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Mars class

Our Year 1 and 2 class

Welcome to Mars class. The teacher is Mrs Miller and the Teaching Assistants are Mrs Regardsoe and Mrs Sparkes.

Welcome back to the Summer Term.  I do hope you had a lovely Easter break.  We also welcome back Mrs Regardsoe who was shielding last term and also Miss Quinn, our student teacher, who will be with us until 1st July.

Our topic this term is “The Seaside” and we have lots of exciting lessons planned including learning about the Titanic, Grace Darling and the Seaside in the past and present with Magic Grandad.   Fingers crossed we may be able to do a school trip to the coast at the end of the year!  Please take a look at our topic web below for more details about what we will be covering.   We also have catching up to do from last term and our main focus will be Reading, Maths and Literacy alongside a broad and challenging broader curriculum!

Homework will continue to be uploaded onto Seesaw every Friday along with the spelling list for the test the following week, so please do keep an eye out for any notifications you receive via the app / email.   This term, Year 1s will now have 10 spellings to learn a week and will have weekly Maths and Literacy homework instead of alternating.   Please also do continue to keep up with the reading at home; your support with this plays a huge part in your child’s progress.   Remember to challenge your child with questions about the text and use the bookmarks for examples of some questions you could ask.