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Welcome to our class page! On our page we will share what we are currently learning, letters will be available for download alongside other parent information and we will provide some links for activities to support learning at home.
Reading in 2020
Reading is a crucial skill for children to learn, and regular practice at home can help them develop. Furthermore reading is a pleasurable activity and a great activity to share at home.
50 Recommended Books for Reception
This link has a great list of books to share with your child - why not visit the library to see which ones you can borrow?
St Benet's Reading Challenge 2020
Below is our whole school reading challenge, how many boxes can you tick off?
See below form more information on our current learning in class.
What are knowledge organisers?
Knowledge Organisers show the basic knowledge we want all children to have learnt through a topic. These are used in class as a tool to help children recall information. Please look at these with your child at home as well - they are a great way to find out more about what your child is learning. For more information click here to download our parent letter about knowledge organisers.
Our first RE focus of Spring Term is Getting to Know Jesus.
We will be learning about who Jesus is, and how he can help us be kind, caring people.
We will then learn about Lent, and how it is a time we can all grow, just as the things around us grow in Spring as well.
Our daily phonics sessions continue this term. Your child will continue to bring home new sounds and words as they learn them - please continue to support you child at home by practicing these daily.
Below are some links to websites that provide games to play at home as well as support and information on helping your child with phonics.
English and Topic
Our English work this term will start off thinking about instruction writing as we learn how to make pancakes! We will practice giving and writing clear instructions, focusing on new vocabulary.
We will then start to explore Beccles. We will practice writing information about things, for example our favourite places in Beccles.
We will then read and share the book Katie in London. We will compare Beccles with London and practice more information writing, sharing facts we learn about the capital city.
This term we will be continue learning our numbers - moving on from 6 to 10. As well as practicing our counting to 20 and using our number skills.
We will also start to explore shape, both 2D and 3D.
Children will bring home a set of number flashcards to ten. You can practice with your child to help them recognise the numbers, order the numbers, count forwards and backwards and count out numbers of objects.
Below are some links to website that provide games to play at home.