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Mablethorpe Primary Academy

Jellyfish

 

                      Class Teacher - Mr T Brocklebank.

 

                                                       

                   

Welcome to the Jellyfish class. 

We hope you have had a lovely summer holiday, and we are looking forward to welcoming you back for the new school year!

We are excited about the many different topics we will look at this term. During geography, we will be investigating the local area and the history of our school. In maths, we are focusing on place value, followed by addition and subtraction. We will be reading a fiction and a non-fiction book about the circus, linking it to its history with Mablethorpe.

We will be beginning to think scientifically by examining investigating animals and humans, while continuing to explore how the seasons change throughout the year. In religious education we will be continuing to explore Islam. During PE, we will be developing our fundamental movement skills and ball control. We will be improving our keyboard skills in computing. PSHE will encourage us to explore where and how we fit into our world and celebrate our differences. 

PE will be on Mondays and Tuesdays. We will be using the outdoor area for PE at least once a week. Please come to school in PE kit, with a hoodie and joggers as the weather gets colder.   

Reading books will be sent home with your child every Friday, please read the books with your child and write in the reading journal, and return them in your book bag every Wednesday. Your child will bring two books home, one will be linked to their phonics level and the other will be a 'choosey book' which may be more difficult that they might not be able to read, this is a book that your child is interested in and you may need to read to them and share the book with them.

If you have any questions, please speak to a member of the classroom staff when dropping off or collecting your child.

Thank you and we hope you have a lovely term!

Mr Brocklebank and Miss Heppenstall