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Hazel

Spring Term: 2019-20
Topic: Alternative traditional tales


English

  • Fiction and non-fiction books relating to our topic:
    • What Do People Do All Day, Burglar Bill and Mrs Wobble The Waitress
  • Narrative Therapy: different groups working on the concept of telling stories, identifying who, what, where and when
  • Letter formation: forming lower case and upper case letters, as well as matching them
  • Writing fact files about story characters
  • Creating story maps and sequencing story events
  • Writing descriptions of characters
  • Writing story predictions, finding the characters from the story from a selection
  • Using speech bubbles and exclamation marks and knowing their meaning
  • Writing character profiles and answering comprehension questions
  • Typing a letter with given criteria
  • Writing a poem with given criteria
  • Reading Records
  • Streamed Read Write Inc. Phonics sessions / See and Learn reading programme

Mathematics

  • Number and place value: number formation, ordering numbers, counting forwards and backwards within 100, finding more and less of a given number, finding odd and even numbers, tens and ones, part whole models
  • Addition and subtraction
  • Geometry: position and direction
  • Measure (Time): including simple word problems

Foundation subject topics

  • Science: Light and shadows
  • Humanities: History focus: Ancient Greece
  • Art/DT: sculpture
  • French: colours
  • Computing: weekly sessions with Jane Walters
  • Music: weekly sessions with Clare Pilkington
  • PE: weekly sessions with Tom Kophamel
  • PSHCE and RE: weekly sessions with Ali Mills
  • Carousel activities: swimming (1st half term); cookery (2nd half term)