Summer 2021 – What’s happening this term?
In Summer 1, our books are ‘Supertato’ by Sue Hendra, ‘The Bog Baby’ by Jeanne Willis. In Summer 2, our books are ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’, ‘The Rainbow Fish’ by Marcus Pfister and ‘Where the Wild Things are’ by Maurice Sendak.
Across the school we have adopted a scheme of work called ‘White Rose Maths’. If you would like more information on White Rose Maths please visit https://whiterosemaths.com. As part of our Summer term lessons, we will be covering: multiplication and division, fractions, time, money and place value within 100.
At Dane Bank Primary School, we teach our Geography, History and Science lessons around a learning question for either each half term or term. Through this question we also link other areas of the curriculum e.g. music, art/design.
- Our Science learning question for the Summer term is: ‘What plants would Little Red Riding Hood find in our local park?’.
- Our Geography learning question for the Summer term is: ‘Where is Greater Manchester and what is there here?’.
- Our History learning question for the Summer term is: ‘Why should we be proud of Greater Manchester?’.
- As part of our Art and Design & Technology lessons, we will be making a Manchester Bee mosaic and creating Lowry inspired artwork.
Year 1 Virtual Library
Please follow the link below to take you to the Year 1 Virtual Library. Here you will find all the books that the children will learn about in their English lessons as well as a link to be able to listen to the story at home.
For our design and technology project for this half term, we will be making a Manchester Bee. Today, in preparation for our final product, we have bee using play-doh to change the size and shape of materials through: twisting, cutting, folding, stretching, pressing...
It has been wonderful to have all the children back in school We have had lots of fun with our learning this week. In maths, we have been learning about capacity and volume. In science, we have been learning about the properties of materials. This week we investigated...