Autumn Term in Jet Class
Hello Jet Class and welcome back!! this term is going to be very exciting. We will be looking at some interesting topics, which will keep our learning exciting. Our topic this term will be the ancient Greeks. We will be creating an assembly based on this topic, which will be amazing!!
Maths: In maths, we will be looking at number, from the four operations to place value. We will aim to increase our fluency and times tables and move to working with larger seven-digit numbers. We will finish off the term with a consolidation of our learning by building upon our fluency and using reasoning and problem-solving skills.
Please continue to work with your child to aid their learning of the times tables.
English: As part of our English curriculum, we will continue to develop our amazing writing skills in English. We will one using many different quality texts and developing excellent final written pieces. Our stimulus books will be drawn from the whole curriculum, from the Greeks to remembrance Sunday and Black History Month.
We will continue to build on our grammar progress and also our spelling knowledge. We will also work on our reading skills in class by participating in our daily guided reading sessions.
Topic – Ancient Greece: Through the term we will be looking at Ancient Greece. We will be focusing on Alexander the Greek and his contribution to ancient Greece’s empire. There will be a focus on the Olympics, the Greek Gods, the gift of democracy and many other interesting topics. We will also link this to geography by looking at atlases and maps. There will be a strong focus on how ancient Greece and the ancient Greeks still impact our lives today.
Science: This term, our science will be focused on Earth and Space, then living things and their habitats. As part of our science learning, we will be going on a trip to the science museum,
RE: In R.E. this term we will be looking at the miracles of Jesus and how they slowly, but surely increased his presence.
Please read our class letter here… Jet Class Autumn 2021
Thank you, Mr McEleney