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Milton Hall Primary School

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Our aim is to make every child feel valued and happy because that is when learning is most effective.

Murray Class

Welcome to Murray Class


Your Teacher:  Miss Isaac

Your LSA:  Mrs Inglis

In School:

Our topic this term is 'What Happened to the Dinosaurs?'. We will be studying dinosaurs, archaelogists and volcanoes. 
Our class reading is 'Dilly the Dinosaur' by Tony Bradman and our Literacy is linked around this book. 

Our PE lessons take place on Monday & Tuesday so please make sure PE kits remain in school. 

In Maths this term we will be learning all about place value in 3-digit numbers. 

In Science lessons this term we will be learning all about rocks and fossils.



Homework will be sent out every Friday and is to be completed by the following Thursday. The homework will always have a spelling focus and either a Literacy or Maths focus. 
We will also be introducing STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Music) projects each term. Children will be set a project to complete at home with family members. At the end of each term we will celebrate the children's successes.  This term the children have been set the project of creating a world suitable for dinosaurs, using materials found at home.

Children are required to read for at least 15 minutes every day, either to themselves or to an adult. Reading records must also be signed (this can be done by the child) and brought into school each day. 

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We believe that your child should be encouraged to apply their knowledge and understanding of the world around them in innovative and creative new ways. We want our children to take thoughtful risks, work collaboratively, engage in experiential learning and persist in problem-solving. Our children will be
tomorrow’s leaders!

This year, STEAM Projects will be introduced at the beginning of each new term and your child will be encouraged to complete “mini” projects at home with you. At the end of each term, your child will be invited to present their project and findings with their classmates at a STEAM celebration.

This term's STEAM project is to create a miniature world suitable for dinosaurs! 


Murray Class

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