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Week beginning Monday 21st September

This week it's all about Roman life! How did the Romans live? What were their houses like and how do they differ to ours? We're going to be making a start on an exciting adventure story which we'll be working on the for the next two weeks. In Maths, we are ordering and comparing values both as objects and then as numbers, using our Place Value knowledge.

 

Spellings – to be tested on Thurs 24th Sep

The /U/ spelt ou

young

gladiator

touch fort
double Villa
trouble slave
country arena

 

And for Miss Haywood's spelling group:

Spellings – to be tested on Thurs 24th Sep

High frequency words

That

This

Their

Time

Them

Very
Then Went
They Were

 

Week beginning Monday 14th September

What a fantastic first week back we had! You made a terrific start! This week we are learning about Boudicca and this includes making some clay models of her and writing a biography about her. In maths, we are continuing our work on Place Value as we explore working with numbers to 1,000 on number lines.

Spellings – to be tested on Thurs 17th Sep

The /I/ sound spelt y

Empire

myth

Britain

gym

Emperor

Egypt

Italy

pyramid

army

mystery

And for Miss Haywood's spelling group:

Spellings – to be tested on Thurs 17th Sep

High frequency words

House

Said

Into

People

Little

One

Look

Some

Made

Make

Week beginning Monday 7th September 

After a brill couple of days settling in, we have a very busy week ahead as we find out what it would have been like to be a soldier in the Roman Army! We're going to look at the training, the uniform and what day-to-day life would have been like...could YOU have been a Roman soldier? In maths, we're going to be looking at Place Value in numbers up to 1,000. Don't forget our PE days are Tuesday and Friday - remember to come to school in your PE kit as we stay in these all day.

 

Our spellings for the week are here:

Spellings – to be tested on Thurs 10th Sep

Topic vocabulary and practicing rules of when to double consonants

Roman

forgetting

shield

beginning

soldier

shopping

battle

gardening

sword

limiting

 

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