Welcome to our Enhanced Learning page where you will find different ways learning is created for children through exciting learning approaches and various learning interventions. Here you will meet children from Key Stage 1 & 2. The children are very busy enjoying the journey of learning and are always very happy and proud to share their work with you on our website.
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The prime areas for Year 2 Literacy is to support children develop confidence and self esteem with their writing.We have been practising developing our sentence structure by working on our grammar, spellings and punctuation.
We have been looking at the story, Fly, Eagle, Fly retold by Christopher Gregorowski. The children can now identify the setting, characteristics and features of the stories. Children have been learning to write speech in in a speech bubble and applying different punctuation marks and adjective in their writing.
Year 2 have been practising applying their basic skills in Literacy and Numeracy sessions to develop their word reading recognition by learning how to blend and segment a range of words, spell tricky words and write simple sentences with a capital letter and full stop.
Children have been practising carrying out simple addition and subtraction number sentences and using different strategies to support them build their confidence when working with numbers.
Year 3 have been learning about Myths, Legends and Fables, we have read the Myths Quest about Kuang-Li & Bewulf and Grendel by John Gardner. Children have made comparisons about both Myths, identifying their similarities and difference. Children followed this by planning and writing their own Myth.
In our Literacy intervention and skills lessons we will be studying grammar throughout the term. There will also be regular spelling and handwriting sessions.
Year 2 & 3 have been using various interventions to support their learning of building their basic skills in numbers and developing their phonics to support their reading and writing. Children practise and are taught a wide range of strategies to apply to their learning including phonic, visual, contextual and grammatical cues.