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Class Teacher: Mrs Segust

Higher Level Teaching Assistant: Mrs Carter

Teaching Assistant: Shirley Taney

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our learning in Spring term 2

This half term our topic is Way Back Home. This is a geography based topic where we will be talking about where we live, human and physical features of Exning and Newmarket and drawing and reading maps. 

Please see our Long Term Plans for more details of the subjects taught through our topic


Addition and subtraction within 20

Comparison and difference. Represent and use number bonds; read, write, interpret and solve one-step problems.


Recognise, find and name a half and a quarter as one of two or four equal parts respectively.

Measures: Length and mass

Compare, describe, measure, record and solve practical problems.


Writing - Non-Fiction

  • writing an information text about an Alien

Spelling and Grammar

  • continuing our Rocket Spelling Challenges, spelling tricky words correctly in dictated sentences
  • Practising checking our spellings and purple polishing our work.
  • Using full stops at the end of our sentences.


  • Talking about the title and how it links to the story.
  • Talking about how our experiences link with the story. 
  • Talking about how characters feel. 

Animals including Humans 

  • Identify, name, draw and label basic parts of the human body and say which part of the body is associated with each sense.


Working Scientifically

  • Observe closely, using simple equipment.
  • Perform simple tests.
  • Identify and classify.
  • Use observations and ideas to suggest answers to questions.
  • Gather and record data to help in answering questions.
Last update: 2018-03-01

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