Oak Class

Teacher: Mr J Maitland | Teaching Assistant: Mrs L Gregory

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Homework

  • Please try and listen to your child read every day.
  • There are some ideas for home learning in the letter below.
  • Occasionally there will be other pieces of work to complete this term.
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Topic

Our topic this half term is Food Glorious Food
In English we will be learning the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar and The Enormous Turnip.
In Maths we will be looking at number and place value, addition and subtraction, shape, money and multiplication.
In our Topic work we will be learning all about Food from around the world and how food has changed over time

Food Topic Jigsaw

Food Topic Letter

 

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Parent Information

Please continue to support your child’s learning at home by:
Daily reading – this is essential to practice the skills taught in class, let us know in the Reading Record if you have any worries or want to share something amazing they’ve achieved in their reading.
Number Bonds – to learn to rapidly recall number pairs that make 10 and 20 is a valuable skill.

We are always so pleased to see any work that your child may choose to do at home; please look at the ideas for Home Learning and see if you can work with your child to complete some of the suggested tasks sent home for each topic.
At Sherborne Primary, we follow the Letters and Sounds phonics scheme. We use the Oxford Reading Tree and Big Cats Phonics books as our reading scheme. If you have any questions about phonics or reading, please see Mr Maitland.