Spring 2 2020
This half term we will be focusing on the theme of 'Once Upon a Time'. The children will have the opportunity to explore a range of characters, settings and fairy-tale language.
The children will be exploring a range of traditional texts such:
Little Red Riding Hood
Jack and the Beanstalk
The Three Little Pig
Do you have a favourite fairy tale story?
Please remember to add photo's and videos of your child's learning onto our Tapestry program. We would love to share with the class your fabulous learning experiences from home.
PE sessions to be held every Wednesday day (please bring in a labelled PE uniform to be kept on the school grounds)
Learning logs will be handed out every Friday to be returned the following week with completed work by very latest Thursday
I can read to be handed out every Friday. Please ensure you return your book for new words / sentences by very latest Thursday
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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