Welcome to Iguana class!
Our teacher is Mr Cornet.
Topic - Tremors
Our topic informs a lot of what we teach as we try, where possible, to adopt a cross curricular approach. This term Iguana class will be learning about earthquakes, volcanoes and the causes of natural hazards generally. They will be locating fault lines around the world while trying to build a clear understanding of why these events occur and how we can reduce their impact. Our artwork will be influenced by lava and we intend to build our own volcanoes while simulating real events surrounding pyroclastic flow and Pompeii. It's truly going to be an explosive topic...
PE for Iguanas will be on Thursday and Friday. Please ensure your child brings their PE kit.
Wednesday 2nd May
Library books will be changed once a week on Mondays. Banded books will be changed as and when the children have finished their existing book, usually in the morning. The idea is that children should always have a book to read. Please read with your child every day and make a note in their reading record.
We will continue to use concepts of multiplication and division while applying this to reasoning and money related problems. Later on we will be collecting and using statistical data while learning to measure and calculate distance, mass and quantities.
There is now a greater focus on computing in the curriculum and we will be learning programme effectively using Scratch.