Teeth

4B have loved learning all about their teeth! After finding out the names of the different types of teeth in our mouth the children used mirrors to see if they could spot any of them and began discussing how many we had and where they could be found. The...

4B Gets Festive

Well done 4B for the effort you all went to today when dressing up in Christmas themed clothing – we had elves, Santa and even reindeers! What better way to end our afternoon with putting up the Christmas decorations to make 4B look festive and...

Earthquakes

Today in Geography we have been learning about how an earthquake is formed. Using a digestive biscuit as tectonic plates, the children thoroughly enjoyed acting out each part of the process. The children were using vocabulary such as colliding sideways,...

Diwali

4B have finished off their Diwali celebrations this week by designing rangoli patterns and creating posters to inform people what Diwali is, who celebrates it, how they prepare for the festival of light and how they celebrate it. The children really...

Measuring Length

This week in maths we have been learning all about length. To start of our unit of work we looked at the units of measure that are used for length and the equipment we would use to measure in each of these units. We then choose a range of things around school that we...

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Reminders:

PE will be on a Wednesday and Friday – please ensure that your child has a full PE kit which should be kept in school.

Please send a filled water bottle to school with your child every day. These can be refilled throughout the course of the day.

Please make sure your child brings their reading book and diary to school each day.  Books will be changed as and when required and the children have been made aware of the range of books that they are able to choose from.  It would be appreciated if you could write a comment in your child’s reading diary after hearing them read at home.

Creative homework – please refer to the progress dates on the bottom of the grid. I look forward to seeing the creativity and effort that the children have put in to their chosen tasks.

Spellings and time tables will be sent home in their diaries on a Monday ready  for a quiz on the following Monday.