Welcome back to Spring Term 4, I hope you all had a fabulous Half term break and are refreshed and ready for the exciting term ahead…

This term is all about the events in history that have shaped Corsham since 1066!

The children will be finding out about the key historic events since 1066 and how these have changed Corsham; the buildings and the landscape.We will be looking at different sources of evidence to help us answer questions about the past. We will be encouraging the use of language to describe events in history and will use our english, maths and computing skills to to communicate these effectively.

We will be studying diaries and discussing what information they can tell us about the past and from our research, we will be writing our own.

In Maths, we will be focusing on percentages and algebra.

It is going to be very busy but exciting term for learning in Amethyst Class!

Mrs Harris will be teaching the children on Monday and Tuesday and Mrs Symons on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Mrs Halfpenny will be in class every morning with the children.

Please ensure that your child has a white t-shirt and plain dark coloured shorts or track suit bottoms and trainers in school at all times. 

Monday – up and under ‘Real PE’

Thursday – Netball


Children are expected to read daily and practice times tables and given spellings. Optional topic homework will be given once a term, including ‘chatter topics’, which are ideas for conversations around the children’s learning.

Children will also need to complete work in their SATs revision books. These will need to be bought into school every Wednesday.

Drop off/pick up:All children are to be at the school gates for 8.40 in the morning and may either be collected from the gates at 3.15 or with written permission, may walk home.

To find out more about what your child will be learning, please download the Topic Web and overview documents below.

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Useful websites to support your child’s learning at home