Welcome to Class 4's page! 

Class 4

'Nobody who tried their best ever regretted it'

Welcome back class 4! I hope everyone had an amazing Christmas break and didn’t eat too much chocolate! We had a very strong autumn term in class 4, so well done everyone. This next term is also going to be a very busy term with lots of fun activities planned. Therefore, we will need to be working just as hard as you did in the autumn.

This term’s topic is called wild world. We are going to look at different weather events, extremes in weather (very hot or very cold) and disasters from around the world and closer to home. We will look at the impact of these events and consider why they happen in the first place. We will also be looking at the human impact on the environment and how it could be changing our world.

PE is on Monday and Tuesday afternoons. Can I please ask that children do have their kits in school on these days. Failure to do so could result in not being able to take part.

Your homework will be based on spellings and maths and you will also need to read as much as you can at home. I will remind you that you are expected to read 7 times in two weeks to enter the reading raffle. Your weekly spellings and times table test will be on a Friday.  Homework is given out on a Friday and you need to bring it back in, completed, on the following Wednesday. Remember, if you are struggling with homework you can use your home school planners which have loads of information about maths, literacy and spelling.  If your still finding it tricky, please find me before Wednesday  to get help.

This term, class 4 have outdoor learning on Friday afternoons. Please make sure you have all the required clothes with you so that you can take part fully!

If you have any questions, please come and see me.

I look forward to another term of fun and hard work.

Mr Teuchmann

 

Useful websites

Maths

http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/maths/

Literacy - spellings, grammar etc

http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/literacy/

 

 

 

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