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Welcome to Sigma!
We are a class made up of boys from key stage 3. We are taught by Mr Darkins and are fortunate enough to be supported by Ms Jones and Mr Glover.
We agree that the most important criteria for our class is that everyone feels safe, we have discussed and created a class charter to help make sure that we achieve this. We are all determined to learn, and we will try our best to solve any problems that we encounter. We all want to learn in a classroom that is calm and where we feel happy
In Maths we will be learning about algebra and solving problems concerning graphs and statistics. In English we will be creating our own autobiographies after having compared a biography and autobiography.
As a class we will be working hard on our social skills; focusing on developing our emotional vocabulary and understanding other people's emotions. We will improve these through Kagan activities and problem solving games.
We will strengthen our thinking skills across the curriculum; working in groups to discuss and appreciate differing opinions when we discuss what is important to us in RE, and discussing our observations in Science.
We will be exploring countries and cities across Africa and Asia in Geogrpahy and looking at Britiain in the inter war period in History.
In PE we will take part in Aerial Ninjas with Chloe Bass, the expert acrobat who will support us to perform using the hoop and silks.
Homework will be made available at the start of each half term, and will consist of experiential activities. We encourage pupils to complete the activities and for parents and carers to engage with the pupil's learning. Pupils can bring their completed homework in to share once they have completed it.
Reading books will be given out and pupils are asked to keep a reading log of any reading that they do out of school. This will include one reading book and a pupils are welcome to take some additional 'reading for pleasure', this could be a book, comic book or a magazine. We will read independently and take part in guided reading in class, but reading at home at least three times a week is a fantastic way to develop your son/charges reading skills.
This half term we will be taking part in Forest School every Wednesday, pupils will need to bring in a change of clothes that they are prepared to get wet and muddy! Forest School is an opportunity for us to learn outside of the classroom, and activities will be child led, overseeing our lessons will be Froo and Ged.
We will also being going on a camping trip in the Autumn term.