Class 4 2017 - 2018

Mrs Harrison

Welcome back Class 4 to our next term in school. 

We've made a great start back to our new term. Our new topic this term is Winter. 

We have got lots of hard work and fun activities to complete over this half term.

We will be finding out about Winter The children have already set some questions of their own that they would like to find out about. 

In Maths we will be working on number bonds to 10 and applying that knowledge to work out larger numbers.

We will be learning to tell the time on an analogue clock- half past and quarter past.

We will be working on capacity- litres and millilitres

In LLC we will learn how to write poems and stories. We will begin to develop our knowledge of nouns and adjectives. 

In Science we will be doing some investigations about ice. 

Year 2 is a time where we help you get ready to move to the Juniors. It is very important that you try to practise your reading at home at least 3 times a week. We will send home spellings in a book for you to learn and we will see how you are getting on. If you have learnt the spellings we will pop some more in your book. ( Spellings will be updated when Mrs Maguire returns to schjool). We will send homework home on Fridays, to be returned on Monday. This is usually a maths activity linked to work we have covered in class. 

P.E is on a Tuesday. Please can you bring in a pair of black shorts/ a white T.Shirt and a pair of pumps or trainers. 

(Just a reminder that all clothing needs to have your name on it so it's easy to return to you when it goes missing.)


Looking forward to a happy term.

Mrs Harrison and Mrs Maguire  smiley




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