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Class 4

Friday 18th December 2020

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Merry Christmas

We made it!  What an amazing team we have in Year 4, both children and adults!  We have had a strange but amazing term, full of fun and adventures!  Well done with everything that we have thrown your way!

You have challenged yourselves in so many ways and made us smile everyday.  We hope that you all have an amazing holiday and wonderful Christmas.  

Here is a link for the wonderful Elf video.  


And here is Mr Curly Wurly all dressed up and ready for Santa to visit.  He is very keen to get back into school to visit us all and let us have a tickle again as soon as it is safe to do so.

Have the most wonderful break, rest up and we will see you all in 2020!

Love Miss Watkins, Mrs Kendal, Mrs Cooper and Miss Hewitt


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Friday 11th December 2020

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He's behind you!  Oh no he isn't!

Could you hear the shouts this morning?  What a way to end the week, with a Panto.  All of the children enjoyed our virtual panto this year.  The Scarecrow got his brain, the Tin Man got his heart and the Lion got his courage.  Not to mention Dorothy and Toto managing to get back to Kansas!  A massive thank you to FONs for organising this again this year.  It has made us all feel a little bit festive.  

On top of the Panto, we have been creating our own noises.  In a science/music lesson we had lots of instruments out and created a Year 4 Orchestra.  We had so much fun and made so much noise!

You also made your own instruments in Bush craft on Monday and I think you might get to finish them off next week.  They will look amazing.

Next week we will be stepping into Christmas.  We have our Christmas dinners on Wednesday and will be having a Christmas video at some point too.  Wednesday will be so much fun with the Christmas party.  Mrs Kendal, Miss Watkins, Mrs Cooper and Miss Hewitt can't wait!

As for homework this week I have just one job for you. I will set it on Teams.  Thank so so much to all of those children that completed a presentation.  We were really impressed.  There are some amazing people out there.

Have a super weekend.  Keep safe and we shall see you all next week.

Love Miss W, Mrs K and the rest of the Year 4 Team


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Friday 4th December 2020

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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

Please take a look at the wonderful Christmas tree displays in the hall.  Every class has done such a lovely job.  Well done.

We have also got our classroom tree up and it is looking amazing.  Just a little bit of sparkle in the corner of the room.

Well, another week is over and you have been amazing.  We have been really pleased with how you are maturing and continuing to learn and develop in class.  We had fun today catching snowflakes on our tongues and dodging the flakes.  Our extremities were feeling very chilly by the time we came in.  I hope there is a little more snow to come this winter, as long as we all keep safe and warm, we can get snowmen and igloos built!

Your homework for this week is as usual - Mathletics, Spelling shed and spellings, timetables and reading.  Please don't forget your Teams project.  I have heard talk about Steve Irwin and others, so we can't wait to read them. 

On Tuesday there will be an extra PE coach in, so please come in your kits ready for an outside session.  You must have clothing that you can be wrapped up warm in.  Remember we have spoken about layers of clothing helping if you were in the Arctic!  

Well, enjoy your weekend and keep safe.

Love the Year 4 Team

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Friday 27th November 2020

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Happy Friday everyone.  The nights are drawing in and it is nearly dark as I type this. 

Well done to everyone this week.  All of the staff are really impressed with your hard work in all your subjects this week.  You have been learning about longitude and latitude, we have talked about resilience and perseverance, we have heard the amazing story or Juliane Koepcke and worked on our Dig and Set in Volleyball.  What a busy time!

You were all very impressive with your speed tables this week and we can see are huge difference in your results, so keep going.  

Here are a few homework activities to work on over the weekend and into next week:

  Mathletics, well done to Year 3 this week, and well done to us in Year 4 for coming second.  Let's see if we can get the trophy back for our windowsill next week.  We did have loads of Bronze and silvers and even a couple of Golds!

  Spelling shed and your spellings please.  Again your scores today were really impressive! 

         Here is a reminder of your spellings:  boat   float   croak   throat   torn   thorn   park   surf   charm   sharp

   Keep reading and don't forget to get your book signed, so you can get a stamp on our chart.

and finally

   Teams -  There will be an activity set for you on Teams.  Please log on and have a go at it.

Here is a photo of our lovely display in the classroom.  You all worked really hard on your adventures last week and we thought that they deserved a mention.  We had some wonderful phrases and words used and you all have such amazing imaginations.  Keep it up!

Have a lovely weekend, keep safe and we shall see you all next week.

Love the Year 4 Team


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Thursday 26th November

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Good morning everyone! 

This week, our Adventure topic has led us to a lady called Juliane Koepcke. We have been finding out about her amazing survival story and have created some super biographies based on her life. If you haven't yet shared her story with people at home, please do! 

The Bushcraft group took to the great outdoors to learn how to create fire pits and tripods; apart from a quick demonstration, no actual fire was involved (I'm not quite ready to write that risk assessment!). It was great fun and all of the children loved learning how to survive in the wild. 



Well done everyone! 

We will no longer be using the blog to communicate home-work. Home-work will now be set through Microsoft Teams  We will inform the children in school of their homework tasks and encourage them to write in their planners. Please could we ask that planners are brought into school every day and that any reading at home is recorded in the reading section. Thank you. 

I hope you all enjoy the rest of your week and I will see you on Monday. 

Mrs Kendal xx

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