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ASH CLASS 2018 1
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  Week Beginning:           21st January

Next week in Ash class we will be:

Maths: looking at place value. We will practice finding one more or less and estimating quantities. We will find numbers on a bead string and with base 10 materials.

English: we will be planning and writing an informal letter. Spellings for this half term can be found lower down on this page. Please help your child to learn their spellings for Monday of each week.

Topic: This week we will learn about the Inuit people of Northern Canada and contrasting their lives with our own.

P.E. This term we will be doing gymnastics indoors and games outside. In games we are developing skills with bats this half term including steering, hitting and stopping a ball.


If you have any queries or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us.


Mrs Brookes and Mrs Schroeter.



Maths homework:

Please remember that we are setting on line maths homework weekly to support our learning. Please encourage your child to have a go at the fun activities. They can win rewards with which to play games etc. 

Information about your child's online maths homework can be found below, if you have forgotten or lost login details please let us know so that we can send them home again.. The website is:


If your child would like further activities please go to 'hit the button' and play doubles and halves as well as the 2 x table.


Things to remember weekly:


Monday - Forest school and spelling test (a paper copy of spellings will be sent home at the beginning of week 2). Reading books will be changed.T

Tuesday - Outdoor PE (weather permitting! We don't have a hall slot so weather appropriate PE kit is needed with this in mind please).

Wednesday -  Indoor PE (Black pumps please. )

Thursday - Reading books will be changed.

Spellings Spring 1 (whole class)

Please watch the clip in the web link below which will help your child to correctly pronounce each phonic sound. Not only will this prepare them for their phonics screening later this year but will also help develop reading skills.

Online  Games and advice:

The following websites have games which the children are familiar with from school...

Phonics Games:


Maths Games:



Spelling/ Literacy Games:



Oxford Owl is also a useful website for parental support:

For e-safety child friendly links try:


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