Welcome to Tiger Class
Our Teacher is Miss Ellis
We follow our 3 Golden Rules:
1. Follow instructions straight away
2. Care for everyone and everything
3. Show respect and good manners at all times
We are also practicing Fantastic Walking when moving around the school
Science Day - 19.10.18
INSET Day - 26.10.18
NEW PUPIL COUNCIL!
Grace and Max were elected our new members for the 2018 - 2019 Pupil Council. Well done, Grace and Max!
Star of the Week!
See the photograph below to find out who is our Star of the Week!
This half term, our Topic is 'Mysterious Materials'.
Students will be working as trainee ‘Materials Scientists’.
During this learning unit, Tigers will learn about materials and use that knowledge, whilst working in teams, to solve science problems. Tigers will demonstrate their ability to learn as part of a group, be a team member, take on team roles and support others in their team. Students will receive support to improve their science and problem solving skills and will be assessed on their ability to carry out experiments and investigations.
Tiger Core Learning Skills!
Each half term, Tigers will follow a specific area of core learning skills - this half term, we shall be focusing on learning how to work together effectively - with the aim of maximising our overall teaching and learning experience. Please see our half termly newsletter for more information about Core Learning Skills in Tiger Class.
Our PE lesson is on Thursday, so please have your PE kit in school on this day.
On Wednesday afternoon, we will be swimming, so please make sure you remember to bring your swimming kit - swimming goggles are a good idea too!
Tigers will get their new spellings on Monday and they will be tested on Friday. Each student will receive between 5 and 10 spellings per week. In addition, students will practise their spellings each day during a Spelling Skittles session.
Tiger Home Learning Challenges!
Each half term, Tigers receive a Home Learning Challenge.
Home Learning Challenges aim to link school learning to home learning and provide an opportunity for parents and carers to share their child's school experience by supporting learning at home.
Each Home Learning Challenge will contain a mixture of Maths, English and Topic challenges, designed to enhance each student's learning experience.
In addition, Tiger students are expected to read for a minimum of 15 minutes each day. Please aim to support your child's development of reading - reading is the gateway to all learning - research shows that the more a student reads, the more successfully they can access the whole school curriculum.