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“...encouraging, comforting and urging you to live lives worthy of God.” (1 Thessalonians 2:11-12)

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Welcome to 4HT Class

 

 

St Matthews C of E Primary School

Half-termly Class Newsletter

 

Class: 4HT & 4HW

Date: April 2019

 

General Information / Upcoming Events

8th May – Class photographs

17th May – Coffee morning

Below is a brief overview of the curriculum for this half term.  For more information, please visit the school website where there is more detailed information about what your children will be learning over the course of the year.

 

PE

 P.E – Monday afternoons.

We advise that children bring tracksuit bottoms and a sweatshirt whilst the weather is still unpredictable.

 

 

Reading Books

School reading books need to be in school each day and are taken home each day.

There will be no set day for changing reading books.  They will be changed as soon as a book is completed.  Please sign your child’s reading record book to show when they have read and when a book is completed.

 

Curriculum – What will children be learning this half term?

English

 The Spiderwick Chronicles – Fantasy fiction.  Poetry.

 

Maths

Comparing decimals, time and data handling

Science

Sound / Grouping living things

RE / PSHCE

Are all Churches the same?

Computing

Animations

Effective searching

History / Geography

What was it like to be Mayan?

Art / Design

Painting

PE

Cricket

Music

Wider Opportunities music tuition (4HT flute, 4HW clarinet)

 

Homework

What will be given?

When will it be sent home?

When does it need to be returned to school?

10 spellings to learn for test the following week.

Maths task on a sheet.


English task to be completed in homework book.

Monday

 

 

Friday

 

Friday

Look, cover, write, check sheets to be kept at home.

 

Wednesday

 

Wednesday

         

 

How can parents help?

By getting children involved in reading and telling the time.  Working out time intervals, using time tables and converting between digital 12 and 24 hour times and analogue.

 

By the end of year 4, the objective is for all children to know their times tables  up to 12x12 so any support you can provide with recalling times tables would be appreciated.

 

Encourage your child to take as much pride in their homework presentation as their presentation in school books.

 

Useful links to support learning

mymaths.co.uk

primarygames.co.uk

topmarks (Hit the button)

 

Thank you for your continued support.

Mrs Thornton and Mr Hanley-Wood

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