A big Welcome from Wise Owls!
Teacher: Mrs Epstein
LSA: Mrs Gregory
School Year 2019 - 2020
We are so looking forward to the year ahead.
Coronavirus- Self Isolating
Please find links to websites and documents for children to use in their home learning.
Phonics and Reading
All other subjects
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7sW4j8p7k9D_qRRMUsGqyw (Mr T's Phonic's videos)
Please log into Mathletics and Teach Your Monster To Read daily.
For extra resources please visit https://www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and set up an account using the code: UKTWINKLHELPS
Cosmic Kids Yoga/Mindfulness
Premier League Primary Stars
SATS Reading Paper 2 - Reading Booklet
Information for parents
Tuesday/ Friday - Gymnastics. Please provide a full indoor and outdoor named PE kit.
Early Bird reading: 8:30am Thursdays
Happy New Year!
Spring 1 2020
Welcome back. This is an exciting half term as we launch a new topic - Florence Nightingale! The children will travel back in time and learn about the 'Lady with the Lamp' and her significant impact on nursing and hospitals.
Merton Mission: - This is our new homework project to replace the weekly activities. This can be done at anytime during the half term.
Make it: Make a nurses hat and a pocket watch for the children to use in the hospital role play area.
Read it: Find out about another significant person in history. We can't wait to find out who you discover!
Do it: Recreate an art master piece of Florence Nightingale in anyway you can. This can be a drawing, painting or collage.
We have wriggle time everyday to help develop our core and fine motor skills this helps us with our handwriting.
This half term we will be travelling back in time to April 1912 to find out what happened to the 'Ship of dreams' Titanic. The children will be writing using both fiction and non fiction genres as they think about what they would hear, see and feel if they were a passenger on board.
The children are already becoming Titanic experts after our visit to the SeaCity Museum for the launch of our topic.
This half term the children will be looking at the danger of climate change and how this affects animals in Antarctica. They will be learning lots of facts about different animals from Antarctica such as penguins, seals, killer whales and others. They are hoping to adopt a penguin from the WWF as they are becoming incredibly vulnerable due to climate change.