A very warm welcome to Class 2. Our teachers are Mr Whipps and Miss McLaughlin. Our teaching assistant is Mrs Dungey who supports our learning and teaches Wild Tribe on Monday.
We are a mixture of Year 3 and 4 and work closely with each other in all parts of the learning. Our topic this term is "What have the Romans done for us" which is a continuation of the topic during the summer term. We will be looking at the influence of the Roman empire on Britain and what life was like before their arrival.
PE will be on a Tuesday afternoon and Wild Tribe will be on a Monday afternoon. Please make sure that you have your kit in school for those sessions. Everyone will have a library book and a home reading book which will be taken home. Please can you complete your reading record to allow us to move you up the Reading Karate scale.
We are always happy to have a chat about your learning, just let us know.
Mr Whipps, Miss McLaughlin and Mrs Dungey.
Class 2 have really taken the topic of “What Have the Romans Done For Us?” To heart. We’ve had some amazing home learning already from cooking to maps, artwork to clocks, the children have been working hard at school and home.
Please check the photos of a selection of the work done so far. Well done to all the children for all their hard work.
Our first piece of writing will be based around the learning, adapting and re-writing the story of Little Red Riding Hood.
The children started this week with learning some actions to help them to memorise the class story - this means they will be able to use the vocabulary and sentence structure to produce an amazing finished piece of work.
The class text is below this blog entry and it would be amazing if you would help the children to read and practise their actions ready for showing in class.
Thanks again for your hep in supporting learning at home and school.
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