Summer Term First Half

Mrs Jane Milner - Class Teacher

Mrs Tracey Wigham - Classroom Teaching Assistant Willow Class

Ms Charmaine Tolley - Reception and KS1 Intervention Group Teaching Assistant 


Please keep in touch using our email addresses below or pop into school

jmm64@stannesprimary.worcs.sch.uk

office@stannesprimary.worcs.sch.uk

head@stannesprimary.worcs.sch.uk

Office: 01299 402013


Things to remember

Every child needs...

  • a book bag
  • a PE top in their house colour, black shorts (pumps are optional)
  • a pair of wellies left in school
  • a water bottle if they prefer or we have beakers in class


Summer Term First  Half 

Traditional Tales



Wk 1 – The Elves and the Shoemaker

Wk 2 – The Gingerbread Man        

Wk 3 – Little Red Riding Hood     

Wk 4 – The Billy Goats Gruff      

Wk 5 – The Three Little Pigs      

   Wk 6 - Goldilocks and The Three Bears






Please, Please, Please… Read as regularly as possible at home. Practise their phonic sounds and their Word time words Sets 1-7.



 

Reading, writing and mathematics groups

The children have been flexibly grouped into reading, writing and mathematics groups based on the learning objectives they have achieved and those they need to work on. Each week they will be heard read by an adult in school.

They will complete a focused writing and mathematics adult led task each week with the class teacher. 
















The children need to wear school uniform with sensible footwear, coat, gloves, hats, sun cream depending on weather.




And finally…


How you can help at home...

1.      Listen to your child read daily

2.     Encourage your child to count objects around the home or whilst out and about. Do they recognise numerals 0-9?

3.     Talk to your child about our weekly story or theme

4.     Ask your child to describe; shapes, colours, textures,

5.     Teach your child new words to build their vocabulary. How many animals, plants, trees, birds, flowers, can they name?

6.     Read a story to your child before bed time encourages them to use their imagination.

7.     Make things! Construction. Gluing, sticking, colouring, painting and cutting all help their fine motor skills.

8.     Cook or bake, measuring and mixing! There is a lot of maths and vocabulary to share.

9.     Pretend with them – role play with figures or toys, use puppets or dress up and make dens. Encourage your child to be creative and make a story about their play.

10.   Have fun! In the great outdoors. Builds muscles, helps coordination and improves grand motor skills.