Teacher: Seryna Lazenby Teaching Assistant: Parween
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This year we will be exploring a variety of interesting topics such as, 'What a lot of rubbish' and 'The great fire of London'. We hope these topics will inspire and encourage your child in their learning.
As you are aware, here at Cardiff Muslim Primary School we are very committed to using a cross-curricular approach to teaching. In shaa Allah, as a result your child will experience aspects of their current topic within various areas of learning (literacy, creative development, knowledge and understanding of the world, maths, creative development and P.E). We feel this makes learning fun and relevant for the children, encouraging them to develop their inquisitive nature and love of learning.
Book bags - Please ensure your child brings their book bag every day
P.E - Mondays
Big Maths - Every Friday your child will complete a math test. Tests will usually be sent home on a Monday. Please practice the questions covered with your child
Reading books - Please return reading books by Wednesday each week
The Great Fire of London
Our topic this term is The Great Fire of London. This topic has a 'Knowledge and Understanding of the World' and 'Personal and Social Development' focus, however, as we are committed to a cross-curricular approach at CMPS, we will be exploring our topic through as many subjects as possible! Please refer to the topic plan and homework choice board below for information that will help you support your child this term. JazakAllahu khair for your continued support!
Our topic plan (Autumn term 2):
Access the year 1 topic plan here.
Homework Choice board (Autumn term):
Access the year 1 independent Homework Choice Board here.
* Please complete 3 out of the 6 homework options available and return them to school before the end of term. Parents may help if necessary but encourage children to complete the tasks as independently as possible. JazakaAllahu Khayran.
Useful links to aid learning Red - topic Green - general learning: