18 September 2020

Another fine week!

We are motoring through our learning in year 4. This week, we learned all about the Ancient Egyptian Gods and all the beliefs that the Ancient Egyptians had. We found out that they believed in the afterlife and that is why Pharaohs were buried with their riches. Next week we will be writing a…

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9 September 2020

Welcome Back 4B

A brilliant start to our new academic year! 

 

Well done everyone for settling into our new routines. We have been busy learning about:

Maths – Place Value

English – Focusing on our Text ‘The Egyptian Cinderella’

Science – Electricity

Topic – Ancient Egypt

PHSE – Being me in…

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9 September 2020

Welcome back

It has been lovely to see all the children back in school. You can't believe how much I missed them! We have hit the ground running and the children have done us proud. Their conduct is amazing around school and they are working so hard.

Thank you again to all the parents who ensured their…

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12 May 2020

Home learning continues

Well another week of lockdown learning has passed and it looks as though we will be doing this for at least the next four weeks or so, except for those children who are allowed back into school.

A number of you have been accessing the learning on the teams page and this has been pleasing to…

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1 May 2020

Lockdown continues

As the lockdown continues, I have to say how proud I am of all of you. The resilience and resourcefulness you have demonstrated has been fantastic. Lots of children have been accessing teams but it would be great to see more of you on there where you can check in with your friends and post…

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4 April 2020

Lockdown Learning

Well, we've had a strange experience over the past two weeks with our home learning packs being completed at home and a few children of key workers in school. I've manged to speak to the majority of you and have missed ALL of you very much. I hope you have been well and keeping as occupied as…

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2 April 2020

3SS -Online Learning - Week 2

We've made it through the first 2 weeks of online learning. This will now stop for 2 weeks as we enjoy what would be the Easter Holidays. I have created a checklist of activities you can complete with your family and it would be great to see you doing these. Our Team room will still be open for…

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27 March 2020

3SS - Online Learning - Week 1

We made it! We have now completed our first week of online learning. It has been lovely to hear from so many of the children in the Microsoft Team Rooms however we are yet to see everyone accessing this. 

It is very important that you keep up to date with the learning for that day so please…

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19 March 2020

3SS - Friday 20th March 2020

What a strange week it has been. We are now closed until further notice but please ensure that children access the online portal to continue their learning throughout this period of time. Throughout the time off I will be online twice each day to discuss with the children their learning, tasks and…

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12 March 2020

3SS - Friday 13th March

Our attendance for last week was 99%. Well done!  We had 2 late marks. 

In English we have now read our text, Oliver Twist. We have written a setting description to describe the outside and inside of Fagin's Den. We also completed a WANTED Poster to raise awareness about the evil villain…

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5 March 2020

3SS - Friday 06th March

Our attendance for last week was 95%. Well done!  We had 3 late marks. 

 

In English we started ou

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r new text Oliver Twist. We have learnt that he is an orphan who has no mother or father and that he lives in an orphanage where the children are treated terribly. We…

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27 February 2020

3SS - Welcome Back

Our attendance for last week was 99%. Well done!  We had 4 late marks. 

In English we started our new text Oliver Twist. We have learnt that he is an orphan who has no mother or father and that he lives in an orphanage where the children are treated terribly. 

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