Rabbits - Mrs Bourne and Miss Richards
Hedgehogs - Mrs Williams and Mrs Moule
Bedtime or Bath-time Conversation Starters
What did you do at school today?
Hedgehogs have P.E on a Wednesday and Rabbits have P.E on a Thursday
Keywords are sent home throughout the year. We ask that you get your child to practise reading and spelling these words at home as frequently as possible as it will help to improve their reading fluency and writing.
Homework is handed out on a Friday and should be returned to school by the following Wednesday.
This half term we are learning about ...
Reading Books are changed weekly; please enjoy reading with your child at home. We ask for book bags to be in school everyday so that we can listen to the children read any day of the week. We ask you to look after the books and if books are lost or damaged you will need to pay £4.50 for a replacement. Please remember to sign your child's reading record. If the reading record becomes lost or damaged it will cost £2 for a replacement.
We love to see children reading and adults as well so if you have any pictures of your child or yourself reading in unusual places please send them in for our extreme readers display in class.
Top Tips for reading at home:
- Read 10 minutes every night with your child.
- Discuss the illustrations. What do they think is going on? Why?
- Predict what may happen? What would be good/bad etc.
- Make up alternative endings.
- Discuss what your child’s likes/dislikes are about the text.
- What did we learn from the story? Was there a moral, did it give them any information? Was it factual or a fiction story?
- Can you change your voice for all the characters?
- Be guided by your child’s interests- Read your own stories as well as school books.
- Become an explorer- Read fact, fiction, rhymes, poems, picture books.
- Ask questions about the story.
- Discuss the sequence of events. Can you recall the events?
- Most important keep it short, enjoyable and fun