Welcome to our class page!
Our class teacher is Miss Leighfield and our teaching assistant is
Notices & Reminders
Tuesday 2nd April – Parents’ Evening (3:30 – 5:30pm)
Thursday 4th April – Forest School
Parents’ Evening (4:30 – 6:30pm)
Friday 5th April – Easter church service (2:30pm)
PTA Easter egg hunt (after school)
Last day of term
PE: Tuesday PM – boxercise with Tom
Homework will be set every Tuesday to be handed in the following Monday. Homework club will run every Friday lunchtime.
Times Table Rockstars: On-going (class focus: 3, 4, 8 multiplication and division)
Spelling test: 4/4/19
Group 1: Year 2 common exception words. Group 2: Year 3/4 statutory words
Our learning this week (w/c 1/1/19):
English: Traditional poems – rhyming couplets (continued).
Maths: Fractions (continued).
Science: End of unit assessment (electricity).
Have a look at what we have been up to…
Before moving on to our poetry unit for the final few weeks of Spring Term, we took the time to peer and self-assess our suspense stories. I was really impressed with how the children worked together to suggest improvements and reflect on their own work.
Our first two weeks of Forest School have been absolutely brilliant! We`ve had a great time building dens, whittling sticks, toasting food on the fire, pond dipping and more!
Each Friday two pupils will have the opportunity to talk about some of their achievements outside of school. We recognise that our children have many talents outside of academia and our Friday Showcase is the perfect time to show what we’re proud of.
Thank you to Katherine and Arthur (22/3) and Joel (28/3) who shared their sporting success with us. Arthur is a very keen swimmer and was really enthusiastic to show us his abundance of swimming badges! Katherine told us about the proud moment she took on the heights of Go Ape! and had a great time. She loved swinging through the trees in a harness and obviously isn’t scared of heights! Finally, our resident sports enthusiast, Joel shared his sporting success in and out of school. Joel always steps up to play for All Saints’ whatever the challenge and was also awarded Player of the Year for his local hockey team. Well done to all!
How can Parents help at home?
Here is a copy of the Lime Class rules and expectations for a positive and productive learning environment.
Lime class rules
Reading is so important for your child’s development. We encourage all parents to read with their child each night, if possible. Why not check out the ‘100 Books to Read in Year Spring timetable23/4′? You’ll find many of these titles in our class reading corner or your local library.
100-books for Year 3/4
The National Curriculum sets out 109 words that children should know by the end of Year 4. These words will form the basis for our weekly spelling test.
NC Statutory words Yr3/4