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Barn Owls

Welcome to Barn Owls Class!

 

Your teacher will very soon be filling this page with exciting class news, pictures of things we’ve done and more.

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Barn Owls; Living life in all its fullness - an opportunity to flourish

 

 

LEARN AT HOME

 

MATHS AND READING WORKSHOP

 

Please find below the information shared at the Maths and Reading Workshop.  Included is links to some visdeos to support reading at home.

 

SUGGESTED VIDEO'S TO SUPPORT READING AND PHONICS

BARN OWLS

 

AUTUMN TERM(2) 2018-19

 

Our topic this term is the Victorians.  Please see the overview of the term

BARN OWLS

 

AUTUMN TERM (1) 2018-19

 

Our topic this term is Owls.  Please see the overview of the term

SUMMER TERM 2017-18

 

Our topic this term is Wind in the Willows.  Please see the overview of the term

Our topic this term is Under The Sea.  Please see the overview of the term

BARN OWLS

SPRING TERM 2017-18

 

MARCH 1ST 2018 

A SNOWY DAY

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Our topic this term is Gorillas.  Please see the overview of the term
Our Topic in Spring Term 3 is Take One Picture.  Please see the overview of the term

WELCOME TO BARN OWLS CLASS 2017-18

 

 

Our topic this term is Toys.  We will be making our own toys in Design and Technology as well as exploring materials and understanding what toys are made from.  Using a short film called ' Shoes' we will be exploring why gifts are special and looking at toys made from recycled materials.

 

Our maths is all about number and shape.  The children will be practicing manipulating numbers, counting forwards and backwards to 100, knowing number bonds to 5,6,7,8,9 and 10 and understanding addition and subtraction to 20.

 

Please continue to enjoy reading together and supporting the children to explore the texts.  Talk to them about the characters, what they liked/disliked about the book or anything they didn't understand.  These comprehension skills are invaluable to the children.

 

See you all soon

 

Mrs McNamara

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