We hope that you have all been having a good week so far.
In English, we have been learning about the Tin Forest and the children have been using subordinating conjunctions to add their ideas together across sentences. We have been very impressed by the children’s use of emotion words, technical vocabulary and expanded noun phrases. Next week, we look forward to selecting WAGOLL examples (What A Good One Looks Like) and sending copies to Waterlooville library for their display board.
In Maths, we have been looking at the addition of four digit numbers. The children have used place value counters to explore what happens when they have too many ones, tens or hundreds in their place value columns (i.e. carrying). They have now begun to solve Tin Forest problems on subtraction – both classes have used dienes drawings to explore what happens when they need to do when exchanging a ten or hundred for more ones or tens (i.e. exchanging). Please ensure that your child logs on to Sumdog for additional Times Table practice this week.
Reminders for next week:
- Children to wear PE kits to school on Thursday morning, for a PE session with CM sports.
- Spelling and vocabulary homework is due on Thursday.
- We will not be collecting yellow reading journals until two weeks time (a fortnightly homework).
- Sumdog has been updated with Times Table learning only for this week.
We hope that you all have a wonderful weekend,
See you on Monday,
Miss Honeywell, Miss Jackson-Nash and Mrs Cairns