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Caldmore Primary Academy, Carless Street, Walsall, WS1 3RH

T: 01922 721359

E: office@Caldmore.attrust.org.uk

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Our teacher is Mrs Brereton.

Our HLTA is Ms Massey

Our TA’s are Mrs Shahzad and Miss Dowen.

Our Timetable

 

Wednesday– PE

Thursday- 3B will be swimming. Remember you will need a towel, your swimming clothes and a swimming hat.

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Thursday –  All reading books need to be brought into school.

Mental Arithmetic  Test – We will have our tests on a Tuesday.

Homework  will be given out on a Friday and needs to be returned by the following Wednesday.
Reading Diaries need to be signed a minimum of 3 times per week. Remember you can change your book any day that you wish but please remember to bring in your book and diary to school every Thursday so that we can check that you are reading regularly.

Our Spring Two  topic is ‘Gods And Mortals.’

 

What do you think we will be learning about?

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Do you want to  learn more about Greek homes? Click here  Link

To  learn more about ‘Who were the Ancient Greeks?’ click here Link

You can learn more about ‘A Guide to Ancient Greece.’ by clicking here Link

 

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This is what we will be learning in our other subjects:

English – We are learning about ‘The Dragon Slayer,’ a visual Literacy unit.

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Maths – We will be learning about money and time.

French – We are learning the French names for the colours.

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Computing – We will be learning more about algorithms and coding.

Science – We are learning about Forces.

 

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Geography– We will be locating Greece on a map of Europe and discussing the different climate and produce.

 

DT & Art – We will learn about the colour wheel and paint a picture of Medusa.

Games- We will be developing our dance skills.

REMEMBER TO VISIT THE SCHOOL LIBRARY.

If you have any more questions, please do not hesitate to ask!

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