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Year 3/4

Welcome to Year 3 & 4!

Our teacher is Miss Powell and our teaching assistant is Miss Flanagan. Each morning begins with a maths and English lesson. In year 3 & 4 we are becoming confident and fluent readers and writers as well as learning key mathematical skills such as calculation methods and times tables. In the afternoon we enjoy Religious Education, PE, learning about our topic and much more! This term we will be learning about lots of interesting things including:

 

Religious Education: Homes, Promises & Visitors. 

 

Maths: Place Value, Addition & Subtraction, Multiplication & Division, Fractions & Shape. 


English: Stories by the same author, Instructions and explanations & Creating images. 

 

Science: Light & Rocks. 

 

History: The Romans.  

 

Geography: Extreme Earth or land use. 

 

PE: Indoor games & Dance - Carnival of Animals. 

 

Computing: Coding, Online safety & Spreadsheets. 

 

Art: Autumn. 

 

DT: Juggling Balls. 

 

Spanish: Meet  and Greet & The people around me. 

 

Music: Let your spirit fly & Glockenspiel. 

 

RSHE: RSE- Journey in Love & It's my body.  

 

Autumn 1 start, breaks and finish times

Start of the day: 8:50- 9:00 am

 

Morning break: 10:30- 10:45 am

 

Lunchtime: 12pm- 1pm

 

End of the day: 3:15 pm

 

 

Useful information:

PE for the Autumn term will take place on Monday and mindfulness sessions on Friday. Please send children to school in PE kits on these days. 

 

Homework will be issued through Seesaw online every Friday and due in the following Friday. 

 

Spelling tests will take place on a Tuesday morning.  

 

Times Table practise will take place daily in school. We very much encourage the children to regularly practise their times tables at home. Being rapid and fluent in times tables is essential for future success in maths. 

 

Your child has been given a school reading book. Please try to read with your child for a short time each night and remember to sign the reading diary. Reading books and reading diaries should be brought into school each day. Your child's reading book will be changed at least once a week

 

Children can bring in a water bottle to keep in class, which must be clearly labelled with your child's name on it. Please note disposable water bottles are not allowed in school. 

 

Children can bring a small individual snack for morning  if you wish e.g an apple, a small packet of crisps etc. 

 

 

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