Forest Class have had such a fantastic Spring term and managed to fit in so much!
Each Friday we have started cookery lessons with Dipika where the children have been following recipes to make delicious but healthy food which tied in with this term’s PSHE topic.
In maths, Oak Learners (YR) have been learning about 1 more and 1 less and looking at ordering numbers to 20. Hazel Learners (Y1) children have been learning about place value and beginning to explore multiplication and division through making equal groups of objects.
This term we had ‘Maths and Art Week’ where we looked at the artist Kandinsky. We used our mathematical knowledge of 2d and 3d shapes, symmetry and repeated patterns to help us develop our artistic skills. We created our own Kandinsky inspired paintings and a class frieze which we shared with the whole school in assembly.
In literacy, we learnt the story of ‘Monkey See Monkey Do’ and even changed the story using our own imaginative ideas.
This term we have learnt all about seasonal changes. We have learnt about the different seasons and the changes that happen with each season. We also thought about weather around the world and how it differs depending on where you live. We have also learnt about animals and how some animals are nocturnal, we even made our own non fiction book. We have learnt about how different animals cope with winter by either hibernating, migrating or changing.
Our talk for writing book was Owl Babies and we innovated it to write a story about 3 baby hedgehogs. The baby hedgehogs go exploring in the snow and come across a fox. Come and read our stories if you want to find out how the baby hedgehogs escape.
In maths we have thought about addition and subtraction and how drawing pictures can help us to solve the calculations.
Next term we are looking forward to learning about coding and how it is used to control so many things