Welcome to Waterloo Bridge Class
Class Teacher – Mrs K Fallon
Teaching Assistants – Miss Gourlay and Miss Smith
We are pleased to welcome your child to Waterloo Bridge class and are grateful for your help and support.
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.
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.
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.
This week our learning will be as follows;
- In mathematics we will learn column addition and subtraction.
- In English we will do some tasks connected with Varjak Paw by S F Said.
- In science we will learn how sedimentary rock is formed.
- In geography we will learn how volcanoes are formed.
- In RE we will learn about How Muslim’s care for our world.
All learning will be posted on Google Classroom. There will be alive lesson each day at 10:45. For safeguarding reasons the link to the live lesson is published five minutes before the lesson on Google Classroom (both in the live stream and in the assignment folder on classwork.) This ensures that teachers are present when children enter the classroom.
A timetable for the week is as follows;
A link to google classroom is below. A guide to using Google Classroom at Howard is also attached.
This week we will continue learning at home. Our learning will be as follows;
- In mathematics we will continue our work on place value.
- In English we will write non-chronological reports on volcanoes.
- In geography we will be learning about flow mountains.
- In science we will be learning how metamorphic rocks are formed.
- In RE we will learn how Buddhists care for our world through the story of Siddartha and the Swan.
All work is posted on google classroom. If you have any difficulty accessing the work please contact us on email@example.com.