Seathorne Primary School - Success, Excellence, Achievement, Trust, Honesty, Openess, Respect, Nurture,Enjoyment

Count Alan Road, Winthorpe, Skegness, Lincs. PE25 1HB Telephone: 01754 764689 Email: enquiries@seathorne.lincs.sch.uk

Our Teachers are:

Miss Hall

Miss Hall

Our Teaching Assistant is:

Mrs Fletcher

Mrs Fletcher

Homework

Term 6 Homework

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Welcome to Beaufort Class

Our teachers are Miss Hall (Beaufort Class) and Ms O’Callaghan (Fireflies). Our Teaching Assistants are Mrs Fletcher (Beaufort) and Mrs North (Fireflies).

We are so lucky to have a large spacious classroom and we are developing our very own outdoor area too. Lots of our learning still takes place outdoors as we change from learning from the EYFS to the National Curriculum.

Our learning is topic based, and you can view our curriculum map for an overview of our learning for the year. We think our topics are really exciting and give us lots of opportunities to develop all our skills.

Dates for your diary

Monday 12th - Friday 16th June Y1 Phonics Screening Check.
Please make sure your child is in school daily.

Well Done!

Star of the Week: Amelia for fabulous artistry

Citizen of the Week: Ellie for thinking of others first

Literacy

Read, Write, Inc 3 x days a week and more discrete writing skills 2 days a week. In our literacy we will be focusing on poetry, instructions, letters and diary writing.

Maths

Reinforcing counting, ordering and comparing number to 100. Developing and securing strategies for addition and subtraction; doubles, halves, weight and capacity; 3D shape and time.

Science

Materials and Mechanics: How and what the city is built from. Investigating boats to escape from the Great Fire of London.

Religious Education

The Good Earth: As we prepare for Harvest, we give thanks to God for the good Earth.

Physical Education

Swimming: Tuesday afternoons at the Embassy Centre. Please send swimming costume and towel in a bag. They can bring a fruit snack to eat afterwards. Please still keep your PE kit in school for sports day practice.

Topic: The Great Fire of London

What life was like during that time, how it happened and what changes were made. What is the City of London like today?

Big Write - Letter and diary writing as Characters from the Fire

ICT

Modelling and Simulations Beginning to look at coding and programming to make a simple robot on screen follow commands we choose to give it, using Scratch Jr.

Personal, social & emotional development

Changes: Moving on towards the end of the school year, reflecting on our achievements and making plans for new changes.

Creative development:

Art - Collage and Artist Study - Looking at the work of L. S. Lowry and using it as inspiration for our own city collages.

Music: Designing and making junk instruments and making our own street music

How you can help at home

Children MUST complete homework on a weekly basis, using the homework framework - choose one piece weekly and submit by Friday. Support with daily reading and helping your child to learn their spellings which will be tested each Friday.

Remember, while your child has a set reading book change day we are happy to change books as often as required, put it in your class box in the morning!

Super writing

We have written some fantastic poetry about a walk in the woods using all of our senses!