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Please bring a bag in every day this week to take home books and other pieces of work. 

There will be no P.E lesson on Tuesday because of the Leavers Service. 

On Wednesday, please bring in board games or card games to play with your friends. 

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Welcome to Year 4 - Summer Term

Miss Harding, Mrs Fargher (Thursdays), Mrs Hunt, Miss Lazar and Mrs Puckett

 

We have reached the summer term - your final term in Year 4 and what an exciting one it will be! There will be plenty of sports competitions and events to look forward to and of course our overnight stay. 

 

Our values this term are justice and responsibility under the umbrella of respect

 

In English, we will be exploring a range of texts including non-fiction and poetry based on our geography work and two narratives linked to our history work. Texts will include: 'Rhythm of the Rain', 'Once Upon a Raindrop', 'The Fastest Boy in the World' and 'Theseus and the Minotaur'. 

 

P.E. will be on Tuesdays and on Fridays. Please send children into school in P.E. kits but with school shoes on. They can bring in a pair of trainers to change into. On a Friday, please send children into school with their swimming clothing underneath their P.E. kits. 

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Homework

 

English and Maths homework will be set on Teams every Monday and is due in by the Friday. Homework is to be completed in the pink homework books unless stated otherwise. If children finish their homework before Friday, they can bring it into class and place it in the box. Each piece of homework should take a maximum of thirty minutes. 

 

Children will bring home a blue spelling book. Please do not practise their spellings with them in this book. It is only to be used for writing new spellings in on Mondays and completing the test on Fridays. 

 

Children can go on Spelling Shed or TTRS should they finish their homework early or want to do a bit more. Their log in card is on the inside cover of their pink homework book.

Reading

Please try to hear your child read their reading scheme book every day, just for 10 minutes. It really does make a difference! When your child has finished a book, please write in their reading record. Your child will then put their book and reading record in the box in the classroom and I will sign it before they get a new book. 

 

I would like to challenge the children to read as many books from the suggested reading list as possible. It really does make a difference! They will be celebrated in the classroom and on the webpage so please let me know once they've completed a book and email a photograph of them with the book. They can read the books themselves or have them read to them. We have a class library, which they can borrow most of the books from.

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