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Welcome to Autumn Term in Class Four

Welcom to our Class Four page, and to a brand new year of exciting and fun learning.  We have had such a great start, underpinned by enthusiastic children, supportive parents and a Learning To Learn Contract that helps us all to move forward in our learning.

Click on the PDF file below to see our Curriculum Newsletter. Our Maths, Reading and Writing Targets for Year 5 and Year 6 are above, too.

 

As always, you may have questions or queries, and I'm pleased to have seen so many of you already coming and catching me beofre or after school - communication is really important and it's great that we can all work as a team for the benefit of the children.

 

Looking forward to a great year of learning and fun!

 

Miss Da Piedade

 

 

Welcome to Summer Term in Rowlings Class (Class Four)

Maths and Literacy top tips for learning

Times tables online learning

www.timestables.co.uk

(Remember to log in, and to use the 5-step practise stages before going to the games area!)

Reading

Recommended books list for Years 1 - 6 is above (PDF).

Grammar Expectations for KS1 AND KS2

For your information, there is an overview of the Spelling Punctuation and Grammar expectations from Y1 to Y6 aobve (PDF).

More links to follow...

 

 

Dates for the DIary

18th September - Meet The Teacher opportunity

2nd, 4th October - Parents Evenings

2nd October - Book Fayre in school all week

3rd October - Trip to West Stow (letter to follow this week)

10th October - Residential Meeting for parents, with Manor Lakes representative attending

29, 30, 31 October - ResdientialTrip

 

Broomhill Library open evening - tbc

Poetry

Further dates will be announced in our school newsletter, or added here.

 

Other news

Our opic of volcanoes is giving us lots of reasons to get excited - from finding out about the different types of rock formed when a volcano erupts, to the discovery of how the history of Pompeii evolved as a result of a dramatic volcanic event.  Children have been drawing maps and identifying where volcanoes are found around the world, and we have watched how geologists explain the reasons for different characteristics of rocks.  This is, however, making it quite tricky to organise our class trip this term because there isn't a great abundance of volcanoes in Suffolk!

 

We will be worked with EYFS later this term, to collaborate in Science adn leearn together about our Solar System.

 

In Literacy, the children have written to the new Royal baby, providing their advice on how he can make the best of his future life! They have also written some splendid poems based on the journey of a chimpanzee into space in the Sixties - some amazing language structures were included.  We are really examining how we can improve our punctuation at the moment, too.

 

In P.E., children are working collaboratively to design an obstacle course - complete with instructions, score sheets and even risk assessments!

 

 

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