Happy New Year to you all! We hope you have had a great break and we look forward to seeing the children tomorrow.
In preparation for this please click on the links below for some important information:-
The Daily Mile
Reading Guide for parents
Please click on the link for information about the Christmas party to be held Friday 15th December
Lower Junior Christmas Party
Click on the link to see the challnege that Lord Sugar has set you!
Alan Sugar DT project-23xtwes
Year 4 Weekly Update for week beginning 20.11.17
Wow! What a week! We were extremely lucky to have an art expert who came to show us a Tudor portrait today.
We all learnt a lot about the painting and are hoping to put this knowledge into our own Tudor portraits next week.
We also started to look at a very famous Tudor portrait of Elizabeth I called the Armada Portrait.
If you would like to read more use the following link:-
Royal Museums Greenwich
Well done to Miss Green’s class who performed their class assembly on anti-bullying on Monday, they were fab! https://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/anti-bullying-week/anti-bullying-weeks-gone/anti-bullying-week-2017
We had a spotacular day today for Children In Need, thank you for all your donations, the children looked great if a little spotty!
Here’s what’s happening next week:-
Numeracy: we will be learning about fractions.
Literacy: the children will be writing up their own inventions for Tudor crime and punishment-some are quite gruesome!
PE: Please could children bring in OUTDOOR PE KIT on any PE day as the hall is now out of use for Nativity rehearsals.
Art: Having been inspired by our real live work of art and we will be making our own Tudor portraits, again if anyone is able to come in and help for these, please let us know.
Tudor day: We are looking forward to seeing you all on Tudor Day on Monday 27th November. We can’t wait to see the children in their Tudor costumes. Please let us know if you are unable to get hold of one.
Have a good weekend and thank you for you continued support.
Year 4 team
Year 4 Weekly Update for week beginning 9.10.17
A fantastic week with a very informative assembly about recycling on Monday-well done for those who bought their tins in! We are really pleased with the hard work and creative ideas that has gone into the Tudor Monarch posters at school-amazing! Here’s what’s happening in the coming week:-
History: Our trip to Castle Cornet is on Monday 9th of October. Buses will leave school at 9:15 and return for lunch. School uniform can be worn but please remember a warm waterproof coat. Click on the link for more details.
Numeracy: We will be continuing with our written method of subtraction and then solving 1 and 2 step word problems.
Literacy: We will be beginning our unit on poetry. Bring in any poetry books you have at home to share with us if you want!
Homework project: a reminder that you are invited to add to your team’s posters on the monarchs. The more creative the better!
Harvest Festival: We will be watching the Year 3 Harvest Festival Performance on Tuesday at school. Children can bring in a Harvest box filled with non-perishable items that will then be distributed by the GVS to the elderly in our community. Click on the link to see more.
They may also wish to write a letter to the recipient of their box using the school address as they may then get a reply.
Halloween Disco: The PTA work really hard throughout the year to put on events for the children to enjoy however these can only go ahead with the support of parents to help. The Halloween disco is coming up soon (for details please see the poster below) and the PTA need some more parents to volunteer to help for the hour while their children are at the disco. Help is needed to man the glow products stall and the snack stall as well as general crowd control. No experience is necessary! If you don’t have the time to join the PTA, please consider helping out for an hour at one of their events. If you are able to help with the Year 3 and 4 disco, please could you either contact the PTA directly at StMartinsPTA.email@example.com or let your child’s class teacher know.
Halloween Party Poster
Miss Green’s Class will be sailing on Friday 13th and 20th of October Could you please make sure children are dressed with warm clothes as it’s getting colder.
We are also looking forward to the Rhubarb Theatre group performing for us on Thursday afternoon.
School council candidate presentations will take place this week (they should be no more than 2 minutes long) and then elections are on Friday. Good luck everyone!
The children will be saying their team goodbyes this week.
Phew! What a busy week!
Have a good weekend!
Year 4 team
The children looked bright and cheerful today-thanks for the efforts!
Click on the link to see what they got up to.
Y4 Rainbow Maths Day
Scroll down on this blog page to find ideas for games and activities to help the children with their targets.
What a wonderful day and way to celebrate a fantastic Year 4.
Have a lovely summer everyone. Enjoy the film! Click on the link.
Year 4 at Moulin Huet
Mrs Karia’s class have made it to Lihou and are having a wonderful time enjoying the sun!
Let’s hope they have an early night ready for a busy day tomorrow.