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Hello and welcome to the Owls!


We are a class of 30 children. Our teacher is called Miss Hatton and Mrs Cherry is our teaching assistant.


This year promises to be an exciting, fun filled year. To keep up to date with what is happening in the classroom you can  follow us on Twitter. Send a follow request to @Owlsketton to see what we are up to!



In the Owls our P.E. days are Monday and Friday. Please make sure you remember to bring your P.E. kit to school on these days. When the weather is nice we will try to be outside for our lessons as much as possible so you will need to have your trainers. Bring your plimsolls too, just in case we are inside. 



Reading takes many forms in the Owls. To enable us to progress with our reading we will have opportunities to do whole class, group, paired and individual reading activities across the curriculum. The Owls will continue to bring books home to enjoy and discuss. Please listen to your child read as often as possible and record this in their reading record. The Owls take part in our reading challenge and start to collect their reading stars this year. Every time they read at home, this read will count towards their 50, 100 and 150 reads! Reading books will be changed on Mondays and Thursdays. If you have finished your book and it isn't one of these days then it is ok to reread it. Doing this will help you to improve your sight reading and reading fluency. 


EPIC Learning

In the Owls we are Ready, Respectful, Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible and Reflective learners. Each term we will focus on one of our Rs. In term 1, we will be thinking about what it means to be 'ready to learn'.


Term 1

We will start the year with a topic entitled "Introducing Me!". This topic will have a mainly Science based focus but it will incorporate some Art, D&T and Geography work as the term goes on. 

In English we will start by looking at writing lists, labels and captions. We will be focusing on writing simple sentences with capital letters at the start and full stops at the end.

In Maths we start off with a number block and we will be revisiting and recapping our work from Flamingos by focusing on the numbers up to 10. Within this unit, we will be sorting objects, counting objects, writing numbers, counting forwards and backwards, comparing amounts and ordering numbers. We will also look at representing numbers in lots of different ways, using lots of different apparatus. 


I can't wait to get started! See you all on Tuesday 3rd September!


  • Ketton C of E Primary School,
  • High Street, Ketton, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 3TE
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  • Telephone: 01780 720301