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Spring

Week 7 -

Verb/Noun

Week 6 -

Q sound

Week 5 -

gue sound

Week 4 - 

Silent y/y sound

Week 3 -

Silent y

Week 2 -

Homophones

Week 1 -

Homophone

forgetting

forgotten

Beginning

Beginner

prefer

preferred

gardening

gardener

limited

limiting

limitation

unique

opaque

picturesque

mosque

antique

critique

technique

grotesque

barbecue

cheque

league

tongue

fatigue

intrigue

vague

argue

plague

catalogue

dialogue

analogue

system

lyrics

mystic     

Egypt

Synagogue

weight

experiment

height

eighth

extreme

myth

gymnastics

calypso

pyramid

mystery

hymn

crystal

oxygen

symbol

typical

effect

affect

heard

herd

wait

weight

plain

plane

main

mane

rain

rein

reign

not

knot

mail

male

accept

except

meddle

medal

 

week 7 - ed/ing Week 6 - Plurals Week 5 - ed/ing Week 4 - Plurals Week 3 - Adjectives Week 2 - Nouns Week 1

breathing

changing

managing

noticing

boring

copied

dried

bullied

cried

dirtied

boxes

glasses

matches

buses

dishes

churches

princesses

torches

foxes

bushes

stopping

stopped

dropped

dropping

chopped

chopping

tapped

tapping

hopped

hopping

wipes

snows

handcuffs

enjoys

annoys

mixes

fusses

echoes

satisfies

scurries

squeaky

healthy

wobbly

noisy

spicy

woolly

lovely

foggy

baggy

shiny

place

mother

elves

boat

lives

window

sleep

feet

morning

queen

last

jumped

because

ability

even

action

before

clothes

tell

key

 

 

In English this half term, we are reading 'Varjak Paw' by S F Said as a whole class text. We are using this text as a springboard for discussion and role-play. In addition to this we are also producing writing in the form of balanced arguments, poetry and narratives.

 

In Maths we have been learning about different types of triangles and quadrilaterals, as well as ways to sort and organise them. We have also been developing sufficient mental strategies to solve problems involving money and measure.

 

Our IPC topic this half term has been looking at life in Ancient Egypt. We have been learning how to read and write hieroglyphics about the gods of Ancient Egypt.

 

During our first half term in Science, we have been learning about Sound. We are developing our understanding of how sounds are made (linking them to vibrations) as well as finding patterns between pitch/volume and sound.

 

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