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Welcome to St Mary class page
Class teacher: Mrs Milton
Teaching assistant: Mrs Cook
Teacher email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Over the year, the children will learn many things through our topics, beginning with the topic 'Land Ahoy'. Children will develop a knowledge of the sea, seafaring and pirates. They will use maps, learn about famous pirates and explorers and find out about life at sea. We will learn how rescues happen at sea, find out about brave volunteers and learn about Grace Darling, rowing her boat across stormy seas.
At the beginning of each new term, children will take home a 'Knowledge Organiser'. This contains relevant information about the current topic. It also has three key questions which the children will aim to answer by the end of the topic. Children may also wish to extend their learning beyond the knowledge organiser if they have a specific interest in the topic.
Please use the knowledge organiser as a starting point for any extra study. The information on these sheets should be easily recalled by the children once the topic is completed.
Core Subject Priorities
- We are kind, gentle. inclusive and supportive.
- We look after property.
Homework will be sent home on a Friday. There will be a maths and a literacy task for the children to complete. Homework should be returned to school by the following Friday. In addition, children are expected to read their book, sent home from school, and to practise the 2, 5 and 10 times tables every night. Click on the yellow maths games star below to find a number of links to websites which will help children practise times tables and other maths skills. Children will have a daily spelling test in their RWI group and there is a link below to the common exception words which children are expected to be able to read and spell by the end of Year 2.