Elm Class

Welcome to term 6 in Elm class.

Umbrella Theme: Superheroes

Class Themes: Moral ethics of good and bad behaviour choices.

Overview of Learning: KERPOW! Intergalactic greetings, young heroes. It’s time to rescue the planet from the evil villains! Who’s your favourite superhero? Superman? Wonder Woman? Maybe your heroes are ordinary people who’ve achieved great things. Or is it those people who save lives in our emergency services that you admire most?

Superheroes have super senses. Use yours to identify mystery items by their smell, taste, sound and touch. What do true superheroes eat to keep their senses and special powers sharp?

Can we stop the dastardly plans of Professor Slime? He’s dropping his villainous instructions around town. WE must stop people following them, but can we make it in time? Is that phone box free? Please excuse me… I have to save the world! Zap! Whizz! Zoom!

Stunning Start: Dressing up day as a superhero/hero – complete tasks using your senses to identify what it is (these are your special powers!)

Fabulous Finish: Superhero mission to stop Professor Slime!

Discrete Subjects: Computing – focusing on technology in our lives and how technology can equip us using Pivot animator and programs to handle data and create graphs and pictograms.

SMSC: Spiritual – Learning about oneself and others who have influenced and changed our lives; Moral – To understand right and wrong in the classroom and in the world that we live in; Social – Use social skills to complete tasks; Cultural – Appreciate how diverse our world we live in and celebrate differences and develop appreciation of difference; Appreciate qualities of others and how lives are affected.

British Values: Listening to one another. Understanding and using rules/instructions to stay safe. Tolerance of others and their beliefs.


  • Children can come into Elm classroom and be supervised by a teacher from 8.45am. Please leave the classroom by 8.55am so that we can start our school day promptly.
  • Please make sure your child has a named water bottle in school every day. Water only, no juice or squash.
  • We will hear children read regularly – please support us by bringing their reading books, reading record and word challenge folder in every day.
  • Please hear your child read every day and record their reading skills in the reading record. Your child will have a word challenge folder – please support them by practising the words so they can confidently read and where possible spell the words. A maths activity will also be sent home on a Friday and should be returned by the following Thursday.
  • PE is now on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Please make sure your child has a full named kit in school. Kits should stay in school and will return home at half term. If your child wears tights please put a spare pair of socks in their PE kit please.
  • Your child must have a warm coat every day in school.
  • If you or another relative would like to help out in Elm class or any other class please let us know, even if you can’t commit to a regular slot we always welcome an extra pair of hands.

Don’t forget that if you have any questions, queries, or concerns, please come and see us.

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