cLOSING THE gAPS Catch-Up
English and Maths Yearly Objectives for all year groups are here
In September, we will spend a significant period of time on personal, social and
emotional development and the well-being of children. We anticipate that some may
struggle with social engagement and settling back into friendships. Initial activities
will focus on building up a strong sense of belonging within the class, easing the
children back into routines, re-establishing school rules and spend time discussing
worries and concerns. We also want to focus heavily on the positives that a new year
brings, the good things that have come out of this experience and our hopes and
aspirations for the year.
During the first half of the autumn term, learning in core subjects (English and
Maths) will focus on ‘filling the gaps’ in learning from the previous year and reestablishing good progress.
The children will also experience a broad and varied curriculum to inspire and
engage them within their learning journeys. Your support in getting children back on
track will be vital and I ask that you continue to promote reading and number
facts/times table recall throughout the summer break to give children a flying start in
Objective lists for each year group can be used to identify gaps in learning.
Early Years Foundation Stage
EYFS -Early Learning Goals
End of EYFS Maths Targets
End of EYFS Reading Targets
End of EYFS Writing Targets
End of EYFS SSM Targets
Key Stage Objectives
National-Curriculum-Progression-Primary Maths 1-6 Objectives
We use White Rose Maths to organise our mathematics into units of work for children to learn, following a logical progression. For more about this, click here:whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/
BONNERS CURRICULUM JIGSAW
Maths Assessment 'I can' Tick sheets
Summer Care Primary Pack
Have a go at the 4 activities in the pack!
Just as we look after our physical health, it’s important to look after our mental health.
Self-care is all about what you can do to help yourself feel better or to keep yourself
feeling good. It’s a way that we can look after our own mental health and wellbeing. It can
help your body and mind to relax, drift away, or be more energised. There are lots of different ways you can try self-care: dancing, spending time with friends, playing sports, laughing,
drawing, spending time with pets - anything that makes you feel good!