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Class Teacher: Mrs Pettitt

Higher Level Teaching Assistant: Mrs Carter

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our learning in Autumn term 2

This half term our topic is Fire! Fire!

Please see our Long Term Plans for more details of the subjects taught through our topic


Numbers within 20

  • To count forwards and backwards from zero to 20
  • To group ten objects and count on from ten
  • To recognise a 'ten' and 'ones' in teen numbers
  • To compare and order numbers to 20
  • To create patterns with numbers within 20


                 Addition and Subtraction within 20.

                • Counting on to add small amounts
                • Counting back to subtract small amounts
                • Using number bonds/known facts to add
                • Using number bonds/known facts to subtract
                • Using the ‘Make ten’ strategy to add
                • Using the ‘Make ten’ strategy to subtract
                • Applying strategies and experimenting with modelling


                Writing - Narrative

                • writing narrative pieces based on the story 'The Queen's Birthday' 

                Writing - Poetry

                • writing some poetry based on a fireworks poem

                Spelling and Grammar

                • starting our Rocket Spelling Challenges, spelling tricky words correctly in dictated sentences
                • Practising checking our spellings and purple polishing our work.
                • Using full stops at the end of our sentences.


                • reading non-fiction texts about 'The Great Fire of London'
                • enjoying our Class Reading Area
































                Distinguish between an object and the material it's made from.

                Identify and name a variety of everyday materials, including wood, plastic, glass, metal and rock.

                Describe the simple physical properties of a variety of everyday materials.

                Compare and group together a variety of everyday materials on the basis of their simple physical properties. 












































                Last update: 2017-11-10

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