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Spring 1

Trips

Orange class visited Wardown Museum to look the paintings and art work, we also came across all sorts of other interesting stuff!

Then we had a walk around the park and fed some very greedy geese and ducks.

After that we drove to the Diamond Cafe at Woodlands School where we had a tasty lunch.

We had a lovely day out and are looking forward to our next trip .....

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Please find below our curriculum map for this term.

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Autumn 2

Willow Farm

we had a fabulous time at Willow Farm looking at the animals, we fed horses, goats and even carrots to a reindeer! After our lunch we went into Santa's Grotto, it was amazing and to top it all off we all got a key to the toy room where we could choose whatever we wanted! We had the best time!

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Cookery

In cookery this term we are busy following different recipes for eggs - look at us preparing the ingredients to make omelette wedges!

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Please view our curriculum map below for a brief overview of what we will be up to across this half term.

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Autumn 1

What a load of Junk!

As part of our What a load of Junk! topic we went to visit Cawleys Waste Management, we had a good look around and really enjoyed dressing up in a high viz and helmet.  There was so much for us to see, we had a great time!

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Hello and welcome to Orange Class, we hope you had a lovely summer break. This year your child will be looked after by Siobhan (teacher) and a team consisting of Jane, Pauline, Lynda, Vicky and Naima. We are very much looking forward to getting to know them all and working with you too. 

 

This half term our topic is ‘What a load of Junk’ the children will learn about some different materials, their uses and how things are recycled. Each week a nominated child will be the Eco Warrior and help with emptying the class compost bins as well as checking the class rubbish is put into the correct bin! 

 

In English we will be looking at ‘Whistle for Willie’ by Ezra Jack Keats, which is about a little boy named Peter who has a sausage dog called Willie; Peter is desperate to learn to whistle so his dog will come running. We are hoping for a visit from a real sausage dog at some point for the children to see up close. 

 

In Maths we will be studying a different area each fortnight including, Number, Measure, Geometry, Positional language and Money. 

 

Please see the Curriculum Map for more details of what is happening this term.

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