The Early Years Support Staff team are
Mrs Ward, Mrs Eagles, Mrs Coster, Miss Lambert, Mrs Homer, Miss O’Shea and Mrs Watkins
A digraph is two letters that make one sound, e.g. ‘oo’ in moon.
A trigraph is three letters that make one sound, e.g. ‘igh’ in night.
A split digraph is a digraph such as ae, ie, oe, ee, ue that is ‘split’ by a consonant, e.g. the ‘ie’ digraph has been split by the letter n to make the word, ‘pine’.
We will share new sounds in the phonics home book.
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In Maths, we have been learning about doubling, halving and sharing. We use the part-part-whole mats to help us. We continue to do lots of counting and learning to recognise and order numbers to 20. We have also started to learn number bonds to 10, (pairs of numbers that add up to 10)
We use Numicon to help us learn about numbers.
We continue to learn about 2D and 3D shapes and have been on shape hunts at school and at home!
Learning at home
Reading at home: please record in the yellow reading records when your child has read at home. Each time they do they receive a star stamp in their book. Children love getting their certificate for super reading at home, in assembly.