Robins

Teacher - Miss K. Taylor

Teaching Assistants - Mrs J. Millward and Amelia O'Shea

 

The next stay and play session will on Tuesday 18th June 2019 9:30-10:30am.  

Our school trip to The Play Village:

Our topic this term: Traditional Tales

This term in Robins class we will be looking at Traditional Tales. This topic has been chosen by the children and they are all very excited to learn about all of the different books. We will be focusing on talk for writing. We will be story mapping, learning the story off by heart and telling it with actions too. We will also be looking at how we can change parts of the story to make it our own and will learn to orally tell these. We will also be using drama to act these out and perform them to the class.

 

P.E takes place on a  Wednesday Afternoons.

Please make sure all P.E kits are in school all week because we may not always do P.E on Fridays. You are welcome to take P.E kits home on Friday afternoon and during school holidays.

 

Music takes place on a Tuesday morning with Mrs James.

 

Robins class are looking for some help!
If you have any spare time and would like to volunteer in Robins class to either hear readers or work with groups of children, please speak to Miss Taylor. We would love to have you in our class. 

 

Homework:

Reading: Please ensure to read with your child as much as possible and record this in their reading journals. Reading books will be changed on Mondays and Thursdays, if you would like a new reading book before the book changing days please come into the classroom and change it. 

Tricky words: Please go through these with your child after reading with them. Tricky words are words that can not be sounded out they just need to know what they say. Once your child is confident with a set of tricky words, new ones will be given. 

 

Spellings: Some children will now becoming home with a spelling book. The book will have words in which I would like them to learn to spell. The children will be asked to spell these in schools on Fridays and will be given new sounds to learn for the following week. We have decided to do this in order to support the children in applying digraphs and trigraphs learnt in phonics. This will enable them to use these sounds when they are writing. Please ensure that when you do the spellings at home you don’t always do them in the same order. The children will pick up on this order and will not necessarily learn the spelling but the order in which they come in.



Pets Stay and Play Session: