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Hazel Class

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Class Teachers


In Class Hazel your teachers are Mrs Ali and Mrs Mussa.



Our Support staff in Class are:


   Miss Patel, Mrs Patel (mornings) and Mrs Mulla (afternoons)


Together we are always willing to help and support you in class with any aspects of your learning and concerns related to school and at home.  



This term is packed with exciting units of study. We start the term off with a week of Performance Poetry.


After that, we are going to explore folktales. Taking inspiration from the 'Classic Tales of Brer Rabbit', children will then create their very own Folktales. There may be an opportunity these into an e-book too! so watch this space. 


Lastly, we will be brushing up on our speaking skills to debate on the topic of 'hunting'. It will be really interesting to see children share their opinions. 



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We already know the children are having a blast with their 'Timetable Rockstar' challenges so we are hoping children will be able to apply their skills through the units this term. 


We will start the term off with Place Value and Roman Numerals. Following on from that will be Geometry and lastly Fractions. 


We will be challenging pupils to work together as a team as well as independently throughout the term. We have some exciting problem solving tasks for them to crack!


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There is a great emphasis on reading throughout this year in school as well as Class Hazel.  The children will take part in a game of 'Book Battleships' , where children will read a range of books written by different authors and challenge themselves to improve their reading and writing.  Let the Reading challenge begin!!






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Big Five


We are so very passionate about exploring the Big 5. We will be using Google Earth to explore some of the countries that these amazing animals inhabit. We will be looking at African music and have a go at practising some of the traditional African Dance that has been part of their culture for centuries. 


We are expecting plenty of surprises throughout the unit, so do pop back again for updates!


iHola! This year children will be learning the global language of Spanish. Since there are approximately 559 million people who already speak Spanish around the world, we thought why not add a few more to the mix?


We will learn common phrases and we will be revisiting letters and numbers this term. Please do encourage your child to practise their Spanish skills at home.


iAdios Amigos!