Summer 2 week 1 w.b 3.6.24

In RE this week, the children were learning about the Feast of Corpus Christi Procession in preparation for the procession on Friday afternoon. They enjoyed learning about the symbols of Corpus Christi and taking part in the walk themselves as a way of consolidating their learning this week.

In Maths, the focus has been sharing into equal groups. The children chose a number from 2-20 and had to investigate if it can be shared between two groups equally.

In English, the children have continued their learning on the colour purple, they wrote a list of things that are purple in preparation for the poems they are going to write in the next few weeks.

In History the children have been looking at family trees. They focused on the succession of the Monarchy from the Queen Mother and King George IV down to Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

On Friday, the children took part in the Blessed Sacrament procession. The children walked to the Church in silence and showed great reverance and prayerfulness on this special occasion. After the procession the children were treated to an ice lolly!

           

Home Learning – Due Friday. Homework sheets will be sent home on Monday next week when the children have their bags in school. 

Mathletics – please complete the activities set.

Spellings – please practice the spellings with your child for a spelling test next Friday.

Phonics – please complete the phonics sheet and encourage your child to read the words to you. Please revise all Phase 5 sounds given out on sheet earlier this week and play Picnic on Pluto for real and nonsense words!https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/picnic-on-pluto

Reading – 5/10 minutes daily.

Have a lovely weekend.

Mrs Poyiadzis & Mrs Barnes

1 reply
  1. Eve Hammond
    Eve Hammond says:

    The children were so well prepared for the procession today, it was lovely to see how respectful and prayerful they all were. Definitely deserved the ice lollies after their hard work!

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