Welcome to Vauxhall Bridge Class Parents and Children,
I’m Mrs. Jeevahan-the class teacher and also within the classroom is Mrs. Hunjan and Mrs Preston who are our teaching assistants.
We change our reading books every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. When you read with your child, please write a comment in your child’s reading record book, if there is no comment then we will not change the reading book.
Homework is given on a Friday and is due back the following Wednesday.
We have PE on a Monday and a Wednesday afternoon, so please ensure your child has his/her PE kit at school on these days.
All the children have settled in well and Vauxhall Bridge class team look forward to work with you this academic year!
Welcome back to Summer Term.
Hope you had a fantastic and relaxing Easter break.
Congratulations to our Mathletics Champions!
Lambeth Class : Adoma – 2632 Points and Natha 2520Points.
Vauxhall Class : Leon– 3540 Points and Isabella 2603Points.
Lambeth Class :Ryan
Vauxhall Class: Leon and Suvisha
Vauxhall Award : Tristan
Lambeth: Charlotte, Nicole and Lena
Bronze Award :
Lambeth Class : Japdeep, Comella, Isaiah, Jayden, Zayna, Magnus, Marwa, Yaacoob, Amira and Brook
Vauxhall Class : Naa Ayorkor, Elias, Ali, Martyna, Shun Ming and Isabella.
Our new topic for this term is called ‘Let It Grow’.
We will be focusing on -Recount writing about Easter Holidays. On Tuesday and Wednesday we will be planning, writing and editing our recount writing. Then on Thursday we will be discussing about our holiday homework -how to grow board bean plant, sequencing photographs and discussion about the key features of an instructions. By Friday we will be focusing on writing and editing instructions.
We will revisit and continue Place value and children will be using a range of resources – Ten frame, Part-Part Whole, Base 10 to develop a deeper understanding of tens and units,
Children will observe seasonal changes ‘Spring’ and describe weather patterns and understand how day length varies.
Children will name, locate and identify characteristics of the 4 countries and capital cities of the United Kingdom and its surrounding seas on Maps-Atlas work.
Gymnastics- Children will be learning to travel, balance and sequence movements.
SEAL- Good to be me. Children will be talking about how to promote happy healthy frindship.
We will continue to watch the Pantosaurus video… https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/underwear-rule/
Please check the link for the Parental guide.
We will be looking at Judaism- Authority and worship.
This week – Home work:– How to grow Board beans in a pot.
Record observations about your board beans growth.
Please hand it in by Wednesday 24th April, 2019
Please continue …
*Reading daily to develop fluency and comprehension skills.
*Play phonic games on Phonics Play / Starfall Phonics
Lambeth Class : Ben – 3726 and Charlotte 2360Points.
Vauxhall Class : Reluwane– 6280 Points and Krishan 7002Points.
Lambeth Class :Deyan, Marwa, Yaacoob
Vauxhall Award : Reluwane, Sayyid, Shun Ming
Bronze Award :
Lambeth Class : Japdeep, Kye, Cameron, Ayaan, Comella, Isaiah, Charlotte, Vanessa, Jayden, Adoma, Nicole. Ben
Vauxhall Class : Elizabeth, Yeabsira, Tristan, Kostek, Leon, Suvisha, Krishan
Children have been carefully observing a painting called ‘The girl in the rain’ and use this painting to create their own story map. This week they will write their own creative story.
We will revisit Place value and children will be using a range of resources – Ten frame, Part-Part Whole, Base 10 to develop a deeper understanding of tens and units,
Children will continue their learning about classifying animals into herbivores, carnivores and omnivores – Mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, fish, insects.
Children will explore weather patterns by looking at the climate patterns in UK and use atlas to identify the countries in UK.
Children will continue their learning by making different body shapes like tuck, pike, straddle, dish, arch etc… and also begin to do different rolls like a log roll, egg role and a teddy roll. Children will now sequence a range of movements.
We are learning about how to keep our bodies safe and how to get help if they feel vulnerable. We use the NSPCC website to learn about PANTS – the underwear rule.
It stands for P – Privates are Private, A -Always remember your body belongs to you, N- No means no, T- Talk about secrets that upset you, S – Speak up, someone can help.
Watch the Pantosaurus video… https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/underwear-rule/