Spring Term in Ruby Class
Hello Ruby Class Class and Happy New Year. I hope you and your families are all happy, healthy and safe. Things are a little bit different this Spring Term as the majority of you will be spending time learning remotely from home. The aim this term is to cover as many of the objectives you would have covered had you been in school to ensure that good progress is still made and you have access to a broad, creative and fun curriculum.
This term we will be studying the books, Jim and the Beanstalk by Raymond Briggs and The Minpins by Roald Dahl and Patrick Benson. We will be covering a range of Literacy genres including writing stories, nonchronological reports and persuasive writing and variety of different
This term we are going to be revising all areas of learning that we covered in the Autumn Term as well as introducing new learning in order to ensure we haven’t missed any areas of the curriculum at the end of Year 2. We will be looking at multiplication and division, geometry and fractions. Lessons will continue to take place on Google Classroom.
In science, our topic is ‘Use of Everyday Materials’; we will study the properties and uses of different materials such as metal and plastic in
everyday life. We will also be looking at what plants need to grow and survive.
This topic for this term is called ‘Famous for more than Five Minutes’. Throughout this term, we will be studying people who have made significant contributions both nationally and internationally. We will learn about their achievements and try some projects in their areas of expertise such as art, music, leadership, science, mathematics and invention.
This term, we will be exploring the concepts of Islamic commitments to God, the story of Noah and Easter symbols.
Our Topic for this term is ‘Oceans and Seas.’ We will learn about the different seasonal and weather patterns in the United Kingdom, the location of hot and cold areas of the world in relation to the Equator and the continents and oceans. We will be using various methods to research and make cross-curricular links to history, human geography and art.