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We are really excited about seeing children in Years 1-6 on Thursday 3rd September. Key Stage One enter through the side pedestrian gate and Key Stage Two through the vehicle gates and onto the field.

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2020-2021

AUTUMN TERM 1

PLEASE NOTE NEW CLASS EMAIL ADDRESS IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS/CONCERNS FOR ME:

robinsclass@woodlandsparkschool.org

Dear Parents and Carers,

 

I hope you have all had a wonderful time over the summer holidays with your family.  Mrs Bishop, Ms Andrews and I are really looking forward to welcoming Years 3 and 4 back to school and into Robins Class on Thursday 3rd September 2020.   Ms DuPreez will be teaching in class on Tuesday mornings too.

 

For the first few days we will be focussing on settling into new school routines and getting to know each other through fun activities in class.  I will list below some of the ways in which you can make sure your child is ready for a new year of learning.   There is also information regarding the topics we will be following across the curriculum.

 

 If you have any questions, please contact me via the class email address – robinsclass@woodlandsparkschool.org  or write a message in your child’s Reading Journal which should be brought into school every day.  I will also keep in contact with you via the Class Dojo page.

Best wishes,

Mrs S Malcolm

 

DROP OFF/PICK UP TIMES

Please drop off your child promptly at 8:40am.   Come into the school via the vehicle gates and follow the one-way system through the field gates, keeping left at all times. Say goodbye to your child at the barrier where one of us will be there to meet them and then continue along the one way system and exit the school via the vehicle gates, keeping to the left at all times.

 

Please collect your child at the end of the day at 3:15pm promptly: Enter the school via the vehicle gate and follow the one way system through the field gates keeping left. Here you will be able to queue up to collect your child. Please keep to the left and exit through the field gate, car park and out of the vehicle gate.

 

UNIFORM

Children will be expected to return to school in full school uniform (clearly labelled with their name please) which will be changed/freshly laundered every day.  This may mean you need extra items.  Please contact the school if you need help with providing this.   

On PE days, which will be WEDNESDAYS and THURSDAYS, please ensure your child comes to school in full PE kit which they will wear all day. We will be doing PE outside as much as possible.

 

PLAYTIMES AND LUNCHTIMES

There will be staggered break and lunchtimes so that children will stay in their bubbles for break and lunchtime play. 

 

PENCIL CASES

Please provide your child with in their own pencil case to include the following: writing pencil, a ruler, a rubber, a sharpener and colouring pencils. All equipment needs to be named and the children need to take FULL responsibility for their own equipment.

 

SNACKS

Please remember that the children are allowed a healthy snack for break times, this could be a piece of fruit or vegetables. Please do not bring in nuts. We do not have afternoon snack in Year 3.

 

CLASS FUND

Each term we ask for a small voluntary contribution of £2, which helps provide extra resources that the children will use for subjects like art and design. Thank you in advance.

 

CURRICULUM TOPICS FOR THIS TERM:

 

HISTORY: THE RAILWAY REVOLUTION

 

 

Through this exciting topic we will be finding about the technological developments that changed transport and travel during the Industrial Revolution.  We will learn about the development of the first steampowered railways in Britain and how developments in rail travel have changed the lives of people in Britain.

ENGLISH

Poetry: From a Railway Carriage by Robert Louis Stephenson

Linking with our History topic on Railways this term, we will look at this classic poem by the Scottish poet Robert Louis Stephenson which describes a thrilling journey by train and all the sights and sounds experienced by the poet.   We will study the theme of the poem and identify the poetic devises used to create similar poems of our own.

 

Non:Fiction:: Information Texts: DK Find out: The History of Trains for Kids

 

 

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