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Class 6

Welcome to Class 6

 

We are a mixed year 3 and 4 class this year, taught by Mrs Wilson and supported by Mrs Wilkes, Mrs Owst and Miss Ferguson. 

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Summer 2017

 

This term we are learning about the Vikings.

 

We will find out about where they came from and why, about their lifestyles and will be visiting the Jorvik Viking Centre as part of the topic.

Spring Term 2017

 

Happy New Year!

Topic 

 

Welcome to the Jungle ! 

Or perhaps, more accurately the Rainforest.

This term we will be learning all about the rain forests, their location and climate, the plants and animals that live there and how they are adapted to their specific habitat.

 

We are looking forward to a visit from Sam's Safari's in February so that we can meet a selection of creatures who are right at home in the rainforest.

Class 6 having a great day celebrating world book day 2017!

Class 6 having a great day celebrating world book day 2017! 1

Class Information

 

Homework

It is suggested that you spend around 1 hour per week completing homework with your child.  If you find that you are unable to complete the homework within this time, please do not feel that you must exceed this time.

 

Spellings

Your child will be tested on their spellings every Friday.  New spellings will then be stuck into their homework book.  Once they have learnt their spellings your child can use the page in the book to practise using that spelling in a sentence, if you have time.

 

‘Monkey’ Mental Maths

Your child will be tested on their mental calculations every Wednesday.  There is a range of 16 differentiated sheets of varying amounts of questions for your child to complete in an allocated time.  This can also be sent home for you to practice with your child ready for their challenge in school. They are a mixture of multiplication and divisions questions.  By the end of this year, year 3 children need to be able to recall and use 3x 4x and 8x facts and their related division facts. Year 4 children need to be able to recall and use all multiplication and division facts up to 12 x 12.

 

Reading

Your child will be heard read at least once a week in school by an adult, either as part of group reading or individually.  Children are asked to read 4 x per week, as in the school policy. It is important for your child to read aloud to you, even if they are competent readers, so that you can question their understanding of what they have read. Your child should change their own book once they have read it, they have been shown how to do this. On completion of a book your child will be given a ‘ I have just read..’ sheet to complete, this will require them to summarise the story and characters, to check they have taken in  what they have read We will help them with this as required.

Please ensure your child’s book is available in school every day.

 

Other Homework

 

On Friday there will usually be a piece of either topic, science, literacy or maths based work for your child to complete or research relating to what has been learnt or will be learned in class. 

Please could this be returned by the following Thursday.

Children who do not return homework on a Thursday will be expected to catch up the work at homework catch up sessions on Thursday lunchtime.

 

P.E Kit

P.E will take place on Mondays and Thursdays.  Please ensure that your child has their kit in school on these days. It may be wise to have a pair of joggers too, as the weather gets colder, as we will usually have some of the sessions outside.

 

Please feel free to come and see me if you have any concerns or questions, I will be happy to help.

 

Thank you

 

J.Wilson


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