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Miss Urquhart -

Teacher​

Mrs Rollason -

Teaching Assistant​


*** Please send your child into school with a water bottle every day. ***

Welcome to 4U's class page!

Please click below to view our class curriculum overview for this term:

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Topic

 Come with us this term on a journey through our world!

In this terms unit, Misty Mountains, we will be exploring physical and human features of our world. We will be learning how to use and create maps, as well as how to identif physical and human features. 


PE

Please remember to have a PE kit in school:

Indoor kit: pumps, white t-shirt and black shorts

Outdoor kt: trainers,  t-shirt, joggers and sweatshirt

PE days: Monday and Wednesday 

If your child has been selected for swimming this term, there swimmng day will be Monday.

Homework
Reading - Children are expected to read daily and to record this in their Reading Diaries - the adults who have heard them read are encouraged to record a comment or observation in this diary too.
 Maths - Mathletics set every Friday, children to complete weekly.
Spelling rules for the week can be found at the back of the children's reading diaries. 

Learning Logs -Learning Log tasks are set every three weeks. Your child will have two weeks to complete the task before they hand it in. Dates of when the task is set and due in are printed on the task sheet.

Learning logs are a great way for children to consolidate and extend their learning. It is a time for children to 'show off' what they know or can find out and get a little creative! We encourage children to present their work in different ways; through writing, pictures, art, models and ICT!

We expect the standard homework to be just as good as the work they complete in class.