Welcome to the Tiger Moths!
The grown-ups in the Tiger Moths class are Mrs Walton, Mrs Gill, Mrs Jones and Miss Robson.
We all love teaching the Tiger Moths and we are so proud of their achievements!
If you ever have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Thank you!
Our school value for this half term is ‘Trust’. Trust is essential in all human life and is at the heart of all relationships. Trust involves making yourself vulnerable, putting yourself into another person’s hands. Trust encircles all areas of human life, from friends and family, to professionals like dentists and pilots! We will be learning all about what Trust means to us in our St Faiths’ Family. We will be finding out how we can trust each other, as well as how we can show trust to each other. For our value of Trust, the children will be able to show what it means to be trustworthy, as well as understanding the importance of trusting others. All of the children and adults in school will be recognising children who show trust, both inside and outside of school. This is rewarded and celebrated at the end of term in our special Values Celebration Worship.
A twitchy nose, or a big bushy tail? Two legs, or four? Fur, or feathers? This term, our topic is called Paws, Claws and Whiskers! We will be learning about the different animals in our world and looking at their similarities and differences. We will be looking at which animal group they belong to (mammal, amphibian, reptile) and discussing our favourite animals. We will also be learning about where these animals live in the world and what their habitats look like!
In English, we will be looking at Poetry, as well as continuing to use Talk for Writing. We will be using actions to retell a story as well as remembering to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops in our sentences.
In Maths, we will be looking at division and sharing amounts equally, as well as beginning to work with fractions, learning how to make halves, quarters, sharing and grouping.
In Phonics, we will continue learning our Phase 3 and Phase 5 phonemes, as well as remembering to use our phonetic knowledge when reading real and nonsense words!
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