Tutor Group 3 Summer 2022

April 2022


Dear Parents and Carers,


I hope that all our pupils and families in TG 3 had an enjoyable break and are pleased to be back in school. The topic this term is ‘Ocean Treasures’ and below is an outline of what your child will be experiencing during this term.




We will be reading for pleasure and for information. Pupils will continue to learn Makaton signs and to use PODD books/symbol boards. TG3 will be working with the Speech and Language therapist to participate in activities to develop their speaking, listening and communication skills. They will continue to engage in a phonics programme and reading a range of texts.



The pupils will be continuing with number recognition, addition/subtraction, time and money. There will be weekly cooking sessions as part of the maths/science curriculum.



In science the pupils will be learning about materials and their everyday uses. They will be exploring the properties of materials and how to describe these.



Pupils will continue to learn about routines and turn taking and they will be encouraged to be as independent as possible. They will be engaging in activities about what is public and what is private as part of the ‘Keeping Safe’ curriculum.


Creative development: Music, Art and



During music sessions pupils will be working on their listening skills, start/stop abilities and responding to music through movement. They will also have music sessions with the Vale band.


Pupils will be having a weekly dance session as part of the pupils PE/Creative development curriculum. They will continue to have PE sessions from the Spurs and Middx Cricket Club coaches.


During art sessions TG3 will be exploring the work of artists who painted waves and water.



Pupils will engage with the Interactive Whiteboard to support maths skills and concepts as well as music, phonics, reading and other activities.



In RE pupils will be learning about the Buddhist Festival of Vesak. They will be learning about the oceans and how to help stop pollution by recycling plastics.



I look forward to seeing you at PSP and EHCP meetings. If you have any questions regarding this or any other matter, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Yours faithfully,


Catherine Williams (teacher)