This year the Kingfishers is a class of 28 and our teacher is Miss Hatton. Mrs Holmes and Mrs Roberts will be our teaching assistants. Mrs Holmes will be with us Monday to Thursday and Mrs Roberts will be in our class on a Friday. There are lots of exciting things planned for this year and you can find out about them by looking at our class page or even better by following us on Twitter. Send a follow request to @Kingfisherskett to keep up to date with things in the classroom as they happen!
P.E. in the Kingfishers:
Please make sure you remember to bring your P.E. kit to school on the days we have P.E. We will try to be outside for our lessons as much as possible this term so you will need to have your trainers. Bring your plimsolls too, just in case we are inside. Our P.E. days will be: Monday and Wednesday.
Homework in the Kingfishers:
We will have homework on Fridays to be handed in on the following Thursday. Our homework is linked to what we have been learning about during the week and could have a Maths, Literacy or Topic focus. We will also have a list of spellings to learn drawn from our ongoing spelling work. Regularly reading our school reading books is also an important, ongoing part of our homework.
Reading in the Kingfishers:
Reading takes many forms in the Kingfishers. To enable us to progress with our reading we will have opportunities to do whole class, guided reading and individual reading. It is important to read at home too! We need to take our reading books home and try to read aloud to someone as often as we can. It is up to us to remember to put our reading book into the tray if it needs to be changed!
Barry is set for a new adventure this year. His "Fishertron 3000" is ready and he is going to use it to explore the different continents that make up our world. He will need to us his readiness, resilience and resourcefulness skills as he embarks on this adventure and he will need to remember to be responisble, respectful and reflective too!.
In Term 6 we will be helping Barry out by collecting fuel balls and this term we will earn fuel by being REFLECTIVE. It is also important to remember that we are ready, respectful, resilient, resourceful and responsible learners too!
Wow I can't believe we have reached our final term of the year already. This is going to be a jam packed term with Sports Day and a class trip coming up. Details for both to follow! We will be spending a couple of weeks more on learning about plants before starting our final topic of the term looking at Seaside holidays in the past and learning about Grace Darling.
In Literacy we will be completing our unit based on James and the Giant Peach and during this unit we will be writing in lots of different styles. Once that is done we will finish the term with some poetry and story writing. In Maths we will be focusing on time and other work linked to measures (length, mass and capacity). You could practise telling the time to the nearest quarter of an hour at home (o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to).