Ms V Taylor and Ms J Lawrie - Teachers
Mrs J Knight- Teaching Assistant
Our topic for summer term is:
Stone Age Britain
Heron P.E. days are to be confirmed.
Guided Reading homework will be a key focus for your child this year.
Spellings will also form an important part of the children’s learning at home. Children have been sent spelling lists, which we will check their application of throughout the week.
Your child will bring home a times table sheet weekly. The children will be tested on these the following Friday and once they achieve 50 correct answers, they will then progress on to the next sheet (getting progressively more tricky!). This is a timed challenge - 3 minutes and for many it will take time to be able to master this. We urge you to practice with your child at home so that they can make progress. Timetable Rock Stars is set up for children to use daily at home (usernames and passwords can be found in your child's homework book).
We do encourage all the children to bring in a bottle of water for drinking during lessons. They can fill this in the classroom.
Please ensure that your children have separate indoor and outdoor shoes.
Getting in touch
We look forward to giving you an update on your child's progress at the Parent Consultations. If you need to speak to us sooner, please ring the office or contact Miss Howe or Mrs Lawrie, directly.
Please visit the Contact Us page for the school's contact information.
Class web links
(Clicking on the image or logo below will take you to the relevant website)
We use a reward system in school called Class Dojo these are online creatures that your child can personalize, and if your child follows school rules and routines and strives to do their best, they will receive Dojos through the week. Again you will receive an invite and you can log on to ‘Class Dojo’, where you can see one of the ways we give positive feedback.
We are also on Twitter, so watch out for our tweets! You can find us at @mps_heron We use twitter and the school website if we need to remind you of events such as home clothes days or if it is bad weather and the school has to shut. It’s worth logging on.
Click here to view a range of websites offering materials and activities to support your child's learning at home.