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    Willow - Year 4    

                                                                                                 

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We are a hardworking, well-mannered and happy class.
We do some really serious work in Maths and English and lots of other subjects. However we have fun and enjoy our experiences.

Most importantly we love to learn and we are proud of everything we do.

Letters

 

Newsletter Spring 2

Newsletter Spring 1

Newsletter Autumn 2

Newsletter Autumn 1

 

  Spellings

Year 3-4 and 5-6 spelling lists 

Homework

Homework Log - Please check your child's homework log which will include any areas of learning that require practise.

Given out                   Due in

 

04/03/20                 18/03/20

25/03/20                 01/04/20

Class News

 

Our topic this half term is: ‘The Vikings with UK place names and trade links.

The children will be learning about:

Making links with geography by looking at UK place names (using maps, atlases and globes) and the UK trade links, with a focus on how this was the same or different in Viking times.

Indoor PE: Tuesdays (Yoga)

Outdoor PE: Thursday

Indoor – black shorts, white t-shirt and pumps.

Outdoor – black/navy tracksuit, white t-shirt and trainers.

Please make sure all items are labelled.

Swimming Lessons

Swimming lessons start on 23.03.20 and will take place daily for two weeks. It is a fantastic part of the Year 4 curriculum where your child will learn valuable life skills! Children must bring a full swimming kit (Swimming trunks/costume and towel) each day and take them home to be washed. I would recommend that girls wear their hair up (preferably in plaits) as it makes it easier for their hair to dry.

Reading - It is important to read regularly with your child – we ask that you read with your child 3 times a week and sign the reading diary.

Homework Log - Please check your child's homework log which will include any areas of learning that require practise.

 

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