This year, we will be sending two book band books home. Each child will have two books that are at their reading level to read for two weeks. Please ensure your child is reading at home, this should be 15 minutes of reading every night.
Homework will be given out on a Friday and will be collected in the following Thursday.
-Spellings will be sent home and set within the new spelling groups. These will be tailored to you child's needs and then tested in the session.
-Maths will be given out weekly and will be linked to the child's learning.
We will be doing PE on a Tuesday and Thursday, please make sure PE kit is in for the entire term, we will still be going outdoors even if the weather is temperamental. Therefore, the children may need a waterproof jacket.
Items needed: white PE top, PE shorts/joggers, jumper, trainers, waterproof coat.
On a final note, If you have any questions please come and see me.
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STEM at Tyndale
Yesterday (Wednesday 15th March) we had our second visit from our STEM ambassadors - India, Lauren and Elliot. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. Two weeks ago they told us about their jobs, and how the STEM subjects helped them achieve success in their career. When they left, we had some work to do. We had to think about our aspirations for the future, and the jobs we would like to have. Then we had to think about how the STEM subjects could help us be successful. We were amazed at how many jobs used different aspects of STEM. From nurses, footballers, and YouTubers.
This week we needed to write a set of instructions to guide our partner through the maze, avoiding the deadly obstacles and returning to the spaceship. This was very similar to when we used scratch on the computers at Brimsham Green and helped us consider the importance of giving clear and precise instructions to ensure our programme was successful.
The afternoon flew by, and we cannot wait to see what we do with the STEM ambassadors next week!