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Week beginning 1st November 2021

Welcome back to school everyone - we hope you had an enjoyable and restful break! 

This week we have started on our new text 'Gruffalo crumble' which is full of lots of delicious looking recipes for the Gruffalo to make!  It is a non-fiction text, and this week we are exploring instruction writing and using the language of instruction.  The children have done very well verbally giving instructions to each other and writing out a sequence of instructions. 

In maths we have been learning to represent numbers and amounts pictorially in a wide range of ways including on tens grids, showing amounts as part-whole models, drawing bar models and writing addition number sentences!  

In science we have begun our new topic 'Everyday materials' finding out about a wide range of materials and thinking about why objects are made from that material. 

In music we have started to learn a new song through our music scheme 'Charanga'.  We have been very busy learning our lines and practising for our class assembly!  

Next week we are continuing with the book 'Gruffalo crumble' and instruction writing and in maths we will be exploring subtraction. 

We are starting a new topic in PSHE called 'Celebrating difference' and we will be thinking about what makes us the same and what makes us unique and special.  

Please come along to our class assembly which is now on Thursday morning at 9.05 am we have been working hard on this and the children cannot wait to share lots of their amazing learning. 

Just a reminder to keep going with our Mathletics home learning which is online and make reading a high priority please - we want to keep our reading scores high and be the best 'super readers'! 

Thank you for all of your support from home - it is really appreciated. 

Mrs Scanzi and Mrs Warren.