Titan class are taught by Mrs Jeffery on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and Mr Orr on Thursday and Friday. We are all supported by Ms Andrews, Mrs Brown and Mrs Fisher.
Books we are studying
We started the year by welcoming everyone back after a very different summer term. We spent time reflecting on the last few months we had all experienced, thought about our place in our school community and the wider world, and finished by looking forward to the future in a positive way.
Trowbridge has been the focus of the second half of the first term. We have spent lots of time looking at the history of our wonderful town and writing our own persuasive leaflets to encourage lots of visitors to experience all the wonders of Wiltshire's county town.
Books we are studying
Our main focus this term has been history. We have learned all about the Anglo-Saxon settlement of England and the invasions from the Vikings.
Our PE day is every Friday, please come to school wearing your kit. We will be taking PE outside whenever possible so please make sure you have appropriate footwear.
Homework is sent out every Friday and should be returned by the following Thursday. Each week there will be times tables, tasks which are related to the learning from our class and spellings to practise in preparation for a test the following week.
Everyone is expected to read at least four times each week and then complete their reading journal which is brought into school.
Each member of the class has a login to Times Tables Rock Stars where they can learn and recall multiplication facts in a fun and engaging way.
Titan is one of Saturn's moons. It was found by Christiaan Huygens on 25 March 1655. Titan is the largest moon of Saturn and the second-largest in the Solar System (after Ganymede). Titan is larger than the planet Mercury!
Titan has the most atmosphere of any moon, more than Earth. But humans could not breathe it as it's very cold, and also poisonous. The air is made of nitrogen and methane. Titan is the only place in the Solar System, except Earth, that has lakes and liquid on its surface, but the liquid is methane, not water. Do you think there might be life on Titan?
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