Spring Term Year 1

In spring term, our scientists will learn about different plants and carry out experiments linking to our animal including human’s topic. The children will focus on four flowering plants: roses, tulips, carnations and daffodils.

In geography we will study the physical and human features of places in the United Kingdom such as Middlesbrough and the surrounding area (Park End), England – London, Scotland – Edinburgh, Wales – Cardiff and Northern Ireland – Belfast.

We will continue to use the reading spine to guide our development of reading and writing. Our children will focus on four reading spine books this term. These will be: Dogger, The Tiger who came to Tea, Lost and Found and Peace at Last.

In mathematics, we will be focusing on place value, addition and subtraction, measurement and working with numbers within 50.

We will continue to learn new songs, new rhythms and how to play our musical instruments and in RE we will focus on special sacred places for Christians, Jews and Islam.

Throughout the term, we will continue learning new skills on the iPads and how to keep safe on the internet.

School Calendar

PD Day
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Y4 Multiplication check fortnight
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Y1 phonics screening week
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