WELCOME TO HAZEL AND WILLOW

 

Welcome to Hazel and Willow's classes page. Hazel class is year 1 and taught by Mrs MacGowan and Willow class is year 2 taught by Mrs Hall.  

In Hazel and Willow classes we love to work hard and learn about our topics. We are very excited to be learning about our new topic. We will be learning about living and growing, plants, the water cycle, Christopher Columbus, and lots more!

We will be studying the prodigal son and learning about Global issues, along with other important Christian festivals such as Easter. We will be focusing on our maths and learning new skills, as well as starting our tackling tables curriculum to help us remember our multiplication facts. 

We will be doing lots of experiments, art, designing and making and lots of reading. We love books at our school and in our class as we have great access to our school library and use it lots. 

We spend lots of time outdoors and enjoy our time at Mount Amelia (a local manor house and its grounds) as well as daily plan, do, review where we can play outside if we would like to.

 
To see our learning for this term and our past learning click the link below

Spring Term 2020

Autumn Term 2019

Summer Term 2019

 

Meet the Teacher Slides

September 2019 Willow Class

September 2019 Hazel Class

SUMMER TERM OBJECTIVES

As we enter the Summer term, we wanted to give you access to the weekly objectives that Hazel and Willow classes would have covered if school were open as normal. 

 

HAZEL CLASS WEEK 6 'HALF TERM'  OBJECTIVES

 

As it is 'half term' this week, we understand that some families will take a break from learning. However, we also know that some families would still like to add learning to their activities this week. So, please enjoy the activities you would like to do, from this weeks learning ideas. 

 

Maths:

  • To continue to practise 2, 5, 10 times tables
  • To play money games
  • To create a shop at home using items priced up to 20p
  • Using coins and adding up costs 

 

English:

  • To read regularly, maybe sharing a fiction or non fiction poem or riddle                 
  • Handwriting -  practise your lower case letters

 

Reading:

 

Phonics: 

 

Science: Animal groups/ habitats

 

Art:

  • Create your own life cycle using sketches and photographs of significant stages. 

 

ICT:

  • Phonics play 
  • Top marks games
  • BBC Bitesize
  • Phonics games

 

RE: 

  • Discover a place for reflection in and around your house?
  • Can you draw this place? What is it like there?
  • How do you feel when you are in you reflection space?

 

WILLOW CLASS WEEK 6 'HALF TERM' OBJECTIVES

 

As it is 'half term' this week, we understand that some families will take a break from learning. However, we also know that some families would still like to add learning to their activities this week. So, please enjoy the activities you would like to do, from this weeks learning ideas. 

 

Maths:

  • Tackling tables practise 5 and 2 times table multiplication and division. See how quick you can achieve 20 sums in and out of order  use coins 5ps and 2ps to practise counting in 2’s and 5’s pick a pile of 5ps and estimate how much then count out in 5’s  
  • To recognise the value of coins and calculate amounts to the value £5.00 layout different coins and add up the amount. How many calculations can you do?
  • With the coins see if you can find the least number of coins to use to make 16p/28p/37p/£1.33/£4.69
  • Can you start to buy items around the house label up objects with prices up to £5.00
  • Can you buy 2 or 3 objects and add them together. 

 

English:

  • Regular read try to read both fiction and non- fiction books including some riddles
  • Listen to ABC Animal Jamboree rhymes for you and me 
  • To make a list of 20 sea creatures then to sort animals in alphabetical order.

  • If you have two animals that start with the same letter then the second letter should be in alphabetical order such as polar bear/ penguin - penguin will come first. If the second letter is the same then you look to the third letter and put that in alphabetical order.

  • Practise capital letters along side lower case letters

  • Practise Handwriting joins:

    • cup/hut/run/fun/bug/jug/mug/tub/sun/cut/but/nut/bun/tug

 

Reading:

 

 

Science: Animal groups/ habitats

 

Art:

  • Create your own life cycle using sketches and photographs of significant stages. 

 

ICT:

  • Phonics play 
  • Top marks games
  • BBC Bitesize
  • Phonics games

 

RE: 

  • Discover a place for reflection in and around your house?
  • Can you draw this place? What is it like there?
  • How do you feel when you are in you reflection space?

 

 

I hope you enjoy the learning and have a great week.

Any problems or queries please contact office@ingoldisthorpe.norfolk.sch.uk

 

Mrs Hall and Mrs MacGowan

 

 

 

Follow the Star our 2018 Nativity show. More photographs available on the home page!

Activities in Hazel and Willow class