Friday Briefing - 15/09/2017

This week we have been working on walking quietly around school.
 
English:  We have started to read the pirate story, Captain Flinn.  We have created a Role on the Wall to mind map words to describe Captain Stubble's characteristics and appearance.  We listed positional language as a group before using it to aid writing a set of instructions to find buried treasure.
 
Phonics: We have continued to look at the beginning of phase 5, whilst putting phase 4 into practice.  We now have our phonics groups ready.
 
Maths: We have been partitioning two digit numbers and recognising tens and ones.  We have used bead strings, number lines and white boards to help. 
 
PE: Multiskills: spacial awareness, moving in different ways and hand and eye coordination.
 
Art: Designing a pirate treasure map.
 
Geography: Maps of the United Kingdom and identifying the countries that make up the UK.
 
RE: We are exploring the creation story.
 
Homework: Name and decorate. 
Spellings: Spellings will go home every Thursday in a book to practise them in.   Spelling tests will take place on a Tuesday.  They will be in a separate book that is kept in school.
 
Please ensure reading books and diaries are in school everyday.
 
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