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Dear Parent/Carer,


Greetings and welcome back to another exciting term at St-Eanswythes!


The children will dive into the whimsical world of Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland," exploring its characters, settings, and themes. Through creative narrative writing exercises, they'll have the opportunity to unleash their imagination and develop their storytelling skills.



This term, students will delve into the world of decimals, building upon their understanding of place value and arithmetic operations. They will learn how to work with decimals in various contexts, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, as well as how to convert between fractions and decimals.



Exploring the water cycle will allow students to understand the continuous movement and transformation of water on Earth. They'll investigate processes such as evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and runoff, gaining insight into the interconnectedness of Earth's systems and the importance of water conservation.



In history lessons, students will journey back in time to explore the Stuart period, a fascinating era of political upheaval, cultural change, and religious conflict in Britain. They'll examine key events, figures, and developments, gaining a deeper understanding of the impact of the Stuart dynasty on the nation's history.


Religious Education (RE): 

Through the study of Hinduism, students will explore the beliefs, practices, and traditions of one of the world's oldest religions. They'll learn about Hindu deities, rituals, festivals, and philosophical concepts, fostering respect for diverse cultures and promoting interfaith understanding.


Physical Education (PE):

PE lessons will focus on Outdoor Adventurous Activities (OAA), providing students with opportunities for teamwork, problem-solving, and physical challenge in outdoor environments. Additionally, students will develop their cricket skills, learning fundamental techniques such as batting, bowling, and fielding, while also honing their sportsmanship and fair play.



PE sessions are scheduled for Wednesday and Friday this term. Please ensure that your child always has a named PE kit in school.


Daily reading at home is essential for your child's literacy development. Please support them by listening to them read aloud regularly and recording their progress in their reading record book.


If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to me. Your involvement and support are greatly appreciated.

Yours faithfully, 


Mrs. Race



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