Thank you for your ongoing support. The children enjoyed a successful first half term. We hope you have a restful break.
Our next half term is a busy and an exciting one. We start our new topic (Memory Box - see below for further details) that begins with a trip to Weymouth Museum to develop the children's understanding of the past. The term ends with our Christmas performance and all the usual festivities!
As always, please speak to me if you have any concerns or queries.
Are you ready to travel back in time?
This half term, we’re taking a trip to the past to discover what life was like at the time when we were born. We’ll also find out how babies change and grow over time. Thinking about our childhoods, we’ll use photos and objects from the past to help us remember special times including weddings and christenings. We’ll talk about our families and share happy memories of people or pets who are no longer alive. Learning about the days, weeks and months of the year will help us to work out how long we will have to wait for our birthdays to arrive! We’ll decide how objects from the past were used and have fun learning games, songs and dances from bygone days.
Help your child prepare for their project
Looking back on the past can be funny, poignant and interesting! Why not get together as a family and share photos from the past, commenting on wacky clothes and happy holidays? Alternatively, visiting a local museum would allow you to see what life was like in the past. You could also play some traditional games from your childhood. Hopscotch, skipping and conkers are all lots of fun!
Our Memory Box topic will include, but is not limited to:
English: Recounts, diaries, rhymes, description and information books.
History: Changes within living memory.
Art and Design: Collage and family portraits.
D&T: Making celebration cards and a memory box.
Geography: Fieldwork skills
Maths: Multiplication, division, fractions and measurement.
PE: Traditional games.
Music: Songs that help us remember and writing songs.
Science: Animals including humans.
PSHE: Caring for babies, sharing memories and playing and working together.
Welcome to Turtle class
We are a mixed year one and two class. Mr Spokes, Mrs Hazel and Ms Carmona are the adults who work in Turtle class.
Please feel free to email me at email@example.com if you have any queries and I will endeavour to reply as soon as possible.