Miss Livesey P2L, Miss McGhee P2M

Hello and Happy Friday!

We have had a great week at school celebrating Pancake day and World Book Day!

Literacy

  • Sound of the week: “aw”
  • Dictation: jaw, saw, paw, draw, claw, straw
  • Hold the sentence:  I can drink with a straw.
  • Tricky Words: review of current block (reading)
  • Tricky Words: spelling
  • Writing “Pancakes!”.
  • Writing: using bullet points to write our favourite pancake toppings   
  • Our writing ‘Star Steps’ for Term 2 are:
  • Capital letters, finger spaces, full stops (non-negotiables)
  • Using different types of punctuation
  • Using commas/bullet points
  • Sometimes learners will also receive an individual Star Step to support their learning
  • Handwriting – assessment of cursive letter formation
  • Handwriting – cursive and pre-cursive writing practice. This includes drawing, colouring in and cutting to promote hand strength and pencil control.

Reading

  • ORT books
  • Reading/Literacy activities in class
  • Character Description- Describing a character from our reading book   
  • Completing a book review – this helps us to develop critical thinking skills (linked to World Book Day)
  • Reading our writing to the whole class (choice activity)

Maths/Numeracy

  • Revision of subtraction strategies
  • PACE multiplication challenge
  • Counting in 2s
  • Multiplication (5 Times Table)
  • Information Handling- Tally Marks
  • SEAL – sharing equal amounts

Other Curricular Areas

  • PE: Yoga and ball skills- we now have access to the hall for PE once per week
  • Art – our focus this term is art inspired by Monet. This week we explored landscapes at different times of the day – looking at how the colours change
  • Health and Well-being: P2 are now doing the ‘Daily Mile’.  Daily Mile does not make up part of our PE time.
  • Health and Well-being – Friendships and Acts of Kindness
  • Science – this week we have explored animals and habitats

Let’s talk learning!

  1. Can you tell me some words with the ‘aw’ sound?
  2. Can you tell me about your favourite book?
  3. P2M – Can you tell me what skills you use in hockey?
  4. P2L – Can you tell me about the story plan you are making?
  5. What level are you on the PACE challenge?

P2 Mogs

  • This week P2M enjoyed dressing up for World Book Day. In the morning, the children enjoyed participating in a circle time to share their favourite books with one another. In the afternoon, the children played ‘Book Bingo’, where they had to think of different books to answer the bingo questions. Finally, they made their own bookmarks to take home and use in their reading books!

P2 Ladybirds

  • We have had a great week in P2L. On Tuesday we enjoyed sharing our favourite pancake toppings and finding out about Shrove Tuesday.
  • Everyone looked great in their costumes for World Book Day on Thursday! As a class we are beginning to create our own story which is exciting!

Can you complete the 5x table? Time yourself!

Looking forward to next week

  • New sound: This week will be a revision of all the block 2 sounds.
  • Dictation- revision of block 2 sounds
  • Writing – “Fruit Salad”
  • Reading: ORT books
  • Numeracy: PACE challenge (2 times table)
  • Numeracy: 5 times table
  • Maths: information handling
  • Health and well-being: friendships
  • PE- ball skills

Extra Information/ polite reminders

  • Dental Nurses will be visiting P2 on the 15th March

We are here to help and support you, please feel free to send in any questions or concerns via office admin or if you are happy to, catch us at the door at the beginning/end of the day.

Thanks for your continued help and support. We hope you all have a lovely weekend,

The P2 Team 😊

Miss Livesey P2L, Miss McGhee P2M

Hello and Happy Friday!

Thank you for all your support and effort with our request for photos from the February break – we really appreciate it!  

Literacy

  • Sound of the week: “au”
  • Dictation: fault, vault, Paul, haul, launch, Laura
  • Hold the sentence:  It was Paul’s fault the rocket did not launch.
  • Tricky Words: review of current block (reading)
  • Tricky Words: spelling
  • Writing “February Holiday”.
  • Writing: using commas to write a list  
  • Our writing ‘Star Steps’ for Term 2 are:
  • Capital letters, finger spaces, full stops (non-negotiables)
  • Using different types of punctuation
  • Using commas/bullet points
  • Sometimes learners will also receive an individual Star Step to support their learning
  • Handwriting – assessment of cursive letter formation
  • Handwriting – cursive and pre-cursive writing practice. This includes drawing, colouring in and cutting to promote hand strength and pencil control.

Reading

  • ORT books
  • Reading/Literacy activities in class  
  • Book Quiz – comprehension questions linked to book
  • Completing a book review – this helps us to develop critical thinking skills  
  • Reading our writing to the whole class (choice activity)

Maths/Numeracy

  • Revision of subtraction strategies
  • PACE multiplication challenge
  • Counting in 2s
  • Multiplication (5 Times Table)
  • Money – giving change (using subtraction)
  • SEAL – sharing equal amounts

Other Curricular Areas

  • PE: Yoga and ball skills- we now have access to the hall for PE once per week
  • Art – our focus this term is art inspired by Monet. This week we explored landscapes at different times of the day – looking at how the colours change
  • Health and Well-being: P2 are now doing the ‘Daily Mile’.  Daily Mile does not make up part of our PE time.
  • Health and Well-being – Friendships and Acts of Kindness
  • Science – this week we have explored animals and habitats

Let’s talk learning!

  1. Can you tell me some words with the ‘au’ sound
  2. Can you count in 5s?
  3. Can you count in 2s?
  4. P2L can you tell me about the Fair Trade Logo?
  5. Tell me about the PACE challenge

Word(le) of the Week!

P2 Mogs

  • This week P2M explored landscapes with water colours – this is linked to our term 2 art topic ‘Monet’. We explored how the same landscape can look different at different times of the day (sunrise, sunset and night). We used our pencil drawing as a plan to recreate the same landscape with water colours………
  • We also have a new role play area – we have had lots of fun in our class restaurant……
  • Using items such as corks, pegs, pasta, curtain hoops, stones and dominoes allows the children to use their imaginations and be creative! Role play areas also support the children to explore literacy, numeracy, communication and teamwork. 

P2 Ladybirds

  • This week, as part of Fairtrade Fortnight, Ladybirds explored what the Fairtrade logo means and why it is on some foods.
  • We created some lovely black pen drawings for our display “Get Active”.
  • Thank you to those who sent in photos from the holiday – I have used them in a class display 😊
  • This week we added some dressing up and puppets into our role play area and the children have had lots of fun dressing up!

Looking forward to next week

  • New sound: aw (saw)
  • Dictation
  • Hold the sentence
  • Writing
  • Reading: ORT books
  • Numeracy: PACE challenge (2 times table)
  • Numeracy: subtraction and multiplication
  • Numeracy: 5 times table
  • Maths: information handling
  • Health and well-being: friendships
  • PE

Extra Information/ polite reminders

  • Dental Nurses will be visiting P2 on the 15th March

We are here to help and support you, please feel free to send in any questions or concerns via office admin or if you are happy to, catch us at the door at the beginning/end of the day.

Thanks for your continued help and support. We hope you all have a lovely weekend,

The P2 Team 😊

Miss Livesey P2L, Miss McGhee P2M

P2M and P2L Class Blog 11.02.2022

Hello and Happy Friday! 

Literacy  

  • Sound of the week: “ow” 
  • Dictation: cow, bow, now, how, down, town 
  • Hold the sentence:  The cow can run down town. 
  • Tricky Words: revision of all (spelling) 
  • Writing “February Holiday”. 
  • Writing: using commas to write a list   
  • Our writing ‘Star Steps’ for Term 2 are: 
  • Capital letters, finger spaces, full stops (non-negotiables)  
  • Using different types of punctuation 
  • Using commas/bullet points  
  • Sometimes learners will also receive an individual Star Step to support their learning 
  • Handwriting – assessment of cursive letter formation  
  • Handwriting – cursive and pre-cursive writing practice. This includes drawing, colouring in and cutting to promote hand strength and pencil control.  

Reading  

  • ORT books  
  • Reading/Literacy activities in class   
  • Spelling – games linked words from reading books  
  • Reading out loud to the whole class (choice activity)  
  • Completing a book review – this helps us to develop critical thinking skills   
  • Reading our writing to the whole class (choice activity) 

Maths/Numeracy 

  • Revision of subtraction strategies  
  • PACE multiplication challenge  
  • Counting in 2s 
  • Multiplication (2 Times Table) 
  • Money – value of coins and adding coins together 
  • Money – giving change (using subtraction) 
  • Money – role play  

Other Curricular Areas 

  • PE: Yoga and Gymnastics skills- we now have access to the hall for PE once per week  
  • Gymnastics – we are starting with balancing skills 
  • Health and Well-being: Friendships    
  • Art – our focus this term is art inspired by Monet. This week we explored landscapes at different times of the day – looking at how the colours change 
  • Health and Well-being: P2 are now doing the ‘Daily Mile’. This is our second week – we are really enjoying. The Daily Mile does not make up part of our PE time. doing our mile after lunch time and it gets us ready for learning in the afternoon 
  • RSHP – Private and PANTS rule.  

Let’s talk learning!  

  1. Can you tell me some words with the ‘ow’ sound  
  1. Can you tell me the ‘PANTS’ rule? 
  1. P2M – what can you tell me about landscapes at different times of the day? 
  1. P2L – Can you give me a fact about the solar system? 
  1. P2L What can you tell me about being safe online? 

Word(le) of the Week! 

P2 Mogs 

  • An in class assessment of ‘Tricky Words’ was carried out this week. Children were given a sheet with their individual progress – please use this sheet to practice reading/writing tricky words at home.
  • This week P2M explored landscapes – this is linked to our Term 2 art topic ‘Monet’. We explored how the same landscape can look different at different times of the day (sunrise, sunset and night) 

P2 Ladybirds 

  • On Monday we found out about the solar system and made posters with a fact we had found out.  
  • We celebrated “Safer Internet Day 2022” on Tuesday and read Digiduck and the Magic Castle which taught us about how to safely play games online.  

Looking forward to next week 

Enjoy a well-earned break – have fun and make lots of new memories. Please feel free to bring one photo to school on the first day back to share at Circle Time! 

After the holidays  

  • New sound: au (haul) 
  • Dictation  
  • Hold the sentence  
  • Writing – what we did during the school holiday  
  • Reading: ORT books  
  • Numeracy: PACE challenge (2 times table) 
  • Numeracy: subtraction and multiplication 
  • Numeracy: 5 times table  
  • Maths: Money – giving change  
  • Health and well-being: friendships 
  • PE 
  • Art – landscapes  
  • TWOSDAY – on the first Tuesday after the holiday it is Twosday (22.02.2022). We plan to celebrate by doing 2s activities. Here is some extra information so you can join in and have some fun!

Extra Information/ polite reminders 

  • A little reminder that both P2 classes use the Class Blog to share learning – we will not be posting on Teams. Our understanding is that classes were added to Teams in case you have to learn from home/isolate – learning will not be posted by the class teacher on a daily basis as we are in class.  
  • It would be helpful if all children could have a change of clothes at school – especially when the weather is wet and the playground is muddy

We are here to help and support you, please feel free to send in any questions or concerns via office admin or if you are happy to, catch us at the door at the beginning/end of the day. 

Thanks for your continued help and support. 

We hope you all have a lovely February Break! 

The P2 Team 😊  

Miss Livesey P2L, Miss McGhee P2M

P2M and P2L Class Blog 28.01.2022

Hello and Happy Friday! 

Literacy  

  • Sound of the week: “oy” 
  • Dictation: toy, boy, coy, Roy, joy, enjoy 
  • Hold the sentence: Roy has a new toy 
  • Tricky Words: revision of all 
  • Writing “My Favourite Scottish Things”. 
  • Writing: using bullet points to write a list   
  • Our writing ‘Star Steps’ for Term 2 are: 
  • Capital letters, finger spaces, full stops (non-negotiables)  
  • Using different types of punctuation 
  • Using commas 
  • Using bullet points  
  • Sometimes learners will also receive an individual Star Step to support their learning 
  • Handwriting – assessment of  cursive letter formation  
  • Handwriting – cursive and pre-cursive writing practice. This includes drawing, colouring in and cutting to promote hand strength and pencil control.  

Reading  

  • Reading/Literacy activities in class  
  • Reading Scottish poems  
  • Exploring Scots language as part of Scottish Week 
  • Drawing a picture to match the poem 
  • Completing a poem review – this helps us to develop critical thinking skills   

Maths/Numeracy 

  • Revising different addition strategies 
  • PACE addition challenge  
  • Counting in 2s 
  • Multiplication (2 Times Table) 
  • Money – value of coins and adding coins together 
  • Money – role play – visiting the shop to buy some Scottish food!  

Other Curricular Areas 

  • PE – Yoga and dance- we now have access to the hall for PE once per week  
  • PE – Highland Dancing  
  • Health and Well-being: Friendships   
  • Craft and Desing (technologies) – designing and making tartan  
  • Food Technology – preparation of food and food tasting to give an opinion  
  • Art – Robert Burns portraits 

Let’s talk learning!  

  1. Can you tell me some Scottish words and what the mean?  
  1. Can you read one of your poems out loud? 
  1. What punctuation did you use this week to write a list? 
  1. Which Scottish food did you like the most/the least?  

P2 Mogs 

  • Buckstone Buzz……It was our turn to share achievements with the whole school at Assembly! We shared one of our Scottish Poems – thank you Hera! 
  • Everyone who wanted to, read their favourite poem out loud to the class – well done!  
  • This week P2M enjoyed paper tartan in class – the new display looks amazing……. 
  • We’ve been leaning new ‘oy’ words……. 
  • We also enjoyed some Highland Dancing with Miss Mulholland! 
  • We were tasting some Scottish food and giving our opinion, yummy………. 

P2 Ladybirds 

Ladybirds have had so much fun during Scottish week!  

  • We designed our own tartan on Monday… 
  • For our P.E on Tuesday we had lots of fun learning some highland dancing and Scottish country dancing… 
  • The children drew portraits of Robert Burns which look amazing in the classroom… 
  • Some of the children built Edinburgh Castle in the brick area! 

We have had so much fun during Scottish week, finished off with our Scottish food tasting! Sliante… 

Looking forward to next week 

  • New sound: ou (loud) 
  • Dictation 
  • Hold the sentence  
  • Writing – My Favourite Things About Me 
  • Reading – ORT books  
  • Numeracy: addition and multiplication 
  • Maths: Money – giving change  

Extra Information/ polite reminders 

  • Pokemon Trading Cards – children have been enjoying trading their cards at break and lunch time. Unfortunately, this has now become an issue in class and is taking away from learning time. We have now asked children to keep their cards at home – thank you for your support with this.
  • Interactive watches/watches with games – we politely ask you to keep these at home. Recently these have become a distraction to learning in class and are also having an impact on socialising and building friendships within class. We really appreciate your support with this.  
  • A little reminder about starting times (P2M 8:45, P2L 8:55). Please wait on the playground with your children until the doors are opened to avoid congestion. The doors won’t be opened until the allocated time, as adults are not always in the classrooms at this time.  
  • Home-learning: if you are keen to do a little extra at home the areas you could support in are; reading, tricky words and dictation 
  • Uniform: please label all items of school uniform  
  • Hats: we have had lots of requests to help find lost hats, gloves, scarves – we don’t have a school lost property box. We have our ‘Too Hot Box’ in class. Other places these items could be are; trays, bag box, cloakroom or clothes boxes (below coats pegs). If your child has checked all these places there is nowhere else to look.  We have a few items in the ‘Too Hot Box’ with no names – we will continue to put these outside the classroom door on a chair for you to check 
  • Learning Stories – please return your child’s blue folder to school 

We are here to help and support you, please feel free to send in any questions or concerns via office admin or if you are happy to, catch us at the door at the beginning/end of the day. 

Thanks for your continued help and support. 

We hope you all have a lovely weekend! 

The P2 Team 😊  

Miss Livesey P2L

Loose Parts

Hi P2L!

We’ve had a lovely start to Scottish week today in class! I just wanted to let you know that we have managed to get a Loose Parts slot tomorrow as we missed ours last week!

We will still have P.E as well 😊

See you tomorrow

Miss Livesey 😊

Miss Livesey P2L, Miss McGhee P2M

Hello and Happy Friday!

Literacy

  • Sound of the week: “oi”
  • Dictation: oil, soil, foil, boil, point, spoil
  • Hold the sentence: I can dig in the soil.
  • Tricky Words: revision of all
  • Writing “My Favourite Foods” using commas.
  • Our writing ‘Star Steps’ for Term 2 are:
  • Capital letters, finger spaces, full stops (non-negotiables)
  • Using different types of punctuation
  • Using commas
  • Sometimes learners will also receive an individual Star Step to support their learning
  • Handwriting – assessment of letter formation
  • Handwriting – cursive and pre-cursive writing practice. This includes drawing, colouring in and cutting to promote hand strength and pencil control.

Reading

  • Reading/Literacy activities in class
  • Assessment of reading levels
  • Your child may move groups or level based on in class assessment
  • Reading assessment looks at different reading skills; using the pictures to support reading, following the sentence (reading in order), de-coding words, fluency, using punctuation properly, reading with expression, understanding the text, prediction and expressing opinions
  • Completing a book review – this helps us to develop critical thinking skills  

Maths/Numeracy

  • Revising different addition strategies
  • PACE addition challenge
  • Counting in 2s
  • Multiplication (2 Times Table)
  • Money – value of coins and adding coins together

Other Curricular Areas

  • PE – Yoga and simple gymnastics skills- we now have access to the hall for PE once per week
  • Health and Well-being: Diversity
  • RSHP – My Body (privacy)
  • French – colours, numbers to 20 and classroom instructions

Let’s talk learning!

  1. Can you name all 8 UK coins?
  2. What do you like about your body?
  3. What punctuation can we use when we are making a list instead of using and?
  4. What can you tell me about the numbers in the 2 x table?

P2 Mogs

  • This week P2M enjoyed Outdoor Loose Parts Play! We had lots of fun, building dens, making waterfalls, digging for bones, having tea parties and making water chutes! 

P2 Ladybirds

We have had another busy, fun, week in Ladybirds!

  • On Tuesday we had an interesting afternoon learning about the energy produced by wind turbines. We then made our own – take a peek at them in front of our classroom window…
  • We enjoyed a gymnastics lesson in the hall and practised controlled jumps off a bench with a good finish – maybe they can show you…
  • Ladybirds worked really hard in their writing lesson this week where we started to learn about how to use commas in a list.
  • We enjoyed some fresh air on Thursday afternoon and enjoyed playing games and climbing the trees…

Looking forward to next week

  • New sound: oy
  • Dictation
  • Hold the sentence
  • Writing – ‘My Favourite Scottish Things’ (Using bullet point punctuation)
  • Reading – new reading groups – focus on Robert Burn’s Poems
  • Numeracy: addition and multiplication
  • Maths: Money – Scottish shop
  • Scottish dancing in our P.E lessons
  • Tasting some Scottish food/drink (consent form will be sent out next week)
  • Designing tartan kilts
  • RSHP – We will be moving on to looking at using the NSPCC Let’s Talk Pants material you can use this link to visit the site and learn the song with your child! https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/underwear-rule/

Extra Information/ polite reminders

  • A little reminder about starting times (P2M 8:45, P2L 8:55). Please wait on the playground with your children until the doors are opened to avoid congestion. The doors won’t be opened until the allocated time, as adults are not always in the classrooms at this time.
  • Home-learning: if you are keen to do a little extra at home the areas you could support in are; reading, tricky words and dictation
  • Uniform: please label all items of school uniform

We are here to help and support you, please feel free to send in any questions or concerns via office admin or if you are happy to, catch us at the door at the beginning/end of the day.

Thanks for your continued help and support.

We hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

The P2 Team 😊

Miss Livesey P2L, Miss McGhee P2M

P2M and P2L Class Blog 14.01.2022

Hello and Happy Friday! We have had a super fun and busy week – we hope you enjoy a little snapshot of our learning……….

Literacy  

  • Sound of the week: “ew” 
  • Dictation: few, new, pew, hew, few, chew 
  • Hold the sentence: My dog has a new chew.  
  • Tricky Words: revision of all 
  • Writing “Term 2”  
  • Our writing ‘Star Steps’ for Term 2 are: 
  • Capital letters, finger spaces, full stops (non-negotiables)  
  • Using different types of punctuation 
  • Using commas 
  • Sometimes learners will also receive an individual Star Step to support their learning 
  • Handwriting – assessment of letter formation  
  • Handwriting – cursive and pre-cursive writing practice. This includes drawing, colouring in and cutting to promote hand strength and pencil control.  

Reading  

  • Reading/Literacy activities in class  
  • Assessment of reading levels 
  • Your child may move groups or level based on in class assessment  
  • Reading assessment looks at different reading skills; using the pictures to support reading, following the sentence (reading in order), de-coding words, fluency, using punctuation properly, reading with expression, understanding the text, prediction and expressing opinions 
  • Completing a book review – this helps us to develop critical thinking skills   

Maths/Numeracy 

  • Revising different addition strategies 
  • PACE addition challenge  
  • Counting in 2s 
  • Multiplication (2 Times Table) 
  • Money – introduction/assessment  

Other Curricular Areas 

  • PE – Yoga and listening games – we now have access to the hall for PE once per week  
  • Health and Well-being: Diversity  
  • RSHP – My Body (naming body parts) 
  • French – colours, numbers to 20 and classroom instructions  

Let’s talk learning!  

  1. What does diversity mean?  
  1. What words can you tell me with the ‘ew’ sound? 
  1. Can you write some ‘ew’ words? 
  1. Can you count in 2s? 
  1. Can you count in French?  

P2 Mogs 

  • Miss Mulholland has been working with small groups of learners doing Literacy and Numeracy revision  
  • Miss Mulholland has been doing whole class lessons, covering French  
  • We have worked as a team to create 2 new class displays. One celebrating diversity and the other celebration the New Year………… 

P2 Ladybirds 

It has been a lovely week back in Ladybirds and the children have been working really hard. I have been super proud of how sensible and thoughtful they have been during our “My Body” and “Diversity” discussions.  

  • Naming parts of the body and discussing which are just for male and female.  
  • Talking about our differences and how we are all different and that is what makes life interesting.  
  • Creating our own individual Elmer the Elephants for our Diversity themed display.  
  • Ladybirds have been working hard on their 2 x table and recognising coins in Numeracy and Maths.  

Looking forward to next week 

  • New sound: oi 
  • Dictation 
  • Hold the sentence  
  • Writing – ‘My Favourite…….’ (using commas)  
  • Reading – new reading groups  
  • Numeracy: addition and multiplication 
  • Maths: Money  

Extra Information/ polite reminders 

  • A little reminder about starting times (P2M 8:45, P2L 8:55). Please wait on the playground with your children until the doors are opened to avoid congestion. The doors won’t be opened until the allocated time, as adults are not always in the classrooms at this time.  
  • Home-learning: if you are keen to do a little extra at home the areas you could support in are; reading, tricky words and dictation 
  • Uniform: please label all items of school uniform  

We are here to help and support you, please feel free to send in any questions or concerns via office admin or if you are happy to, catch us at the door at the beginning/end of the day. 

Thanks for your continued help and support. 

We hope you all have a wonderful weekend! 

The P2 Team 😊  

Miss Livesey P2L

PE Days

Hi all,

I hope you had a lovely weekend. Just a quick update on our PE days as I had put the wrong days on Friday’s blog post – (This is now updates too!)

Our PE days are still Tuesday and Wednesday at the moment and I will let you know if this changes.

Apologies for any confusion.

Miss Livesey

Miss Livesey P2L

Welcome back to Term 2 Learners and Grown-Ups

Happy New Year! It has been so lovely welcoming the children back into school yesterday! We enjoyed sharing what we had been doing over the holiday with our friends and family – it sounds like everyone had a lovely time even with Covid being about! This week we settled back in, spent time with our friends and. It’s been a busy few days and we are looking forward to getting back to our normal timetable next week.

Brief outline of the following few weeks –

Literacy

  • New sounds
  • Tricky words
  • Writing
  • Dictation
  • Reading (reading books will come home on Monday)

Math/Numeracy

  • Addition
  • Multiplication Introduction (sharing/grouping)
  • Money
  • SEAL

Other Areas

  • French
  • Health and Well-being
  • Building Resilience
  • RSHP (My Body and Privacy)
  • PE (Tuesday and Wednesday)

I hope you have a lovely weekend – see you all on Monday!

Miss Livesey 😊

Miss McGhee P2M

P2 Mogs 07.01.2022

Welcome back to Term 2 Learners and Grown-Ups,

Happy New Year! It was lovely to welcome the kids back to school yesterday. It was great to see everyone and hear all about the amazing time they had with their friends and family. Children shared their favourite things from the holidays and it sounds like they all had a lovely time!

This term we have Miss Mulholland (student teacher) with us in P2M – she will be with us full time until 25th March and will be supporting with our learning as well as delivering lessons to small groups and the whole class.

This week we settled back in, spent time with our friends and got to know Miss Mulholland. It’s been a busy few days and we are looking forward to getting back to our normal timetable next week.

Brief outline of the following few weeks –

Literacy

  • New sounds
  • Tricky words
  • Writing
  • Dictation
  • Reading (reading books will come home on Monday)

Math/Numeracy

  • Addition
  • Multiplication Introduction (sharing/grouping)
  • 2 Times Table
  • Money
  • SEAL

Other Areas

  • French
  • Health and Well-being
  • Building Resilience
  • RSHP (My Body and Privacy)
  • PE (Monday and Thursday)

We hope you have a lovely weekend – see you all on Monday!

Miss McGhee and Miss Mulholland