Welcome to our class page
Class Teacher: Miss Hughes
Class LSA: Mrs Boyce
Here you will find everything you need to support your learning.
For any homework queries, our class email address is: email@example.com
This week we have been learning:
Maths: Y3: How can you multiply a 2-digit by a 1-digit number using partitioning?
Y4: How can you multiply and divide by 10 & 100?
English: Sharks~ Non-chronological report
Whole Class Reading: Matilda by Roald Dahl- Inference skills in Chapter 3 & 4
Geography: Can you locate and describe tropical rainforest biomes?
Science: What is the best rocket type? What is thrust?
R.E: What do Christians believe about God- the Holy Spirit?
Computing: Can you draw a self-portrait using 'Paint'?
P.E: Hockey~ How can you use teamwork in a game?
Art: Can you create an observational sketch of a soft toy?
French: Can you say names of zoo animals in French?
See below for fun online resources we have enjoyed using this week!
Parents/carers~ Thank you for visiting our class this week and taking part in our science experiment. It was lovely to be able to share our learning with you!
Well done if you scored 7-10/10 in your spellings this week!
Spelling groups are written in homework books. Here are this week's spellings to learn for next Friday:
Here is a 'Spelling Menu' of activities to choose from when practising your spellings. Choose 1 or 2 different activities a week to support memorising spelling patterns.
These are common exception words all children should be able to read and spell by the end of year 4.
This week our class reading race score was: 48%
Well done to our superstar readers this week
To help us improve, can you read at least 5 times a week at home and sign it in your reading diary?
Here are some helpful questions for you to use to support your reading at home. Choose a few from each page (or focus on one) to think about and discuss every time you read.
Do you need some inspiration for a new book or author to try?
Below are some bookmatch ideas with links to authors you may already like.
For your weekly maths homework:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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