins and Big Cat.
In the teaching of Phonics we follow the Letters and Sounds programme. Children are taught within differentiated groups for 20 minutes daily.
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