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Hello and welcome to our Spring Term page!

Our new topic is called Treasure Island!Tale, Story, Pirates, Fantasy, Treasure, Map, Island

This is a Science and Computing topic.

In Science we will learn how to

To identify and name a variety of animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals

To describe and compare the structure of a fish with humans and some other animals

In Computing we will learn how to 

To understand what algorithms are

Create and debug simple programs

Use logical reasoning to predict behaviour of simple programs

Recognise common uses of information technology beyond the school

Our topic this half term is the artist


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Today we came to school wearing spotty clothes! We used oil pastels, coloured pencils and felt tips to try to create our class Kusama picture.

Yayoi Kusama has an exhibition coming to the Tate London

We will describe the differences and similarities between different practises and make links to our own work

We will use sculpture to develop help and share our ideas and imaginations

We will develop a wide range of art and design techniques, using colour, pattern texture, shape, form and space

We have been ordering and comparing numbers to 50.  Click on the link below to play ordering games and place value games.


In maths we are learning about PLACE VALUE.

  Click on the picture below to play a game to help you learn about those tens and ones!


Our topic is a Science topic called POLAR ADVENTURERS.


To start our topic off we came into school dressed ready to explore the Polar  regions.

Our objectives for this topic are:
To name animals that are birds, fish and mammals.
To name common animals that are carnivores, herbivores and omnivores.
To describe and compare different common animals.
To describe the properties of everyday materials that are transparent, translucent, opaque, waterproof, flexible.
To compare and group materials that are transparent, translucent, opaque, waterproof, flexible.

Click on the Polar Bear to get to a website full of information about the Polar regions...

In our English lessons we will be sharing the story

'The Lonely Beast' by Chris Judge.

The Lonely Beast came to visit us in class and took us on a journey to help us with our story writing.

This game will help you with your addition and subtraction to 20!!




Design, make and evaluate a delicious healthy drink

Design: Design a purposeful, healthy and appealing drink for themselves or another user based on their design criteria

Make: Select and use simple tools and equipment to prepare and combine ingredients. Select and use ingredients to design and make a healthy drink

Evaluate: Explore and evaluate a range of fruit and vegetable juices. Evaluate their ideas and drinks against a design criteria

Cooking/Nutrition: Use the basic principles of a healthy diet to prepare drinks.  Understand where some fruit and vegetables come from.

We've been practising our number bonds to 10 and to 20.  Play these games to help you!


Over the next three weeks we will be looking at and following different instructions.  We will look at the features of an instruction text. 

We will share the story Vegetable Glue by Susan Chandler.

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