Information and Reminders
Please remember to book an appointment for your child’s Academic Review Evening on either Monday 17th October or Wednesday 19th October. You will be able to book an appointment until 10am on Monday 17th October.
Children are now able to wear their winter uniform as the weather has become colder. We would like all students to be in their winter uniforms by Monday 7th November. If you need any additional uniform items, they are available now in our uniform shop.
On P.E. days your child should arrive at school wearing their school uniform, then change into P.E. clothes, then change back into school uniform.
Reading books will be changed on a Monday and a Thursday. We have sent activities home with the children for you to try with them and their reading books.
Homework is set on a Wednesday and is due back the following Monday. Please ensure that all homework books are returned to school on a Monday.
Primary Academic Review – Monday 17th October and Wednesday 19th October
No CCAs - Monday 31st October – Friday 4th November
Primary Workshop and Coffee Morning - Wednesday 2nd November
School Closed- Friday 11th November – Monday 14th November inclusive
Stars of the Week
4A – Benjamin Haynes
4B – Elias Hemmerle
4C – Emma Arena
In English next week we are going to continue using our text “Grandpa’s Teeth” and will become reporters for the week. We will be looking at the difference between direct and reported speech and how this looks different in the written form. We will be exploring the uses of verbs in speech and how this can have an impact on the reader. During our Guided Reading sessions we will be focusing on when we see speech in a text and how we need to change our tone and intonation as a result of this. We will also be recapping our skills of using embedded clauses, fronted adverbials and conjunctions to add descriptive detail to our newspaper reports.
During our Maths lessons we will begin the week by recapping our knowledge of ordering and comparing numbers up to 10,000. From here we will spend the week looking at the multiples of 6,7,9,25 and 1000. We will practice being able to automatically recall these multiples. From this we will then look at being able to apply this knowledge to problem solving activities. These will be both practical and word problem based.
Next week will be our final week looking at our topic “How Humans Work”. We will begin the week by looking at pulse rates. We will undertake some fitness tests and measure our pulse rates. Throughout the pulse rates experiment we will be conducting a scientific report. We will write a hypothesis, method, record our results in graphs and finish by writing a conclusion. From here we will move onto healthy eating. We will explore what a balanced diet is and how eating the right things can have a positive impact on our health while eating the wrong things can have a negative impact.