Welcome to Chestnut class!
Class teacher Miss Haddu
TAs Mrs Caldecoat
Our topic question this term is: Why do trees and plants matter?
PSHE Meeting 29.03.2022
During our meeting on Tuesday we discussed what PSHE during the Summer 2 term will look. In Summer 2 we will be looking at our RSE unit. As a school we follow the Cambridgeshire Primary Personal Development Programme.
There are 4 main focuses which are:
1. The human Life Cycle - understanding that humans produce babies which will grow into children and later adults. Understanding that babies grow inside a female body until they are ready to be born.
2. Growing up - thinking about the ways in which they have changed physically since they were born.
3. Personal responsibilities - thinking about their responsibilities compared to when they were younger.
4. Parents, Carers and Families - thinking about how the needs of babies and young children are met by their families. Understanding that not all families are the same, but that love and care should be at the heart of all families.
If you have any questions about what we will be learning about, please feel free to speak to me or our PSHE Lead - Rebecca Dawkins.
SATs meeting - 1st February 2022
If you would like to revisit the information from the meeting or incase you missed it, here is the powerpoint with all the key information and examples about what to expect.
Booklets are now available and can be bought on SIMS pay from Thursday 3rd February onwards for £5.50, rrp £14.00.
Curriculum Web for Summer 1
- Our PE days are Mondays and Thursdays. Children should come to school in their PE kits. Long hair tied back and no earrings or jewellery.
- Water bottles can be brought each day.
Try to read a little bit every day and remember to write it down in your Reading Record. You could read a book from home, one you have picked from school or you could have a look at the Oxford Reading website.
This link will take you to Oxford Reading. Select: Level then Book Band then colour. Your child will know what colour book band they are on, so please select books from there to read at home with your child.
There are more links below in the 'Reading websites' folder.