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Icarus (SB2)

Welcome back!

We hope you all had a wonderful half term holiday and enjoyed spending time with each other. The start of our new term continues to look very different but we are all looking forward to seeing you all this week. Please remember to bring your I-Pad, chargers and headphones with you on Monday.

We have PE every Friday – please come into school in your PE kit. Kids Konnekt is each Thursday so you need to come in old clothes and bring wellies!

Love from,
Mrs Burgess, Mrs Ellerington, Miss Morris and Mrs Robinson. xx

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Spring 2

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This half term our topic will be science focused – Burps, Bottoms and Bile. The children will have chance to engage with different science experiments and will develop their knowledge of the digestive system. They will also learn about different types of teeth and how to look after them. The best bits will be learning about healthy eating – lots of opportunities to make some healthy recipes and eat them!!!

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Useful information

Here’s a list of sites that the children use regularly to support their learning:

https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth/school/student/63735

www.lexiacore5.com   

https://www.purplemash.com/sch/southbank

https://www.topmarks.co.uk

Autumn 2 learning

In Literacy, we use the book the Man in the Moon as our focus text and worked hard to complete descriptive work, developed our understanding of past and present tense, wrote questions to find out more information and retold the story in our own words. We also watched The Way Back Home and thought about how we could change the story to make our own version.

In Maths, the children developed their understanding of times tables, place value and worked hard to develop their addition and subtraction skills. They also used Times Tables Rockstars every day on their I-pads.

Our Topic work was all about space. We enjoyed learning about the different planets in our solar system and learnt about some key people who were famous for their work in space.

We also had fun learning about gravity and completed some science work about this – we had to use our measuring skills using a range of equipment to find out what happened to things of different weights with the pull of gravity.

Some of our children also had the extra challenge of learning to ride a bike! Check out our photo gallery below to see how they did!

Achievements

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