Owls

Welcome to Owl Class
 

Here is some useful information for Parents and Carers

PE: Wednesday and Friday this half term, but please ensure P.E kit is in school every day of the week and every item is named.

Reading: Book bags containing reading books will be sent home each day, and changed once a week. Please support your child as much as possible with their reading at home. We will also be reading at school so remember to send their books and reading records back in each day.

Spellings and homework: This term we will be sending homework each week. This will start with phonics/spellings and maths will be introduced as the term progresses. Please ensure homework books remain in book bags all week when not in use.

Please feel free to ask us if you have any questions or concerns.

Mrs Turner & Mrs Sheward
 
Paws and claws-Spring 2 2019
This half term we have  been learning all about animals. We had an exciting start to the topic when some tracks were discovered around school, with a mystery box labelled with please return to Marwell zoo!
 
We found the animals from the book 'Dear Zoo' inside, which is the book we have based our topic around. Here are some photos from our trip to Marwell zoo. We have been thinking carefully about animal habitats and how animals are adapted to their environments.
In maths, we have been using objects to help us with our understanding of division and sharing. We have been grouping objects and using mathematical language to describe what we are doing. Explaining our maths has been a very important part of our learning.
Maths take home challenges

We have been very busy learning about different forms of measurement! Please could you involve your children with cooking activities at home where they can measure the weight of the ingredients?
 
Please see our most recent topic web for other ideas of what you can be doing at home with your children. We love to share these things in school!
 
Have a look at the fun we had during our Autumn themed outdoor learning day!
One of the children commented it had been the best day ever!
We have been using the book Actual size in maths to help us developing our understanding of size. We made an actual size prehistoric centipede...we discovered it was 2m long!!
Forest schools
We are so lucky that Ms Camp is a Forest schools leader. Look at the fun we have on a Friday afternoon, which we linked with the Wild Things book we are working on in class.
Thank you Ms Camp! We are having an amazing time with you!