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Class Teachers: Mrs Segust & Mrs Burrows

Higher Level Teaching Assistant: Mrs Carter

our learning in the spring term


Adding and Subtracting with 50.

  • Read, write and interpret mathematical statements involving addition, subtraction and equals signs. 
  • represent and use numberbonds and related subtraction facts to 20. 


  • recognise, find and name a half as one of two equal parts of an object, shape or quantity.
  •  recognise, find and name a quarter as one of four equal parts of an object, shape or quantity.

 Length and Weight

  • compare, describe and solve problems for lengths and heights as well as weight.















Writing - Instructions

We will be writing instructions on How to Rescue a Princess.

  • Writing for purpose
  • Using imaginative description to add interest
  • Organising writing appropriately
  • Using sentences appropriately
  • Presenting work neatly

Writing - Poetry

We will be learning short poems and noticing some of the patterns that poetry uses such as rhyme and alliteration. 

Spelling and Grammar

Each week we will focus on a specific phoneme and practise reading and spelling words. This will be on the weekly newsletter.

We will be learning all the different rules that apply when adding suffixes such as -ed and -ing  to root words.


We aim for a member of staff to hear every child read once a week. This could be a fiction, non fiction or poetry text. We will share in your child's reading record our focus for discussion. Your child may be heard individually or in a small group. 

You could talk to your child about 

  • The significance of the title of the book. 
  • Their own similar experiences to those in the story.
  • What they think will happen next.
  • How the characters are feeling based upon what they say and do. 



We will be exploring and investigating everyday materials.



We will be labeling the human body and focusing on the senses.























Last update: 2017-03-19

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