Spring 2 Week 4 w.b 18.3.24

In Re this week the children retold the story of The Last Supper. They were split into two groups and went off to set their own tables, including unleavened bread, cups and plates. The children then re-enacted the events of the story.

Year one started their week with their second visit from the Hertfordshire Mental support team. This week. the children continued to learn how to recognise and name a range of emotions. They were introduced to the Zones of regulation and talked about how they were feeling. They discussed which colour zone they were feeling they were in on that day. The children were asked to draw how they were feeling and how this would show to other people. Next, the children drew around their hands and wrote down the people who are important to them in their lives and who helps them in their everyday lives.


In Maths this week, the children worked on subtracting by counting back using a number line. They used the words first, then and now to help them to subtract by counting back using a number line as a guide. We will be continuing subtraction activities next week.

In English, Year one sequenced pictures from the story of The Last Noo- Noo and retold the story in groups using the pictures to help them.

In PE, the children practised bouncing and retrieving a ball with a partner. The children practised using one and two bounces to pass the ball to each other. It was a very enjoyable lesson, with the children working together and enjoying practising together.

Home Learning – Due Friday.

Mathletics – please complete the activities set.

Handwriting sheet – practice letters sent home. You do not need to send this back as they are also practised daily in school.

Spellings – please practice the spellings with your child for a spelling test next Friday. This also does not need to be sent back.

Reading – 5/10 minutes daily.

Reminder – school finishes at 1pm next Thursday.

Wishing you all a restful weekend.

Mrs Poyiadzis and Mrs Barnes

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