Welcome to the Honey Bees!
The grown-ups in the Honey Bee class are Miss Mason, Ms Holman, Miss Farmer and Mrs Uzzell.
We all love teaching the Honey Bees and we are so proud of their achievements!
If you ever have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Thank you!
Service in the Community
Our Christian value for this term is Service in the Community.
Living a life of service is about keeping your eyes open and looking out for ways to make others smile.
Jesus was called the ‘servant king’; his mission was to serve God and to serve all those people he met, through his teaching, his example and the way he led his life.
The Bible teaches us that we should all serve those in need, whoever they are, and ‘go the extra mile’ to put ourselves out for someone else’s benefit.
Who are the unsung heroes who serve us? Who are they at school and at home? How do you serve others?
We look forward to receiving your hand of service, to show how you have demonstrated an understanding of service at home.
We love learning in the Honey Bees! We have started the Spring term by learning all about Frozen Lands. We have read the story, 'Lost and Found', and have created pictures of penguins, polar bears and other arctic animals using a variety of art techniques, from printmaking to junk modelling! We have written lists to show our ideas about what we would take on a boat - we had some interesting and unusual ideas!
We have talked about friendship in circle time, and shared lots of ideas about how we can show friendship to others.
We will continue to use 'In the Moment Planning' to inform our activities and provision in the class, so each child will have their interests reflected in the work we do.
We are now learning phase 3 phonics in the Honeybees, which includes lots of digraphs!
We are learning the phonemes: y, yy, zz, qu, sh, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo, oo, ar and or.
We will also be learning the 'tricky words' he, she, me, be, we, was, are, you and my.
In maths we will be building our skills for number work, and shape:
Learning about zero and number bonds to 5.
Recognising and ordering to 10 and introducing teen numbers.
Counting, labelling and making groups of 10 objects.
Comparing groups to 20, and saying which is more, fewer or the same.
Comparing and ordering length, height, weight and capacity.
Exploring one more and one less.
Addition - making groups and combining groups.
practical problems to explore subtraction.
Bonds to 10 using 10 frames and part part whole models.
2D and 3D shapes.
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