Class teacher: Mrs Mali
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Cant, Mrs Kolpitts
Just like last term, homework will be given on a Friday and returned the following Wednesday. This should be children’s own homework and they should spend roughly about 30 minutes on each piece. Children should ensure that homework is completed to the best of their ability.
Daily reading is essential. Please could you ensure reading records are in school daily, so that reading books can be changed, if required.
Spelling will be sent home weekly. Children will be tested every Friday and they will also opportunities to learn their spellings at school.
Mental Arithmetic Maths homework will be sent home weekly. Please complete only one page, each week.
Times tables – we will play the Golden 100 Times Tables game each week, so don’t forget to top up your times table learning at home. A fantastic website that children can access at home is ‘Hit the Button’.
PE lessons are on Wednesday and Thursday. Suitable footwear please. All PE kit and uniform should be labelled. Please can you provide a water bottle, which can be kept in the classroom and taken home daily.
Welcome back to an exciting new term and a brand new academic year! Firstly I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all the wonderful gifts, presents and wishes that were gifted to me at the end of last term. It was truly overwhelming, I am very grateful!
The children and I are very excited to be part of Year 3 and 4 and are ready to learn in our new classroom! The children have had a fantastic first week back. Thank you to the children for making the classroom a calm, focused learning environment. Their behaviour has been brilliant. Keep it up, Class two.
In literacy, we will be looking at stories from other cultures, information texts and writing some descriptive poetry.
Maths will continue to focus on developing key skills, such as ordering and comparing numbers, addition and subtraction, problem solving involving multiplication and division. We will also focus on geometry and measurement.
Our RE lessons will focus on the stories of key religious leaders and learning about belonging in Christianity and Hinduism.
The children will have the opportunity to learn about the changes that took place in Britain from the Stone Age to Iron Age.
In Science the children will learn about the digestive system and teeth in animals and humans.