Waterloo

Welcome to Waterloo Bridge Class

Class Teacher – Mrs K Fallon

Teaching Assistants – Mrs Glenn and Mrs Tooze

We are pleased to welcome your child to Waterloo Bridge class and are grateful for your help and support.

 

Reading

Children are asked to read at home on a daily basis and their book should be brought to school each day. It is helpful if parents can comment regularly in their child’s Reading Record, particularly when their child has finished their book. Children are responsible for changing and selecting their own books in the morning.

Homework

Children will be given homework each Friday to be handed in by the following Tuesday. Children are also asked to learn spellings and times tables at home. They are responsible for recording their homework in their homework diary.

Other

Children are asked to bring to school a water bottle. They should have a waterproof coat when it is raining or the forecast is for rain.

Week beginning 27th January

January 25, 2020

This week our learning will be as follows;

  • In mathematics we will measure length. We will also learn to compare, add and subtract length.
  • In English we will complete our own version of Magic Dogs of the Volcanoes. We will then begin a new unit on non-chronological reports.
  • In science we will learn how igneous and metamorphic rocks are formed.
  •  In art, DT and geography we will begin to make working papier-mâché volcanoes.

We are grateful to all the parents who have sent in newspapers.

Week beginning 20th January

January 17, 2020

This week our learning will be as follows;

  • In mathematics we will begin work on length. We will estimate and measure accurately and compare units of measure.
  • In English we will plan new characters before writing our own version of Magic Dogs of the Volcano.
  • In science we will find out how igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks are formed.
  • In geography we will create posters on famous volcanoes,
  • In RE will learn how Muslims care for our world.

We would be grateful if children would bring in newspapers to use in making volcanoes.