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Welcome to Year 4!

 

What a great start from all of ‘Team 4’. Miss Smith and Mr Mac have been really delighted to see such enthusiastic, smart and happy children coming in to school every morning. Lots of you have settled into school and are already earning lots of Merits and house points.

 

We will be updating our Class Page with regular updates for you all. Here are a few details we need to let you know.

 

PE Days

 

This year, for 4S, your PE days will be Wednesday and ThursdayFor 4M, Wednesday will be Forest School day with PE on a Thursday.

 

Children should come to school dressed in their Forest School clothes or PE kits on the appropriate days. Children will remain in this kit all day so it will need to be warm and comfortable. We also ask that, wherever possible, children's PE clothing consists of a white t-shirt and black/blue shorts. In colder months, the children are allowed to wear a tracksuit, joggers or leggings to keep them warm. They do not need to bring their school uniform to school on these days, but they should bring another pair of shoes to change into if their trainers/pumps get wet or dirty.

 

Reading Scheme

 

Children will no longer be given comprehensions to complete after reading their book.  All children have been given a reading record that should be signed and dated by an adult at home with a brief comment about how the children have enjoyed the book.

 

If you have any questions, please send in a message and we will try to respond as quickly as possible.

 

Many thanks

 

Miss Smith and Mr Mac

Exploring the Oceans

As you may be able to see from the pictures above, we have been exploring the oceans. From the beautiful Sunlight Zone, to the deepest depths of the Abyss, and even in to the deepest reaches of the ocean's trenches. Ask your children what they have learnt so far about the oceans and which layer is their favourite and why.

 

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