Welcome to Mo Farah Class Page
Your teacher is called Miss Giles.
Physical activity sessions will be held weekly on a Monday. The children will be taught a range of skills that will continue to develop what they already have been taught. Also, in Autumn Term 1, the children will be completing gymnastics as well on a Wednesday.
Children will be given 1 piece of home learning every week to support their knowledge and understanding in school and in preparation for them transitioning into secondary school. Children will have several days to complete the work and will be supported by the teacher
Please also remember that your child can develop their skills by TTRS at home, Reading Eggs and Spellodrome on the internet. We have found that the sites are fun and an excellent vehicle for learning! Children should also be learning their times tables as all children are expected to know each multiplication table (up to 12 x 12) by heart by the time they reach secondary school.
Home Learning Suggested sites:
Please be aware that these websites are publicly available and based on the internet. While we have checked that they are child friendly and useful for learning, they may contain links or posts or other content that is not suitable. All websites should be used with supervision.
We love earning Dojo Points in class. We can earn points for demonstrating our whole school learning behaviours: Every time we are 'caught' using these learning behaviours we receive a Dojo point from the teachers. We can collect Dojo points to earn rewards. Our Class Dojo is linked to our parents and we can share our learning directly with them.
This year we are focusing on our reading skills. When the children have completed a book, they can log on to their REN learning area using the link below and complete a quiz about it. The children can also log on a home and complete quizzes. They all have their own user name and passwords. They can show you all of the books they have read and all of the quizzes they have passed
Children should also be learning their times tables as all children are expected to know each multiplication table (up to 12 x 12) by heart by the time they reach secondary school
‘Parent/Carers – Discovery MAT extends its commitment to E-safety and Online Learning to parents through use of the National Online Safety Platform. If you follow the link below: http://nationalonlinesafety.com/enrol/beechwood-primary-school-pl6-6dx and select parent/carer, you will become part of our parent community on our platform. Once you are a member, you will be able to access a wide range of E-safety CPD and resources designed to further consolidate children’s E-safety knowledge. You will also be able to access many ‘What Parents Need to Know’ guides which provide useful updates about the latest technology.