Croeso i Dosbarth Puffin!
Welcome to Class Puffin!
Dosbarth Puffin Key Information:
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PE is on a Monday. Please make sure kit is worn to school. Children will not take part unless they have suitable clothes. Children should wear black jogging bottoms or shorts and their school PE T-shirt.
Due to health and safety guidelines we cannot send home reading books at present. Your child has taken home login details for Bug Club - the online reading platform we use in school. Your child can read at home on Bug Club using a phone, tablet, laptop or computer. If you need your child's login details again, please send Miss Eades a message on Seesaw. You can help your child by reading with them at least 3 times a week. Miss Eades check Bug Club daily to ensure every child has books to read.
To minimise paper homework will be set on seesaw every Friday Your child will have the option to complete it directly onto seesaw or on paper and take a photo to put on seesaw. To login to seesaw your child has been given a 12 letter code and this was sent home to all parents in September. If you need your child's code again, please send Miss Eades a message on seesaw Family.
Seesaw and Seesaw Family
Can all parents please make sure you have joined seesaw Family to see all the wonderful photos and videos of your child's learning. Seesaw Family is an app you can download to your smart phone. Seesaw Family allows you to send messages directly to Miss Eades and Miss Eades will post all important letters and news onto seesaw Family.
Spring Context for Learning
Once upon a time...
Pupils will learn to retell traditional tales including the Three Little Pigs and The Three Billy Goats Gruff. We will develop our ICT and oracy skills to retell stories using apps 'Chatterpix' and 'Puppet Pals'. In science we'll look at different materials and explore weight by completing a science experiement 'Will it huff and puff?'
Aumtumn Context for Learning
Our topic this term is Real Life Heroes!
Pupils will learn and develop a range of skills within this context including how to sound out and spell key words; write descriptive sentences; use capital letters and full stops; using watercolours to paint pictures; stay safe on-line; and use our mental maths skills to practice adding and taking away.