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Everything we do at Loughton Manor First School is based on our aim "building a life-long love of learning in a safe and happy school." We try our hardest to live out this belief in all our work and play.
Please click on your child's year group on the right to get termly curriculum information. Remember to check your weekly ParentMail to find out what your child is learning each week.
Monkeys Planning for week beginning 19 March
For the final week of term we will be concluding our learning about traditional tales and taking part in lots of fun Easter activities. In key worker groups the children will be matching characters to the traditional tale and describing the characters. The children will be listening to a simple version of the Easter story. In phonics we will be continuing to develop our awareness of sounds by listening to, and imitating sounds using instruments. Our focus in maths will be on number recognition and counting 1-1, especially when the children are hunting for eggs! They will take part in Easter art activities, including making egg sun catchers and printing on egg shapes using pom poms. We will be making Easter nests and investigating the changing state of the chocolate.
On Friday we will be taking part in our traditional Easter activity, egg rolling. Please can the children bring in a decorated hard-boiled egg for us to roll down a hill. Thanks
Wishing you all a lovely Easter and a relaxing break.
Tigers, Zebras and Pandas Planning for week beginning 19 March
Thank you to all the parents and staff helpers that came on the bridge walks with us. Luckily we did not encounter any trolls!
We are having a bit of an Easter extravaganza this coming week.
In Literacy, we will be sequencing the Easter story and making our own mini books.
In Maths, the children will be revisiting addition and looking at number bonds using eggs.
The children will have the chance to experience a yoga taster session and take part in a range of physical activities this week with Sports Relief on Friday 23rd March 2018.
There will be egg rolling and an Easter Egg hunt on Friday also.
The children will also explore many different art and craft activities ranging from painting with a carrot to printing with pom poms.
Please may we remind you that all outstanding library books need to be returned and to practise the new sets of keywords that your child will bring home this week.
Year 1 Planning for week beginning 19 March
It’s the week of our big performance - Honey! On Monday, we will performing to the school in preparation for our big performance on Wednesday! If you haven’t bought tickets yet it’s not too late. Please see the office to buy tickets.
Just a reminder that children will not need to be picked up after school on Wednesday as we will be walking straight to Denbigh School to prepare for our performance. Please remember to provide children with a packed tea in a disposable carrier bag. Show time is 6:15pm so please ensure to arrive before this in order for a smooth start to our performance.
Friday is Sports Relief day! Children will be taking part in lots of movement act
Year 2 Planning for week beginning 12 March
In English this week the children will continue to explore descriptive language. They will complete their written descriptions of Prospero's Island from Shakespeare's Tempest.
In Maths this week we will be recapping addition and subtraction methods and solving worded problems. We will also be practising our mental arithmetic. Many children have required support to rapidly recall double and half number facts. It would be helpful if you could spend a little time practising these with your children.
Towards the end of the week in our history lesson we will be discussing what we learned from our trip to Warwick Castle and linking this to our previous learning in History.
Please don't forget our trip to Warwick Castle on Tuesday 20th March.
Children can arrive at school from 8:00am and must be no later than 8:15.
We will return to school at 4:00pm. You do not need to provide a packed lunch. Sensible shoes and coats are essential as we will be outdoors regardless of the weather. Children should wear school uniform. If your child suffers from travel sickness, please prepare them for the journey. Please don't forget if you haven't paid and returned a signed permission slip, we would appreciate you doing so as soon as possible.