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Class 4

Introduction

 

In Class 4 we enjoy our learning. We grow in independence, take responsibility for our learning and take pride in the work we produce.

 

We aim to develop curiosity, ask lots of questions and take an interest in the world around us. We follow our school values: Courage, Thoughtfulness, Thankfulness, Truthfulness, Humility and Friendship in order to become well-rounded individuals that care for each other and treat people with respect.

 

Everyone is valued and encouraged to be the best we can be.

 

Here are some things our children say about our class:

 

“It makes me feel really welcome every time I walk in because everyone is smiling” Charlie (Y6)

 

“I like it because there is always a good atmosphere when we are learning and no-one is ever unhappy” Sam (Y6)

 

“I enjoy class because it is very creative” Myia (Y6)

Year 6 Residential to Rockley Park, Poole and Year 5 Activity Days – 21 – 23 May 2019

 

The highlight for this week has been the Year 6 residential and Year 5 activity days.  The Year 6 children have experienced a variety of water based activities including stand up paddleboarding, kayaking and wayfarer sailing.  The evenings have been spent doing games on the beach, quizzes, sand castle competitions and a crabbing contest.  We have also been well looked after at meal times.  The sun shone throughout the stay and the smiles on the children’s faces were priceless.

 

Year 5 also had a great day tackling the junior Go-Ape course at Haldon forest.  There was a real sense of community with children working well with each other and with children from the Federation and they all offered support and encouragement to those that needed it to ensure everyone was able to overcome any anxieties and enjoy the experience.  Once they had conquered one tricky element, there was no hesitation in completing the course which was great to see

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Well done to all!

Class 4’s Visit to Escot’s Saxon Village – 22.1.19

 

On Tuesday, class 4 visited Escot’s Saxon Village.  Everyone enjoyed dressing up as Anglo-Saxons and learning all about their lifestyle.  This included woodwork, bread making and jewellery.  We even got to bring back our very own Saxon broach that we made ourselves at the forge.  There was also lots of animals that we got to see on our way round, such as wolves, lynxes and owls.  Even though it was very cold, everyone enjoyed the experience and would love to go again.  By Anna – year 6.

Our Topics

 

  Autumn Spring Summer
Cycle A Incredible Journeys

 

 

Link to Curriculum Map

Stones and bones

 

 

Link to Curriculum Map

Gods and Mortals

 

 

Link to Curriculum Map

Cycle B Awesome ancestors: Local Study

 

 

Link to Curriculum Map is

at the bottom of this page.

 

 

Awesome ancestors: Anglo-Saxon Life

 

Link to Curriculum Map is

at the bottom of this page.

 

Discovering the Americas

 

 

 

Key information

 

Day Key Activities Who is in class? Home Learning
Monday Maths

English

Science

Collective worship

Mr Davies

 

Mrs Teasdale

 
Tuesday Maths

English

Topic

Class collective worship

Mr Davies

 

Mrs Teasdale

Homework club

 

(3:30pm - 4:30pm)

Wednesday Collective worship

 

Maths

English

PSHE

French

Drama

 

Mr Davies

 

Mrs Teasdale

 

Thursday Collective worship

 

Maths

English

PE

RE

Mr Davies (am)

 

Mrs Teasdale (am)

 

Mr Bailey (pm)

Mrs Hawtin (pm)

Homework due in.
Friday Spelling/table test

 

Maths

English

Topic

 

CW - ‘Thank You’ certificates

Mr Davies

 

Mrs Teasdale

Homework given out.
Topic includes: History, Geography, Science, Art, Music, DT

School Motto

“Growing Stronger Together”.

Values

Courage, Truthfulness, Trust, Friendship, Thankfulness and Humility

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