Growing In Faith and Learning
Welcome to Robins Class Page!
Welcome to our class page. Our Robins class is taught by Miss Preece and supported by Mrs Juxon and Mrs Pallett. We hope that this page gives you all the information you need!
This half term we are learning through the topic 'Wild Adventures'. During this topic, we will look at a range of different texts, fiction and non-fiction. We will look at different animals and where they live. The children will learn through a range of activities, developing their skills in all areas, making learning fun and purposeful.
All activities for your child's home learning will be posted below. I would love to see how well they are getting on so please send pictures through Dojo. If you have any problems, please don't hesitate to contact me.
This half term the whole school will be having the same RE focus. Please visit: https://www.st-leonards-wigginton.staffs.sch.uk/christian-distinctiveness/
This will explain your task in more detail.
Music - week beginning 6.7.20
This week's learning for Music is on Charanga, called Big Bear Funk. Have a go and let me know what you have done. Mrs Bryan
Music - week beginning 13.7.20
This week's learning for Music follows on from last week and is step 2. Have a go and let me know what you have done. Mrs Bryan
This term our main focus is phonics, supporting the children to learn their phonemes and develop these into reading and writing. Our Nursery children are currently working at Phase 1, where they focus on what they can hear as well oral segmenting and blending. Our Reception children are working at Phase 2, where they are learning a range of phonemes as well as the letter formation for each letter introduced.
Please support your child with this at home, encouraging them to share the phonemes they have been learning and encouraging them to use them as much as possible.
Our PE sessions this half term are on a Thursday afternoon and every other Friday afternoon for enrichment sports, but the children are presented with lots of opportunities to develop their moving and handling skill on a daily basis. This term we are doing Dance, where the children will learn to move to the music and create a small routine. We are also supporting the children in learning to change independently.
Please ensure your child has a PE kit within school everyday as we may offer additional PE sessions. They require a white t-shirt, black shorts, pumps for indoor PE and trainers for outdoor PE, socks and a tracksuit for outdoor sports.
This term we are focusing on 'Salvation', where we will learn about Easter.
All children in Reception will be given a reading book once the children are confident with the first 3 weeks phonemes to support them with reading words. Nursery children will not be having reading books but we ask that you continue to share stories with them at home so they continue developing a love of books.
Please note that it is essential that read daily at home, however we ask that regular reading takes place so that the children are continuing to develop their use of phonics. We ask that the children read each book 3 times, the first to use their phonemes, the second to develop their fluency and the third to have a good understanding of the story.
Children within Reception and Nursery will have a continuous provision which will have ample opportunities for children to explore number, shape, space and measure. We will encourage them to investigate and develop their language skills throughout their time in school, challenging them to think more independently and apply their own ideas. They will also have maths sessions where a focused aim is set, so they can then practise these skills at their leisure within the provision.
This half term we are looking at number, developing counting skills and number recognition.
Miss Preece Mrs JuxonMrs Pallett Mrs Byrne
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Useful Phonics Websites for Parents:
Lots of information and guidance for parents/carers
A selection of interactive games for all phonic phases. Mostly simple games.
A great selection of games that link well with games in Letters and Sounds.
Printable resources for each of the Letters and Sounds phonic phases, also links to games aligned with each phase.
Letter names come up in alphabetical order.
Activities for all phases.
Phonic game with choice of difficulty (some HFWs, some vowel blends, very varied).
Make any words with this useful game.
Useful page which demonstrates pronunciation of all sounds.
Useful page to support developing language skills with your child.