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Reading- Please ensure your child reads every night at home and you sign their diary.  

Book bags need to be brought in to school everyday please.

P.E is on Monday and Thursday. Please ensure P.E kits are in school on these days including suitable footwear.

Homework is set on a Friday and due in on the following Wednesday please. Thank you!

Snack money-The cost of snack is £2.25 per week payable on a Monday please

Key Dates for this Term


    • Friday 26th May Science Day & Break up for Half Term
    • ​wb Monday 12th June Phonics Week & Arts Week
    • ​Friday 23rd June Provisional Sports Day
    • ​Friday 30th June Summer Fair
    • ​Friday 21st July End of year parents' assembly
    • ​Tuesday 25th July Leavers' Assembly



​Useful websites to support learning





Guided Reading

This term we will be exploring the following key texts:

The Naughty Bus
The Hundred Decker Bus
Jack and the Flum Flum Tree






 This term our topic is :

'Where do and did the wheels on the bus go?'

​We will explore where we live and what is special about it. How far we have travelled around the UK? How many different ways could you travel around our country? Has it always been easy to travel around our country? How has transport changed since your grandparents were little? 

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'Which birds and plants would Little Red Riding Hood find in our local area / school grounds?'

We will be investigating why Little Red Riding Hood would find Phoenix Park / our school grounds an interesting place to be. How can we identify the birds that we see in the park / school grounds? How can we keep a record of the plants and trees we find in the park / around the school grounds? 





This term we will be continuing with Singapore Maths.​​




'Young Investigators'- children will learn how to search the internet in relation to a specific topic and develop basic web skills.







In art, this term we will be looking at the work of Jackson Pollock.

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Music will be taught by specialist Janet Whittingham.