Welcome to Sycamore Class
The teacher in Sycamore Class is Mr.Webster
We have Mr. Marriott and Mrs. Elliott supporting Sycamore Class.
It is important that your child reads every day! Please write in the dairy so that we know they have read at home. The children can change their reading books as often as they need to!
Our PE day is on a Tuesday. During the Autumn Term the children will be outside. Please ensure they have warm clothing and trainers.
We will be going to forest schools on a Thursday afternoon. During the Autumn term children can come to school in their Forest school clothes. Please make sure you bring a change of footwear or wellies for the session.
We will be giving out spellings each week for you to practise at home.
This term our curriculum drivers are Geography, Science and Art. We will be exploring our local environment and responding to the our enquiry question:
'Do I appreciate where I live'
Our Learning in Autumn 1
This half term Year 2 have been appreciating our local area. We have been on walks to explore our local area. We followed a map to help direct us . We spotted lots of different physical and human features. Some of the things we were proud off, other things we were not so proud of. We wrote letters to our local MP Lee Anderson to explain to him all about our local area and then we were very lucky as we were able to talk to our MP on Zoom. This half-term we have also been creating sculptures in the style of Andy Goldsworthy who is a British sculptor who likes to use natural materials in our environment.
This term our curriculum drivers are Geography, Science and DT. We will be exploring our World and responding to the our enquiry question:
'Where in the World?'
This term our curriculum drivers are history, Science and Art. We will be exploring how Mary Anning's discoveries changed our understanding of the world and responding to the our enquiry question:
'Did Dinosaur Roam our Land?'
This term our curriculum drivers are history and DT. We will be learning about Skegby’ s mining heritage and how important mining coal was in the history of Stanton Hill and how Skegby has have changed over time. We will be responding to the our enquiry question:
'How has Skegby changed since the 1900s?'