Creative Curriculum ROAD TRIP USA Predator Tribal Tales Misty Mountain Sierra TREMORS
Science Electricity Healthy Eating Health and Movement States of Matter Plants Rocks
Our Topics this term are.... Mountains and Tremors. Both these topics are amazing! Lots of Geography skills to learn. What are mountains (How are they formed)? Name some common mountain ranges. Use an Atlas to find mountains in different Continents and Countries. What would it be like to climb a mountain? What are volcanoes? Where are they? Why do we find volcanoes so fascinating? Science-Our topics this term are Plants and Rocks and Soils. R.E/SMSC- Our topic is 'Jewish Celebrations'. We have enjoyed our topics this year. We have learnt lots about similarities and differences between religions.
INFORMATION YOU NEED TO KNOW
Please bring your PE kit into school on Mondays and leave it in school all week. Children will need school PE kit which consists of plain black shorts and a yellow t-shirt for indoor PE, plain black or blue tracksuit trousers, t-shirt, a plain black or blue jumper, and trainers for outdoor games. NO jewellery can be worn for PE.
After School Activities Please encourage your child to take part in an after school activity. There are lots of activities on offer and they benefit your child in lots of ways.
Dates for your diary.... PE – Wednesdays and Mondays (year 3 only) Swimming - Year 4 only - Thursdays Homework Club – Thursday 3:15 – 4:15pm
Homework It is school policy to give weekly homework to all children.
On a Thursday, your child will be given Maths and English homework.
They will also be given times tables and spellings to learn on a regular basis and their knowledge and speed will be tested.
Children should be reading their reading books at home on a daily basis. Please try to hear your child read every day. Please make sure your child brings their book in everyday.
Please could you ensure that your child completes their homework over the weekend. Completed work is due in by Tuesday morning,
Behaviour We expect a high standard of behaviour at all times. The school expectations, consquences and rewards will be discussed with all children at the beginning of each term. Not following the expectations affects the education of all children in the class and will be taken seriously.
We use several strategies to encourage children to manage their own behaviour and to become positive role models.
Throughout our time at Broadfield we focus on British Values and how these relate to our school values. Our school values are: Belief Respect Our Community Aspirations Diversity Friendship Inclusion Equality Learning Determination E-Safety In School, we have been talking to the children about keeping safe online. Do you know what your child is doing on the internet? Were you aware that children cannot join Facebook until they are thirteen? Please can you find the time to talk with your child about what they are doing online and the potential dangers of inappropriate use. If you require any support with this or suggestions for alternative technology free activities, please ask.