Welcome to Shakespeare class
Your teacher is Miss Jones and your LSA is Mrs Pettitt
In Shakespeare class we are hard working and motivated to do our very best at all times. We always try our hardest in order to succeed and help our friends if they are finding something difficult. Take a look at some of the fun learning we get up to in Shakespeare class!
STAND UP A GOOD ONE CERTIFICATES
Well done to the children who have received a SUAGO certificate so far this year!
12/09/16 - Aatif
19/09/16 - Carmen
19/09/16 - James
26/09/16 - Ola
3/10/16 - Toby
10/10/16 - Sara
10/10/16 - Mario
10/10/16 - Monica
17/10/16 - Angel
7/11/16 - Isobel
7/11/16 - Maryam
7/11/16 - Monica
21/11/16 - Natalie
21/11/16 - Dawid
28/11/16 - Chanel
In Shakespeare class you are required to read for at least 30 minutes every day. Please practise your times tables every day as they are extremely important during maths lessons and will help you understand maths more easily. Homework is given out on a Friday and is expected to be given in without fail on Thursday morning, or earlier of course. Homework will consist of 1 piece of literacy and maths per week, spellings and times tables. Please make sure you come and ask us for help if you are struggling with your homework!
Our topic for Autumn Term 1 is Castles. We will be studying why we have castles and what they look like.
Our class reading book this term is Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone and our literacy lessons will be based around this fantastic book.
The pupils will be begin to learn place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division during maths lessons.
We have outdoor P.E on Tuesday afternoons and indoor P.E on Thursday afternoons. Please make sure you have your P.E kit in every day of the week as sometimes the timetable may alter.
This half term (Autumn 1) we are studying the Normans and we will be finding out lots of interesting facts from the internet, books on castles and our trip to Mountfitchet Castle. On our trip we will have lots of fun going back in time to live like the Normans in a Norman village with a campfire.
This half term (Autumn 2) we will be studying the Victorians! We are hoping to have a Victorian Day where we can go back in time and explore exactly what it was like to live as a Victorian child. The children have already found out lots of facts about Queen Victoria and what life was like for the poor people in the East End of London. Videos which the children have made about the Victorians will be on the website page shortly.