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Holy Trinity and St John's Church of England Primary School

Hope | Believe | Achieve

Kingfisher

Welcome to Kingfisher Class

Class Teacher: Miss Willis 

Class Teaching Assistant: Mrs Robotham

Supporting Adults: Miss Dingley

Additional Adults - Mrs Wilmot & Mrs Wiltshire

Meet the Teacher Presentation

Important Reminders

 

P.E for Year 4 is on a Thursday. Please send your child into school in their P.E kit on this day. 

 

Children should bring a named water bottle into school everyday. These will be refilled when necessary during the day.

 

Homework - Timetables are sent home on a Friday, to be returned by Wednesday. Spellings are also sent home on Friday and will be tested on Wednesday. Please help your child practise these at home. Children will be awarded house points for these. 

 

Please read with your child at least 3 times per week. Reading with your child also provides an ideal opportunity to talk to about what they are reading and to extend their vocabulary by discussing the new words they have encountered. 

Projects this year

 

  • Traders and Raiders (Saxons and Vikings)
  • Burps, Bottoms and Bile (The digestive system)
  • Misty Mountain, Winding River
  • Road Trips USA
  • Blue Abyss

Maths Overview

Year 3/4 Spellings

Term One

We have completed lots of amazing learning this term. After getting to know our new classes and teaching staff, we started our first project of the year Traders and Raiders. This project is all about Anglo-Saxon and Viking Britain. We started our learning with the Anglo-Saxons, learning about how they travelled to Britain, creating a model ship and working with Nightingale class to create a ship outside. As well as this, we learnt about the reasons why the Anglo-Saxons invade Britain. We completed research in groups to find out about Anglo-Saxon life and presented our findings. In addition to this, we learnt about Anglo-Saxon Villages and created model Anglo-Saxon houses. Later in the terms we used clay to design and make our own Anglo-Saxon styled jewellery. 

 

In our Power of Reading lessons, we learnt about two different books. Our first book was called 'A Mouse Called Julian'. We learnt about the importance of helping others and that sometimes unexpected people can make good friends. We then read the book 'Gorilla' and read about the adventure of a little girl and her Gorilla toy, that came alive on the night of her birthday. 

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