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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 are going to be a little bit different this term. We will get a few spellings each night to learn using different strategies to help us. This is to help us develop our spelling knowledge! We will be tested on these words in a piece of writing at the end of the week!
  • 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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It's the second half term of the year and look what we've got ahead of us...

 In literacy we will be script-writers in the making, creating playscripts of famous nursery rhymes and then we'll be seeing what we would be like in the world of journalism by looking at newspaper reports and writing our own Roman news! In Writer's Workshop we will be using lots of different picture books as our inspiration for our writing. Last half term we did so well in this lesson and impressed our teaching team with all our brilliant writing. George said, 'I just love writing', Harry said, 'I do writing that I'm proud of in Writer's Workshop. Toby said, 'I love being able to use my imagination to the full' while Corey said, 'I just like that we get to do funny writing!'  In maths we continue working hard on our times tables as well as our formal written calculations AND area and perimeter too!

 

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 the impact they had on Celtic Britain 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 a little bit of data handling in maths this term as well as bringing her usual expert knowledge in science. 

In RE we are learning about Hindu beliefs and digging deeper into our knowledge of Christmas and why it is so important for Christians all over the world. (look in our photos to see our diva lamps being made)

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 can use the internet appropriately for research and that we are using the correct websites. Mrs Potts will be putting us through our paces in PE on a Wednesday.

 

 

 

 

Look what we've been doing...

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