Natterers Class

Welcome to Natterers’ Page!

Mr. Szuplewski teaches Natterers Class.  Please come back to this page for more updates from the class.

To find out what we are learning this term: 

Natterers Class Timetable – Autumn 2018

Year 3 Curriculum Topics – Autumn Term 1 – 2018

Year 4 Curriculum Topics – Autumn Term 1 – 2018

Year 5 Curriculum Topics – Autumn Term 1 – 2018

Year 6 Curriculum Topics – Autumn Term 1 – 2018


Homework

Here you can find a homework guideline for Natterers’ weekly homework tasks.

Natterers Homework Guideline

*Abacus Maths on Active Learn Website
 Link

To support your child’s maths learning, games are available on Active Learn.  Each week, one activity will be activated for your child and this will give them the opportunity to practice the topic area we have covered in school that week.  It is entirely optional, but we have found them popular with children in previous years.

*Bitesize Maths is an online learning support resource that pupils can do some math activities at home. Link

*Map Challenge. Link


Muddy Monday – Andy Goldworthy

Monday 1st October 2018

“People also leave presence in a place even when they are no longer there.” – Andy Goldsworthy

   

As a part of outdoor Muddy Monday Lessons we were learning about Andy Goldsworthy, a British artist known for his site-specific installations involving natural materials and the passage of time. Working as both sculptor and photographer, Goldsworthy crafts his installations out of rocks, ice, leaves, or branches.

 

 

Natterers created their own installations using natural materials. Fostering creativity won’t just increase your child’s chances of becoming the next Picasso. You’re also helping him develop mentally, socially, and emotionally. Creating art may boost young children’s ability to analyze and problem-solve in myriad ways. As kids manipulate a paintbrush, their fine motor skills improve. By counting pieces and colors, they learn the basics of math. When children experiment with materials, they dabble in science. Most important perhaps, when kids feel good while they are creating, art helps boost self-confidence. And children who feel able to experiment and to make mistakes feel free to invent new ways of thinking, which extends well beyond the craft room.  Well done, Natterers!

 

Painting for the Official Opening of Abbot Alphege Academy

Our work was proudly presented to Bishop Peter during the school opening ceremony on Tuesday, 25th September.