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Wishing you a very happy and healthy holiday. We return to school on Tuesday 5th September.

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Year 4

We have enjoyed our Spanish lessons at Sandymoor High School - gracias!

We have enjoyed our Spanish lessons at Sandymoor High School - gracias! 1
We have enjoyed our Spanish lessons at Sandymoor High School - gracias! 2
We have enjoyed our Spanish lessons at Sandymoor High School - gracias! 3
We have enjoyed our Spanish lessons at Sandymoor High School - gracias! 4
We have enjoyed our Spanish lessons at Sandymoor High School - gracias! 5
We have enjoyed our Spanish lessons at Sandymoor High School - gracias! 6

Welcome back

I hope you all had a fantastic Easter holiday.

Well, we are now in our final term in Year 4. It doesn't seem that long since I was welcoming you all to your new class.

This is a busy term but an enjoyable one. We will be learning Spanish at Sandymoor School, which will be an exciting experience. Check the Curriculum Newsletter to find out what else we are learning this term.

Speak to you soon.

Mrs McClellan

Anti Bullying Week

We wrote our own poems about bullying.

 

Let Me 

You made me feel weak

You turned your back on me

You beat me up too much

Will you please let me be?

You hit me every day

Why do you do it to me?

I will tell an adult

And they will make you stop

I now feel stronger

So leave me be.

 

Leona 

We read our anti-bullying poems out and we talked about trust.

We read our anti-bullying poems out and we talked about trust. 1
We read our anti-bullying poems out and we talked about trust. 2
We read our anti-bullying poems out and we talked about trust. 3
We read our anti-bullying poems out and we talked about trust. 4
We read our anti-bullying poems out and we talked about trust. 5

We are busy at our residental - our theme is 'Imagine a Night in the Stars'

We are busy at our residental - our theme is 'Imagine a Night in the Stars' 1
We are busy at our residental - our theme is 'Imagine a Night in the Stars' 2
We are busy at our residental - our theme is 'Imagine a Night in the Stars' 3
We are busy at our residental - our theme is 'Imagine a Night in the Stars' 4
We are busy at our residental - our theme is 'Imagine a Night in the Stars' 5

Dear Children

Welcome to Class 4.

I hope you all had a fantastic holiday and are excited about returning to school and moving up into Year 4.

There are lots of fantastic things happening this year. I hope you will be very happy and that it will be a very special time for you.

 

Home/School Diaries:

These will be checked and signed every Monday. Please ask your parents/carers to sign them each week. If you have an important message from home then please leave your diary on my desk in the morning as you come in.

Will you also please use the diary to record the book and page you have read up to each evening. You should be reading for a minimum of 20 minutes each day.

 

Homework:

As well as reading each day you will also have maths and English homework each week. Maths will be given out each Friday and needs to be handed in no later than the following Thursday. English homework will consist of either a reading comprehension/short written piece as well as a punctuation/grammar activity. These will be given out each Tuesday and need to be handed in no later than the following Monday. You will also receive spellings each week for you to learn. Spellings will be given out on a Wednesday and you will be tested on them the following Wednesday.  If there are any changes to this I will let you know in advance.

 

There will also be a topic homework each half term.

 

Swimming:

We start swimming lessons again in September.

Dates are as follows -

Thursday Friday
September 15th September 16th
September 22nd September 23rd
September 29th September 30th
October 13th October 14th
October 20th October 21st

 

If your parents/carers would like to help out, please ask them to write a note in your diary.

 

Warrington Wolves are also coming to coach you on a Tuesday afternoon. during the first half term.

 

Our residential is also fast approaching. If your parents/carers have any questions then please tell them they can come in and see me.

 

As you can see there is a lot happening just in the first half term. Wow! I hope you are excited about new year together, I certainly am.

If there is anything at all that you or your parent/carer are worried about then please come and see me straight away so that I can sort it out for you.

Mrs McClellan and the Year 4 team.

Our Class Value is Trust

Our Class Value is Trust 1
Our Class Value is Trust 2

We think trust is ....

 

"I think trust is when someone relies on you.  Abraham had to trust God that to kill his son was the right thing to do."

 

"I trust God because he keeps me safe and he always watches me."

Curriculum newsletter Spring 2017

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