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WE ARE BRILLIANT BLUES!

That's right...we are brilliant in every way!

 

Our teacher is Miss Vines and Miss Torgoose and Mrs Simpson help us with our learning too!

Year 4 can be pretty hard work but we have promised to try our best, focus and listen carefully to make ourselves even better than we already are! 

 

A few things to remember:

  • Our spellings come out every Wednesday and are tested a week later…Miss Vines will try and catch us out with common exception words.
  • Our homework will be sent home every Friday and will need to be handed in the next Thursday. There will usually be two bits of homework - literacy and maths - and they will recap what we have been learning the week before so that we can practice our new skills.
  • PE this term is on a Wednesday and swimming is every Tuesday – make sure kits are at school! During the week we will do ten minutes of extra exercise everyday in class.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We've got lots to cover in our first term back - in literacy we will be turning our hand to special poems - haikus and cinquains as well as looking at stories from other cultures. In Writer's Workshop we will be using the book, 'It was a dark and stormy night', to base our writing on. In maths we will be showing our teaching team just how wonderful we are at addition, subtraction, multiplication and division and also how much we know about place value.

 

This term our theme is ‘Rotten Romans’ – in geography we will be researching Italy and its similarities and differences to the UK.

In history we are learning about the Romans and their Empire meanwhile in DT we hope to bring you all a little bit of joy with some beautiful home cooked pizza…yum!

Mrs Banham is teaching us all about humans…we will learn about our digestive systems and teeth and then we will look at how we can group and classify living things.

In RE we are learning about how Adam and Eve disobeyed God after the Creation, we will begin to look at Hindu celebrations and also look at Christian organisations to go alongside Harvest and how Christians today put their beliefs into practice.

Art is all Roman influenced work this term – mosaics, profile portraits and even a spot of architecture when building our own model Roman villas!

Mr Carlton is making sure we are up to date with our E-Safety and Mrs Potts will be putting us through our paces in PE on a Wednesday.

 

 

 

 

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