Welcome to the Spring Term in Fox Class
Dear Parents and Carers,
I hope that you had a good Christmas break.
Following the Government’s announcement of the full national lockdown, we will be moving to remote learning from Wednesday 6th January using the Seesaw platform. I have sent a separate communication via Schoolcomms about how to access Seesaw for Fox Class.
From tomorrow (Wednesday), I will be setting work daily on Seesaw which your child will be expected to complete. Myself, Mrs Davey and Mrs Haxell will be supporting children and responding to their learning on Seesaw. After working hard to catch up after the previous lockdown, it is important that children don’t slip behind again. I have attached a photo of your child’s writing so that you can see the standard I expect from them in school.
All learning will also be available to access on the distance learning Google Drive which can be found here. For those of you who do not have access to an online device, we can print a hard copy of work which can be collected from school. If you would like to collect a pack, please email the school at the following address - email@example.com .
We will be contacting everyone over the lockdown period by telephone to stay in touch and ensure that the home learning is accessible.
If you have any questions or require any further information, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
We are Years 3 and 4 and our teacher is Miss Lancelles.
In Fox Class we become more independent learners.
We “aim high by trying our best in everything that we do” and we don’t give up, even if we find things difficult. We show a passion and enthusiasm for learning as we start to piece our learning together and build on what we already know.
We are “kind”, “polite” and “helpful”. We are “honest” and “friendly” and we “support each other”. We “respect each other” and we respect our learning environment.
In our class we enjoy practical learning and we love sport and science
What do the 3Bs mean to Fox Class?
“We believe in ourselves.”
“We believe in others.”
“We believe we can do our best.”
“We believe that everyone will become something.”
“We believe that we can become anything.”
“We belong to each other.”
“We belong to our school.”
“We belong to Fox Class.”
“We become better at what we do by learning from mistakes.”
“We become strong and healthy by eating and exercising.”
This term our curriculum topic is Victorious Victorians.
In Fox Class, we will be learning about industry and, in particular, focusing on The Great Exhibition. This topic provides an excellent opportunity for us to develop our historical enquiry skills, as we will be analysing a range of different sources linked to the key question 'What was it like to visit the Great Exhibition?' We will also be engaging in lots of cross-curricular learning linked to our topic.
Below is our curriculum plan and other information sent home with parents and carers.
If you would like more information on our curriculum, you can contact either the class teacher or our head teacher, Mr Bladon.
To do this, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call the school office on 01398 331121.