Welcome to Hobby Class
Hobby Teaching Team:
Hello and welcome to Summer term 1 in Hobby class.
Our topic this term is 'Secrets of Sedgemoor' where we are going to learn about all living things and their habitats in science, programming in computing, collage in art and local history, including the Battle Of Sedgemoor.
In English this half term we will practising some description and looking at informal writing techniques, including contractions, question tags and parenthesis.
In Maths this half term, we will be working on statistics as well as consolidating our place value and fractions, decimals and percentages knowledge.
Our Wider World topic is 'Families and Caring Relationships' where we will be learning about how to maintain healthy and happy relationships and what to do if we do not feel safe or happy.
Our P.E lessons are on Mondays, so please could children ensure they come in wearing their P.E kits on this day. This half term our unit is 'Dance' where we will be working on skills such as interpreting music through movement, choreographing and providing supportive yet effective feedback to one another.
Homework will be set on Mondays and we would like it to be handed in the following Friday. This means the children can spend their weekends with family and friends and enjoy a break from school work.
Reading records have now moved online and children have had their log in details for this - these will be checked on a Monday. Children are expected to read at least 4 times a week for a minimum of 20 minutes.
Carefully, the poppies lay over all who passed in the war
As the poppies sway in the gentle breeze, the dead lay in peace
As the poppies bloom, they remind me of the blood lost from soldiers in the war
As the soldiers rest beneath the ground, the red poppies cover the battlefield like a duvet
As the sky sheds tears, the poppies awake from their slumber
As the poppies dance in the cold breeze, they pose in the sunlight like soldiers
The crosses stand guard over the dead bodies in their graves
The crimson petals on the apple green stems are reaching for the sun
The engraved plaques on the white marble wall watch over the essence of the dead soldiers
By Year 6
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