Welcome to Langwith Class!
We are a class of Year 2 and 3 children. Our teacher is Miss Worboys and our teaching assistant is Mrs McNally. You can find us in the main building at the top of the stairs. Please see our 'Welcome to Langwith' Letter and our class timetable on this page for more information about the day to day running of our class.
Our P.E. days are usually Thursday and Friday PM, however these occasionally change, so please ensure that your child has weather-appropriate PE kits in school all week. Year 3 children will also be going swimming every Monday morning from 6th November until February half term.
Our class page will be updated with new topic information, important documents, letters, homework and photos, so make sure you check it regularly!
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Our Topic Information
For the Summer term, our topic will be 'Blue Planet'. This exciting topic will allow us to explore the world's oceans and the marine life within then. We will studying animals and their habitats in Science which will provide us with lots of opportunities for non-fiction writing and artwork. During this term the children will visit 'The Deep' in hull for a sleepover in the aquarium! To find out more about what we will be learning in each subject area please see the Blue Planet Topic Web in the files section.
For the Spring term, our topic will be 'The Victorians'. We will be studying this period of history (1837-1901) in lots of depth covering what it was like to be a child in the Victorian times, finding out about Queen Victoria, investigating the differences in school life, looking at how life and society has changed over time, comparing rich and poor Victorian lifestyle, and learning about important events, people and developments during this era.
For the Autumn term, our topic will be 'Fantastic Festivals'. We will be learning about different festivals and celebrations in the UK and around the world. This topic strongly links with R.E, in which we will be exploring what ourselves and others celebrate, and the symbolism behind different festivals.