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Half term homework (9th February – 23rd February)

As a year group, we are entering the British Science Association poster competition. You need to create a poster on A4 or A3 paper about anything involving exploration and discovery within any field of science.

E.g. space exploration, discovery of woodland habitats, evolution, electricity...the list is endless.

Please also practice your times tables and spellings. Your focus spellings are in your spelling journals.  A copy of the year 3 and 4 spelling list is also in your reading record.

 

Spring Term

 

Happy New Year!

 

This term, our topic is The Romans.  We will be studying how the Romans built their empire, how they lived day to day, Boudicca and many more areas.  We will also be having a workshop on the 26th of April where we will be part of an interactive show (children will NOT need to dress up).  We will also be visiting Colchester Castle on the 26th of March.

 

In English, we are looking at performance poetry and information texts.  We are also taking part in public speaking workshops with a view to taking part in a competition against other schools in Essex.  Please continue to work on the spelling rules that we are working on in class each week.

 

In Maths, we are covering a wide range of areas such as place value, mental and written addition and subtraction, fractions and properties of shape. Please continue to practice times tables at home.

 

In Science, our first topic is electricity where we will be exploring all things electrical and taking part in experiments and investigations. 

We have added on some helpful websites where you can explore the different topic areas for this term. 

 

Miss Cohen, Miss Austin and Mrs Wakeling.

 

Useful websites for topic of Romans

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/education/topics/zwmpfg8

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/history/romans/10-facts-about-the-ancient-romans/

http://www.historyforkids.net/ancient-rome.html

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/romans/family_and_children/

 

Useful websites for science topic of electricity

http://www.explainthatstuff.com/electricity.html

http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/electricity.html

http://www.alliantenergykids.com/energybasics/allaboutelectricity/000418

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/science/physical_processes/electrical_circuits/read/1/

http://www.kids.esdb.bg/electricity.html

http://www.ducksters.com/science/electricity_101.php

To all parents, carers and children,

 

Thank you for all of the lovely cards and gifts, it was very generous and thoughtful of you.  We hope you all have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 

 

Best wishes,

 

Miss Cohen, Mrs Short, Mrs Owens and Mrs Young.

Year 3 & 4 carol concert pictures

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Welcome Back!

 

We hope that you all had a good half term break and we really enjoyed meeting your parents at the consultation evening. So far, our class have already had many successes this term with an excellent educational visit to a woodland habitat and a brilliant performance of a harvest poem during recent celebrations. We are already proud of how hard you are all working.

 

Well done to all children who have been awarded a Shining Star certificate!

 

In Literacy, our first writing focus will be poetry and we are looking forward to helping you to write and perform your poems.

 

Our spelling focuses are varied because we are continuing to practise words from the Year 3 and 4 list while also learning a variety of spelling rules and how words are made up.

 

Last half term we spent a few weeks revisiting homophones (same sound, different spelling and meaning) and now we are looking at prefixes.

 

Our first focus this half term has been using 'in', 'il', 'ir' and im' to make words have their opposite meaning.

As an example using the prefix 'im' to the root word 'possible' makes 'impossible' and so on. 

 

Our maths work this week will start with calculating using money and move on to weight and measure.

 

Please don't forget to keep practising your times tables, you will need to use these a lot this year so being fluent will really help you. Keep revisiting each one from time to time. Remember last year you should have been learning your 3 and 4 times tables and in this term you should be trying to use the 6 and 9s. If you are secure on these then why not make a good start on learning the rest.

For your Literacy homework this week, you need to research an animal of your choice so that you have facts for your non-chronological report writing next week.

 

Miss Cohen

Fingringhoe Wick 11.10.17

 

Just a few reminders for the school trip:

  • arrive at school promptly for 8.15am 
  • wear old clothes and trainers/wellies
  • please bring a raincoat
  • remember your lunch and water for the day (if possible, in a plastic bag so it can be disposed of)
  • gift bags are now £2.50 rather than the £5 stated on the letter.

 

Miss Cohen

Welcome To Year 4!

 

I hope that you all had a fantastic summer and that you are all refreshed from the long break and ready to engage in the exciting activities that we have planned for you!

 

During our first term, we will be focusing on Woodlands and will hopefully be going on a school trip to explore local habitats.

 

Our maths work this term will begin with number and place value, moving onto mental strategies of addition and subtraction, properties of shape, multiplication and division, fractions, position and direction and formal methods of addition and subtraction.

 

Science begins with characteristics of living things, classification, mini beasts and habitats.

 

Please remember to bring your full P.E. kit on the first day, as your first P.E. lesson will be on Tuesday. Please also remember a named water bottle and a snack for break time. You will also need a labelled, blue handwriting pen.

 

See you on Tuesday,

 

Miss Cohen

 

 

 


  

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