Hello, welcome to Class 4!
I hope you’ve all enjoyed your summer. We’re looking forward to welcoming you back!
There are a few things you will need to know:
Class 4 has PE on Tuesday mornings. Children will need to wear their PE kits to school, which can include jogging bottoms and a warm top suitable to PE.
Daily reading with your child is essential for their progress. Children are encouraged to read aloud to an adult as often as possible; please listen to them read, ask questions and read to them to model good expression. Children should keep notes in their reading record themselves, but please feel free to add a note yourself. Reading Records are checked regularly and children can change books as often as they need to. Children will be taking one book home from school which will be swapped on Mondays.
Children have been given usernames and passwords to TTRockstars, an online collection of maths games that will also help them to develop their skills.
Children need to be practising their times tables as often as possible. Year 4’s are now expected to complete an online times table assessment during the Summer Term. We will prepare children for this in school, but please continue to support them at home. We will be playing plenty of multiplication shootout in class!
Every Monday children will get at least one piece of homework, usually alternating between maths and English, but it may also link to children’s topic work. This needs to be completed by the following Monday. Spare copies and help is always available so please encourage your children to come and see me if they need to.
We have decided that children should bring school book bags, rather than rucksacks. This will save us a lot of space within the classroom; book bags will also better protect children’s books, homework and letters – which tend to get crumpled up and left in the bottom of rucksacks!
Thank you, and see you soon!
Please click on the link below to view Welcome letter from the Class 4 team:
Please click on the links below to view this term’s Knowledge Organiser:
You can see our Creative Curriculum here:
Creative Homework Spring Term 2020
This term our whole school topic was ‘HEROES AND VILLAINS’. Choices were: Write an advert for a Superhero or Villain, Design a costume or gadget for a Superhero or Villain, Create a healthy snack for a Superhero, Tell us what makes your hero special.
Creative Homework provides an opportunity for the whole family to work together at home, and what a lot of creativity we have here at Yorkley!
A big ‘THANK YOU’ to everyone who completed the task – you can see some of the work below: