The Hub curriculum

Welcome back to The Hub for the Autumn term,

Information for parents

Welcome back to The Hub for the Summer term,

This term as Geographers we will be learning to use 4 figure grid references and compare different locations. We will be linking this to studying the Tudors. As Scientists we will find out about rocks, soils and forces.

PSHE will focus on relationships, and in R.E we will be learning about Jewish rites of passage, and the best way for Jewish people to show a commitment to God.

Reading and Writing are the key elements of our teaching in The Hub, and we will be beginning the Summer Term with Terry Deary “The Prince the Cook, and The Cunning King.”

Maths will continue to focus on times tables, place value and the four operations. Securing our use of written methods. We will also apply our learning to problem solving.

PE will be on a Tuesday morning and we will have coaches from Hull FC coming in to work with us on a Friday morning.

We really love to hear about all the exciting books, non-fiction text and poetry your children read at home and welcome any comments from the children, parents or carers about what has been read. The expectation of reading a minimum of three times a week has an excellent impact on reading stamina and creative writing in school.

Thank you for your continued support.

Mrs Whiteford

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