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Greystone Farm Iron Age Experience Day! We had a great time learning about archaeology, learning how to light a fire, bake bread on an open fire, build wattle and daub walls and much more!

Greystone Farm Iron Age Experience Day! We had a great time learning about archaeology, learning how to light a fire, bake bread on an open fire, build wattle and daub walls and much more!   1

 

 

Welcome to Class 4's page! 

 

 Welcome back! I hope you have all had a wonderful summer break and are ready for a busy and exciting term ahead!

 

We have the following topics planned: 

- Maths: Place Value, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division

- English: Exploring settings in narratives; use of descriptive language; diary writing

- Science: Materials and their Properties  

- PE: Hockey, Rugby and Football

- History: Stone Age to Iron Age,

- RE: Creation stories

We will be linking our art, music and French to the topics above throughout the term. 

 

The whole federation value this term is 'Thankfulness'; we will be focusing on our value in Worship and in class linking it where appropriate to our other areas of learning.

 

Class 4's week:

Monday –Homework due in. Spellings and homework set.  

Tuesday

Wednesday – Creative Curriculum afternoon.

Thursday -- 

Friday – PE Lesson. Spelling test.

 

Friday Mornings: 

Once again on a Friday morning from 8:35am until 9:00am, you are very welcome in our classroom. Please come and look at your children’s books and our classroom displays. This year, we once again have a display in our classroom for parents to add a comment about something their children have done during the week that makes them proud. The ‘Proud Parents’ display can praise any achievements at school or at home. We look forward to once again filling our display with your lovely comments!

 

Homework:

Homework will alternate between Maths and English, it will be set on a Monday to be returned on the Friday (see the homework and spelling sections below). Spellings will be set every Monday and tested on the following Friday, the spellings can be found in the spelling section below.

 

PE kit:

Please can you make sure your child has a labelled PE kit in school every day. Please make sure your children have a green PE t-shirt, shorts, joggers, a jumper and socks in their PE kits . If your child wears tights to school, please ensure they have socks to wear for PE. 

 

The class letter and term overview contains lots of other information about our class routines and what we will be learning about this term. Please feel free to come in and speak to me or arrange a suitable time to meet with me if you have any questions or concerns.

 

Keep checking our class page to find out about our adventures in Class Four!

 

Mrs Caselin

 

 

 

Homework 

 

Homework due in Monday 12th November:

 

Please complete this month's numeracy competition. Show your calculations in your book. Please complete any work you have not yet completed on Mathletics. 

 

ALSO: 

 

Choose 5 of this week's spellings and put them into sentences that start with an 'ing' or 'ed' clause. 

 

Examples: 

 

Laughing happily, the boy ran towards the gleaming white yacht. (ing clause)

 

Surprised by his very great luck, the man realised that he had won first prize of a gleaming white yacht. (ed clause)

 

 

Spelling work: This week's spellings are in the spelling section. The test will be on Friday 9th November. Please practise your spellings every day, for a few minutes each time, to make sure you know them. If you are unsure of any of the word meanings, look them up in the dictionary. You may record the meanings in your homework book if you wish. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRIMARY NUMERACY COMPETITION NOVEMBER

POETRY COMPETITION OCTOBER 2018

WELL DONE YEAR 6s! 

Well done to all the Year 6s who gave brilliant speeches this morning at church! You did yourselves proud! 

Can't wait to find out who our new Head Girl and Head Boy will be for this year! smiley

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