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Welcome to Skylarks!

 

Skylarks will be taught by Mrs Stenner on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and by Mrs Young on a Thursday and Friday. 

 

This term our PE sessions will be on Tuesdays and Fridays. Please ensure your child has the correct PE kit in school at all times, including daps. Our PE kit consists of royal blue shorts, a yellow t-shirt and daps.

 

Spellings for Years 1 and 2 will be given weekly on Fridays and tested the following Friday. There will continue to be a weekly maths or literacy activity based on the learning being covered in class.


The children will be learning the following this term:
 

LITERACY

The children will be reading, analysing and experimenting with writing using the following themes:

  • Fiction - Town Mouse, Country Mouse

  • Non-fiction - Animal Fact-books

  • Poetry - Monkey Puzzle and others

 


MATHEMATICS

The children will be covering the following areas during the term:

  • Time

  • Money

  • Addition and Subtraction

  • Logic and problem solving

 


TOPIC

Our Local Area 


RE

The children will be exploring a unit of work on:

  • Who are we?


MUSIC

The children will be learning about:

  • Feeling the pulse.

  • Taking off.

 

 

DT and ART

Art

  • Nature and self-expression

 

 

PSED

The children will be covering:

  • Relationships

  • Changes

 

PE

The children will be involved in:

  • Athletics

  • Sports Day Practise

 

 

COMPUTING

The children will be developing their skills through:

  • E-Safety.

  • Multimedia.

 

Lolly Stick Challenges

 Skylarks have Lolly Stick Challenges set each fortnight. The challenges are self-directed; children choose how to approach each challenge and what resources to use. On achievement of each challenge, the children receive a different coloured lolly stick to store in a display pocket in the classroom.

 

Continuous Provision

A large proportion of time in Skylarks Class is spent with the children accessing Continuous Provision, where they are able to practice and develop the skills they've been taught independently. Continuous Provision is carefully planned and organised throughout each area of the classroom and outdoor area. Children's interests and areas for development are carefully considered when planning Continuous Provision. 

 

 

 

 


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