Dahl Class - Mrs Gresswell and Mrs White
Stevenson Class - Mrs Barnes
Swindells Class - Mrs Cobb
Assisting Adults: Mrs Benham, Mrs Brown, Mrs Real-Lage, Mrs Thomas, Mr Cook and Mr Hill
Year 3 Mathematics Teachers - Mrs Gresswell, Mrs White and Mrs Barnes
Year 4 Mathematics Teachers - Mrs Cobb, Mrs Bicker and Miss McCabe
PE - From January 2019:
All classes will have PE on Monday and Thursdays.
Please make sure kit comes in on a Monday and stays in school until Friday.
Homework - Homework will be handed out on a
Friday and is expected back in on the following Wednesday.
Year 3 Children will receive Maths and Literacy each week.
Year 4 Children will receive Maths and Literacy each week.
Spellings - Spellings will be handed out with homework on a Friday and
children will be tested on these the following Friday.
Things to remember:
- PE days are changing to Monday and Thursday.
You will have seen that all children now have A4 purple homework books. We have put the Year 3 and 4 spelling lists in them for your reference. We have reminded the children of our presentation expectations for their homework. Children should use writing pencil only unless they have been awarded their pen licence. Homework should also be handed in by Wednesday of the following week in order to receive a housepoint.
Homework is linked to the spelling list sent home today. Please do complete both the sentence work and the challenge work.
Mathletics homework has been set again this week. It is important that the children keep on top of the homework set.
Handwriting - To practice handwriting neatly by writing
Please remember -
Homework is set on a Friday
and due in on the next Wednesday
Our weekly update from Friday:
What have we been up to?
Well done to our LKS2 Athletics team on a fabulous performance at today's Berkshire Games. We are all very proud of you. Well done also to our Hi-5 Netball teams for yesterday's competition. What a sporty phase we are! All classes have begun learning their songs for our Easter Service at the end of term and are working hard to learn their words. In science, we carried out an experiment to see whether custard is a solid or a liquid and learnt about the scientific term colloid! In RE we have been looking at ways that Easter is celebrated in different parts of the world.
This week we have been thinking about how to further improve our descriptions by describing a day in the life of Wilbur. We have also been learning how to identify and use the perfect present tense.
Next week we will continue to work our way through Charlotte's Web, this time focusing on explanation texts. We will also develop our use of the perfect present tense!
Year 3 have completed their work on measures by looking at perimeter. Next week they will move onto fractions, thinking about what a fraction is and finding simple fractions.
Year 4 have been finding fractions of qualities and amounts. Next week we will finish off our work on fractions by finding the links between decimals and fractions.
Remember to continue your reading at home, and keep practising those times tables for our weekly 99 club sessions! If you read 5 times a week (and have your record signed by an adult) you will earn a sticker. The more stickers you have, the more housepoints you can earn!
For extra maths questions
The LKS2 team will continue to fill this page with exciting class news, pictures of things we've done and more as the term continues.
The children have been practising their
handwriting in this way, starting as large
as possible to clearly practice the appropriate
joins between letters.
In the example 'dog' here, you can see that
We hope you have found the overview sheet useful. New spelling lists have been sent home for this week.
Times Table Support
Want help learning your times tables? Then this is the game for you!
A card game for 2 or more players
The aim of the game is to get rid of all your cards by practising multiplication.
You will need:
A pack of cards
How to play:
1. Deal all the cards between the players. The cards are kept in piles face down. Kings and Queens = 12, Jacks = 11 and aces = 1.
2. Player 1 turns over their top card and places it in the middle of the table. Player 2 turns over their top card and has to multiply the numbers on the 2 cards. If the correct answer is given then the next player turns over their top card and multiplies cards 2 and 3. Play continues around the circle with players taking turns to multiply the last 2 cards played.
3. If a wrong answer is given the group shout "All yours!" and the player has to pick up all the cards in the centre pile.
4.The winner is the first person to get rid of all their cards.