Each week we will set one topic of conversation for your child to have with you. This will be sent out via Parentmail and will not be ‘handed in’.
Topic is an optional activity and can be handed in at any point during the half term. We will be celebrating this during the last week of the topic.
Topic homework ideas (optional)
In Year 1 and Year 2 we will change home reading books for all children weekly. We encourage parents to listen to their children read aloud daily wherever possible.
Reading is of course much more than the reading schemes we use in school and is a vital part of children's learning. It is important to share all sorts of books with your children; reading bedtime stories, poetry, information books and so on, allowing children to learn new language and develop a joy for reading.
Chichester Library has a wide selection of both fiction and non-fiction for children of all ages and it's free to join.
Spellings will be set by the children's teachers in their phonics groups with a spelling test on Monday where appropriate.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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