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Purple Class

Purple Class
Spring Term 2018 


Welcome to Purple Class

Purple Class consists of 30 hardworking, keen-to-learn children.  Miss Bushnell is the class teacher with help from Mrs Freeman who is our super Teaching Assistant.

Our topic this half-term is...
Food, Glorious Food


Learning Journey


This term our Learning Journey has a geography/history focus, but English, Maths, Science, Art, DT, Dance and Music will all link together to create an exciting, memorable learning experience.


We will be learning about everything to do with food! Purple class will explore the idea that food and diets have changed over a number of years. They will also learn about some of the regions that different foods come from, as well as exploring some common recipes used during WW2 in the times of rationing.

In PE, we are focusing on the topic of food and creating a dance around harvesting wheat and recreating the farming process through different movements.


Please read with your child as often as possible (every day if you can).  Research shows that children who read at home make better progress with their reading generally. They will change their books once a week and will bring home 2/3 books for you to share with your child.  Please encourage your child to bring their reading bag to school every day.
Some tips for reading at home:

Discuss the story and ask your child lots of questions to check they have understood what they have read. Act out the story or make up different endings. Discuss the characters and their feelings at different times in the story. Talk about the story and relate it to your child’s experiences if possible.




This term we have PE sessions on Tuesday and Friday afternoons but please ensure that PE kits are in school at all times.

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you need any further information. 
Email is often the most efficient method:


We look forward to a great Spring Term!

Catherine Bushnell

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