Class S

Welcome to Class S!

I hope you have all enjoyed the Summer break, I am looking forward to meeting you all in September and welcoming you into Class S.

Our topic for Autumn Term is ‘Marvellous Me’. As part of our learning for this topic we shall be: discussing what makes us unique, our families and homes. Creating models of our homes using junk modelling. Creating self-portraits using different materials.

In Literacy we shall be using books to develop our listening and attention, speaking, reading and writing skills. These books will link closely to our topic ‘Marvellous Me’, these are;

-Ruby’s Worry
-The Colour Monster
-This is Our House
-Have you filled a bucket today?
-What makes me a me?
-Who’s in my family?
-Here we are

In Maths we shall be looking at Number and Place Value, Addition and Subtraction and Measurement.

Children will have opportunity to extend their own learning within the provision along with a range of adult led activities.

View this terms topic page here to find out what your child will be learning.

Miss Hartley and Mrs File look forward to welcoming you into Class S.




Reading at home is important, we ask that children read at least four times a week. This could be their school reading book, a book you have at home, one you have borrowed from the Library or even a magazine. Please sign and date the Home Learning Diary when you share a book with your child. In Class S children are awarded a sticker for each time they read/share a book, at the end of the Autumn Term if your child has 28 stickers or more they get to select a prize from our special box.


Phonic activities will be sent home with your child, this is most likely to be in the form of flash cards. I ask that you please practice these sounds with your child as much as possible.

Please remember that Discovery Espresso is available to support phonics learning at home too.

At the beginning of the term I will send home a homework book with a table of suggested homework ideas you can do with your child throughout the term if you wish to do so.



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