Hello and Welcome to Class 6!
Welcome to Class 6
During my first term as their class teacher, I've thoroughly enjoyed getting to know the wonderful group of students that is class 6.
Last term was busy; amongst other things, we studied measures in maths, finished the Iron Man in literacy, made pop-up books in DT, investigated popcorn, classification keys and jelly babies in Science, swam regularly on a Tuesday and on top of all that practised and performed in the Showcase.
So far this term, we've been studying perimeter and area and started reading Kensuke's Kingdom. Our science topic is sound which has included making string telephones and rubber band guitars. On Mondays, we have an Inspire coach working on our athletics skills. The theme for this term is River Deep, Mountain High and we've already looked at the Himalayas and Mount Everest. I am always delighted by how much information and knowledge the children bring to lessons.
See below for an overview of the term's work and a detailed timetable.
10/7/17 spellings for homework
These are the new curriculum spellings for y4 and are assessed in a dictation.
Mr Haigh here.
I am being very rude, invading your class page like some uncontrollable Rotten Roman but I need to tell all of my superb Y4 rugby stars how proud I am of you. You were incredible at the Mini-Fest on Thursday, representing school so well and hopefully having a good time yourselves.
We could not have taken part in this event had it not been for the help and support of your parents, particularly those who taxied you to Woodnook. Please tell them how grateful I am for their assistance.
To those children who did not make the team this time, don't lose heart. There will always be chances at our school for determined, children who give their best.