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Nascot Wood
Junior School

This week's learning

Date Week beginning Monday 27th September 2021
Mathematics This week we shall focus on formal and informal addition and subtraction skills. 

This week we will continue revising punctuation marks including inverted commas, apostrophes, commas, brackets, colons, semi-colons, dashes, hyphens and ellipsis.

We shall also continue studying 'Wonder' by R. J. Palacio, and this week we will focus on analysing the character Via. 

Spelling focus

  • dependable
  • comfortable
  • reasonable
  • reliable
  • possible
  • terrible
  • incredible
  • visible
Foundation subjects

Science: this week we will continue to learn about the human circulatory system with a focus on the function of the blood. 

PE: outdoor P.E. will be on Mondays and indoor P.E. will be on Thursdays. This term, the children will have hockey lessons on Mondays and Pilates classes on Thursdays. 

PSHE: our Jigsaw theme for this half-term is ‘Being Me in My World’'. The children will also have ten weekly 'Positive Minds' lessons run by Watford Football Trust, which promote good mental health. 

Computing: during this half-term, we will be focussing on Internet safety and creating and planning app ideas for smartphones. 

Art: this term we shall study the artist Romero Britto and create our own pop art inspired by his work. 

French: this week we shall continue to learn how to tell the time in French.

Year 6 Investigates

Red Squirrel Awareness Week aims to highlight their plight and celebrate the wonderful work of volunteer groups, organisations and projects striving to save them. During this week, there are activities and events planned by a variety of these important groups and projects in different areas of the UK. The red squirrel population in the UK has been declining for centuries, and it is estimated that there are just 120,000 red squirrels left in the UK today. 

You could research:

  • the causes of their shrinking population
  • the best places to see them in the wild
  • the 'Tufty Club'