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Miss Clarke @MissClarke11
09:58 Look out for an invitation coming home from Year 3 for our spelling and reading workshops next week #parenthub https://t.co/jKdAaaR5Et
06:49 There is still time to get your spelling/reading workshop reply slips in. Please hand them to your child's class te… https://t.co/N4zV6FY1fg
20 Nov Amazing acting in our role-play today. We were cavemen and cavewomen fishing and then on a hunt #stoneageboy… https://t.co/FfUtBRxx4Y
20 Nov Great estimating and measuring with rulers in cm and mm today in maths #measuring #rulers #estimating https://t.co/W81jU4ODyN
17 Nov RT @_MrsBG: @MrWestermark class @YBB_Yr5 had a guess over Skype at our spotty challenge set by our parliament committee for @ChiIdreninNeed…
Welcome to our class blog
Wednesday 1st November 2017 Another busy busy day! A Key Stage carousel of activities across the sch…
Tuesday 31st October 2017 Wow! What a busy day being engineers! First thing this morning Year 2 and…
- Start of STEM week
Monday 30th October 2017 Today was the start of our STEM week. STEM stands for Science, Technology,…
Star of the Week
Mathematician of the week
Reader of the week
Writer of the week
Our P.E. days in Year 3/4 are Mondays and Fridays. Please ensure that your child(ren) has the correct P.E kit on these days to enable them to join in with these sessions.
Reading book and reading records:
These will be checked daily. Please try to hear your child(ren) read in the evening and complete the record. There is a great section at the back of the planner which gives you ideas of comprehension questions you can ask your child(ren) based on their book band which will relly help them excel in their reading. Please ensure that you or your child(ren) have written in their planner to say that they have read.
Homework will be handed out on a Friday and needs to be handed in on a Wednesday.
Homework is a challenge we set to develop your child's independence in applying key English and Maths skills. Homework is their own responsibility and although we are happy for you to assist them where help is needed, please ensure that they have the resilience to give it a go first independently. If you feel that your child is struggling at any time with their homework then please do not hesitate to contact me in school or via their planner.
At the end of each half term there will be a homework reward session for the children in which they will be able to choose a variety of activities to participate in as a reward for all their hard work completing their homework. Any children who haven't completed their homework for the term will be given opportunity during this session to complete it.