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Manor Court CommunityPrimary School and Pre-School


Owls Class

Mrs James and Mrs Wilmington

Hello from Owls Class!  Owls will be taught by Mrs James. This term Art will be taught with Mrs Morton, PE from Mr McCarten, Music with Miss Prater and Portuguese with Mrs Gomes.  


In English, we will be starting with ‘The Green Ship’, full of new adventures on a ship followed by the proudest blue where will will go onto explore another range of writing.  In Maths we will be learning about shape and measurement to continue to recap all our learning throughout the year with a real focus upon TTRS.  


This term we will begin with our Geography unit. We will develop our human, physical and environmental geography knowledge, through our new topic of magnificent mountains. We will be understanding the mountains around the world. In Summer B we will move onto History including the Ancient Egyptians with a dress up WOW day on Friday 7th June.  


In English, we will be starting with ‘The Green Ship’! In Maths we will be learning about length and perimeter, before moving on to fractions. In the second half of the term, we will learn about time and properties of shape before finishing with mass and capacity.  


In Science, our main topic is ‘Plants’. We will find out about the different needs of plants, how they grow and why we need them. In Religious Education, we will learn about Islam and explore what Muslims believe about Islam and Iman. 


PE will be taught on Wednesday and Fridays so please ensure your children attend school in their PE kits for these days. We also ask that earrings be removed for PE. Our sports day this year will be Olympic theme to relate to Paris 2024, we will be kickstarting this with an opening ceremony and the day will be on Wednesday 5th alongside our KS2 classes. In DT we will be making hand puppets and making food for one of our MC48 experience and getting lost in a maze.  


Owls class will continue to have homework set weekly on a Wednesday, to be collected the following Wednesday. We also expect children to read 5 times a week and have their reading records signed by an adult at home to show this. If it is difficult for your child to do homework at home, there is a homework club that they can attend.  


We are looking forward to a final great term of learning!