Recycle your christmas jumper stall

This year at the Christmas fayre we will be holding a recycle your Christmas jumper stall. If you have any unwanted or outgrown Christmas jumpers to donate to our stall please bring them to Ladybird class or to the main office anytime before Friday. They will be on sale at the fayre for £2 each.

Please note: Christmas jumpers must be in good, clean condition.

Thank you in advance

Mrs Owen

Spooky Disco Arrangements

The ‘Spooky’ discos are on Thursday this week.

Nursery, Reception and KS1 children will be taken into the disco at 1.45pm, if they have a ticket.  All other children will remain in class. Children will then go back to class at 2.45pm and be collected from the classroom as normal at the end of the day.

KS2 children will go into the disco at 3pm, if they have a ticket. All other children will remain in class and will then be taken onto the playground at hometime as usual. At the end of the disco (4pm) the main door in reception will be opened and you can collect your child from the school hall.  Please enter the hall through the door opposite the nursery and leave the hall through the door opposite the Stars room.

Thank you for your co-operation.

Homework

Hi all,

This weeks homework includes 6 maths activities on Education City. Also, a reading comprehension sheet.

Along side these activities is the weekly arithmetic test. I’ve been really please with some of the progress children are making. Please keep up the hard work and continue to focus on the areas in which your child has found tricky.

Have a lovely weekend!

Mr Weaver

Education City

Hi all

Today all children received their login information for Education City.

Children will now have access to ten different times table activities for the rest of the school year. Class 4 are expected to practise these as often as possible to help them to become fluent across all of their times tables.

If anyone has any difficulty attempting to log on to Education City then please do speak to myself or Mrs Neesham.

Thank you

Mr Weaver

 

Homework throughout the year

Hi all,

I’m just posting to make you all aware of the expectations of homework throughout the year in Class 4 🙂

In Class 4 we encourage children to read a minimum of three times a week.To motivate the children to read we have a raffle prize. A child will receive a raffle ticket once they have reached the minimum expectation of reading three times in one week. After that, children will then receive a raffle ticket for each time they read.

Every Friday homework will be sent home and should be returned the following Tuesday unless stated otherwise.

Each week your child will bring home their marked arithmetic assessment. Class 4 children are aware that they need to focus and practise the incorrect questions. Also, every two weeks a reading comprehension will be sent home.

Year 4 children are expected to be fluent in ALL of their times table from 1 to 12 so please, please, please practise them as often as possible!

If anyone has any queries then please ask me at parent evening. I look forward to meeting lots of you for the first time.

Many thanks

Mr Weaver