Don't forget to check Class Dojo!!
Friday 8th June – FOTPA Dad’s Breakfast
W/B 11th June – My Money Week
W/B 11th June – Phonics Screening Week
Wednesday 13th June – School Photos
Friday 15th June – Father’s Day Event
W/B 18th June – Safety Week
W/B 25th June – Sports Week
W/B 2nd July – Transition Week
Thursday 12th July – DALP Games
Friday 13th July – 100% Attenders Event
Wednesday 18th July – Always Green Treat
Why do you like to be beside the seaside?
Now… and then!
Texts/Films to Enjoy
The Lighthouse Keeper’s Tea
The Lighthouse Keeper’s Breakfast The Whale’s Song
The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch
Pirates Love Underpants
The Snail and the Whale
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
Using co-ordination and subordination
Commas to separate items in lists
Commas to mark possession
Sentence types – commands/exclamations/statements/questions
Expanded noun phrases
Know which letters are best un-joined.
Begin to use some of the diagonal and horizontal strokes needed to join letters.
I recall and use addition and subtraction facts to 20 fluently, and derive and use related facts up to 100.
I can add three single digit numbers
I recognise and use the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction and use this to check calculations and solve missing number problems
I can choose and use appropriate standard units to estimate and measure length /height/ mass/ temperature/capacity to the nearest unit
I recognise and use symbols for £ and p and combine an amount to make a particular value.
I can find different combinations of coins that equal the same amount of money.
I can solve problems in a practical context involving addition and subtraction of money of the same unit, including giving change.
I can tell the time and write the time to the hour, half past the hour as well as quarter to and quarter past the hour.
I can name and describe 2D and 3D shapes in terms of their properties.
I can use mathematical vocabulary to describe position, directions and movement.
Name the world’s major oceans and the capital cities of the UK
Learn about how people travel to the seaside and how they travelled in the past.
Learn about famous people from the past: George Stephenson and Grace Darling
Seaside holidays in the past – how are they the same today? How are they different?
Weather and seasons
Art/Craft and Design
Using ICT to create seaside pictures – adding effects
Creating seaside landscape pictures by mixing colours and using black and white to create tints and tones
Creating texture using sand and salt
Design and make a lighthouse
Creating old fashioned style pictures using pencils, pastels and charcoal
Design and make a sandcastle
Electricity – creating a circuit to light a light bulb for a lighthouse
Floating and sinking
Habitats – naming animals found in seaside habitats and creating simple food chains
Naming animals found at the seaside and describing and comparing their structures
Games including traditional beach games
How a lighthouse helps to save lives
RNLI – what do they do? How do they help people?
Jesus’s friends and followers
Traditional seaside songs
With help from my teacher, review my own work and identify what I’ve done well.
With help I can suggest how to improve my work.
With help I review my own work and identify what I’ve done well.
I am beginning to change my behaviour to suit different roles and situations.
I recognise feelings and behaviour of others.
I keep going with an activity for the pleasure it provides and sometimes for a reward.
I recognise my achievements in some areas.
I answer relevant questions about why things happen and how things work.
I have imaginative ideas.
I’m prepared to put forward my ideas or answers in a small group.
I try to remain patient if solutions are not readily at hand.