Weekly note 12.02.18

 

Year 4 Weekly Update for week beginning 12.02.18

The children looked great in their costumes for Book Week today!  We’ve had another busy week and the children have made some super ‘Feel the Force Day’ movies.  We all enjoyed our special assembly with A F Harrold on Thursday too.

Here’s what’s coming next week:-

Numeracy: We’ll be revisiting written methods for the four operations. Please, please could the children keep learning their times tables at home.

see the blog for links and games.

Literacy: The children will be writing their own explanation text using their invention design from last week.

Tag Rugby session:  All of the year 4 classes will be taking part in a tag rugby session on TUESDAY.  Please ensure children bring their full outdoor PE kit (that can get muddy) and a plastic bag for muddy belongings!

Music:  We have been asked by the School’s Music Service to remind parents that applications to take up an instrument next year should be in as soon as possible.  They will accept applications until Friday 16th February.  Please contact the School’s Music Service for further information.

Ladies College visit: Next Wednesday 14th February Year 9 pupils from Ladies College will be visiting year 4 with history games as  part of their school projects. It is a great opportunity for the children to meet secondary children and find out the learning that they do. They’ll spend about 45 mins with us and we look forward to welcoming them.

Special Golden time:  On Friday we will be having a special golden time where the children will be watching Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (the older version).  Children are welcome to bring onesies and blankets to make themselves more comfortable.  We will provide the popcorn!

Easter Service:  Children have been invited to sign up for auditions on Monday for our Easter Service.  The children have started learning some of the songs in their music lessons and should have brought home the song word booklet today.  If they have signed up for a singing part (group or individual) they should be prepared to sing some of the first song in an informal audition.  If they have signed up for an acting role, they should prepare to act part of the script that they have brought home.  If they haven’t signed up for anything but would like to be considered, they can opt in on Monday.  The more, the merrier!

song music

Song words

Audition script

Have a lovely weekend and thank you for your continued support.

Year 4 team

 

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