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Happy New Year!

I hope you all enjoyed a happy and restful; Christmas.  We will be continuing with PE on Tuesdays and guitar lessons on Fridays this term (so don't forget to come to school in PE kit on Tuesdays and remember to bring your guitar to class on Thursdays please).


At home, please keep[ practising your tables at home (TTRockstars and Mathsframe Tables Checker are recommended) learn how to tell the time using digital and analogue clocks and please keep recording your reading on GoRead!


Here's to another great term!

Best wishes

Mr Holman, Mrs Richardson and Mrs Bradbury (who will be joining us on Tuesday afternoons for French and PSHE and also to support our learning on Wednesdays).

This term we will be reading and responding to 'The Boy at the Back of the Class' by Onjali Q. Rauf

Fox Class Curriculum Overview

What will be learning this term? Find out below . . .

January: Using drama techniques, including freeze-frames, mime, a court scene and a 'conscience alley' to learn about the archaeological discoveries at Sutton Hoo

Mary's Boy Child

It's beginning to sound a lot like Christmas!

It’s beginning to taste a lot like Christmas!

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

A wonderful field trip at the River Blackbourn to conclude our learning on rivers

Look at our amazing writing on the three courses of a river’sjourney,

Toasting marshmallows in the cabin

Coding using Scratch

Producing paintings to mark Remebrance Day

We love learning to play the guitar!

Reading for pleasure.

Look at our wonderful artwork! We enjoyed sketching and then painting flowers in the bee and butterfly garden.

Welcome back!


I hope you had a wonderful summer.  I am sure you will be glad to be back with your friends at Barnham and itching to begin some exciting learning in Fox Class.  Mrs Richardson and I cannot wait to get started!


This year we will have PE on a Tuesday afternoon but please come to school each Tuesday in your PE kit (you can stay in your PE kit all day and wear it home).


Our topic this term will 'The Stone Age to the Iron Age.'  

Please do feel free to speak to me if you have any questions.


Very best wishes

Mr Holman