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Rabbits - Year 1
Hello everybody and welcome to Rabbits - Year 1.
My name is Miss Poole and I am the Rabbit Class teacher. Please feel free to look around the class area of the website as there is lots of useful information available.
Our topic for the second half of the spring term is 'Kenya.' We will be learning about Barnaby Bear and his travels through this amazing country.
As part of our Mathematics Mastery work for the second half of the spring term, we will be learning about using the language of more,fewer and difference as well as creating equations to show comparison and finding half and quarter of a shape.
P.E will continue to be held on a Tuesday morning and this half-term we are very much looking forward to developing our ball control skills.
Homework will consist of weekly spellings with a half-termly phonics paper sent home towards the end of each half-term to use as revision. The children will also have reading books, maths games and a library book. Each term a homework project will be set based on the topic the children are learning about at the time.This term it is Kenya.
If you have anything you would like to discuss with me, please come and see me at the start or the end of the school day. Alternatively, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for taking the time to find out about Rabbit Class and for your continued support, it is very much appreciated.