1. Good to be Green – a whole school initiative which encourages children to stay on ‘green’ throughout the week. Children will receive a yellow card for poor behaviour and work ethic, they have the chance to earn this back. If poor behaviour continues, a red card is issued and they are sent to Mrs Mitchell.
2. House points – these are given when children demonstrate ‘green’ behaviour (following class rules, being kind, contributing to lessons, doing the best work they can, challenging themselves and striving to be the best they can be!)
3. Table points – As well as individual house points, children can earn table points for demonstrating good team work, communication, co-operation, tidiness and support. At the end of each week, the table with the most results will receive a prize as well as a raffle ticket. At the end of each term, I will draw a raffle ticket and the winner will receieve a special prize! 😀
Maths– Reading and writing numbers up to 1,000,000 – Comparing numbers up to 1,000,000 – Rounding numbers – Addition and subtraction of numbers up to 1,000,000 – Multiplication and division of numbers up to 1,000,000
Our next book in Literacy is The Firework Maker’s Daughter.
What Lila wants to be more than anything else in the world is . . . a Firework-Maker!
But firework-making is not just about being able to make Crackle-Dragons and Golden Sneezes. There is also one special secret: every Firework-Maker must make a perilous journey to face the terrifying Fire-Fiend!
Not knowing that she needs special protection to survive the Fire-Fiend’s flames, Lila sets off alone. Her friends, Chulak and Hamlet – the King’s white elephant – race after her. But can they possibly reach her in time?
Science – Reversible and irreversible changes. French – Greetings, numbers and colours. Music – rhythm and composition. ICT – Coding simple programs and debugging. PE – Swimming and athletics. Geography – Habitats. Art and DT – Clay work.