Information and Reminders
- Thank you for all of your support with our ‘Porridge’ production. We hope you enjoyed the show as much as we did!
- As this is our last Week Ahead, we would like to take the chance to thank you all for the continued support you have given to the Year 4 team. We hope that you have a lovely holiday. Good luck to our families that are starting a new chapter in countries across the world.
- Please make sure your child brings a water bottle to school.
- There will be information provided next week about optional homework for the summer holidays, please check Class Dojo for more information.
Monday 19th June – KS2 Sports Day; 10.45am to end of day
Thursday 22nd June – Primary Year in Review Assembly; Sports Hall B; 9.00am and End of Year Class Parties
Friday 23rd June – Last day of School Year; students finish at 12pm
Star Of The Week
4A Madison Zhou for her fantastic efforts in designing her Shabti in Art this week
4B Maggie Liu for her amazing resilience and determination to get her dancing steps correct for the Porridge performance.
4C Emma Arena for becoming a confident and active member of the class.
During our English lessons next week we will become auto biographers. We will explore the idea of writing a fact file all about ourselves. We will begin the week by experimenting with our sentence types and how this has an impact on our reader. Throughout the week we will look at how we can edit our writing to ensure that there are no spelling or grammar mistakes. At the end of the week we will publish our letters to give to our teachers next academic year.
Next week during our maths lessons we will take all of our learning that we have done this year and apply it to a range of problem solving activities. We will use our knowledge and skills to try and think logically and process different information to approach a range of differing puzzles.
Next week will be the last week on our topic “Temples, Tombs and Treasures”. We will continue to create and complete our shabtis and look at the items that were found in King Tuts tomb. We will become historians and solve clues using secondary sources.