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Class 4 Blog by Edward and Samuel

Last week we had a busy week. We had the Harvest Service which went really well. We had a visit from Rev Ann who talked to us about the Bible and we wrote down questions which we asked her relating to her she feels about the Bible.  This was fun and we learnt a trick on how many books there are in the bible.


What have we been doing?

In Maths, we were doing time where we had to read the time to the nearest minute and then we learnt to read timetables. In English, we made fantasy setting based on descriptions from "The Lion, the witch and the wardobe". Everyones looked slightly different but with similar features e.g. a river. In History, we have been writing scripts for Ancient Egypt looking at the River Nile and why it is important. We then acted these out and recorded using the ipads. This week is friendship week where we will be learning about friendships with a different theme each day.



Choir are going to St Albans Catherdal to sing. Good Luck!

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Class 4 Third Week Blog by Mia and Jemma

We have had a fun week at school this week. We enjoyed English learning about punctuation as we got to learn the different punctuation using actions to help us remember. Now we're experts. It was fabulous! We did some tricky Maths learning different method for multication and division. We are looking forward to more English and Art next week!  In Science we learnt about the diets of animals. In History we used maps to locate Egypt and label where it is.


From Jemma and Mia


A note from Miss Patston

We have had a very busy week in Class 4 this week. I'd like to say a big thank you to all the children who have worked extremely hard particulary in Maths and Literacy. Have a restful weekend ready for a busy week! The children have settled in really well and getting to use to Class 4 now!



-Open session on Monday 22nd September - This is an excellent chance to look at your childrens work.

-Literacy homework is due in on Monday and Maths homework is due on Friday.

-Children should be reading daily for 10 minutes. This should be signed by an adult to confirm they have heard them read.

-Children should be practising their 4 times tables ready for next Friday and practising spellings daily.

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Second Blog by Neve and Dylan Class 4

Hello and welcome to our Class 4 blog.

On Wednesday we did PE with Miss Lean. Our topic is gymnastics  but we did balancing that day.Later on in this term we are going to do balancing on the apparatus. Firstly, we had to get into a group of three but two people had  to be in a group of two    

On Thursday we did our first ever lesson playing Lacrosse. It was great fun!  On our first lesson we just learned the basics of Lacrosse. Here is what we learned: Firstly, We had to step. secondly. We had to squat. After that. we had to scoop.

My favourite lesson was when we did the papyrus picture. We drew it on to the actual papyrus paper!! 




-Literacy homework due in Monday

-Jogging bottoms in for Thursday for Lacrosse

-Unfortunately there will be no Girls football next Thursday with Mr Jeffries as he is on a course.




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First Week Blog by George and Jonathan

Our first week back was really good. We did a maths game where you had to role a dice 6 times and put each number in the boxes and see who got the biggest number. In literacy we did a shoe box where you had to put 5 important things in your life and explain why you put them there.

Our favourite lesson this week was art where we had to draw a picture of egyptian god/goddess or a famous person. We had to research and then draw the egyptian god or godess that you chose.

Next week I am looking forward to doing P.E with Miss Lean and we are looking forward to computing. We're also looking forward to drawing the gods on the papyrus.



- Homework due in next Friday 12th September

- Bring in one piece of junk modelling for Science e.g. kitchen roll, empty yoghurt pot etc. - Thursday 11th September

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End of the first summer term!

Class Four have continued to work extremely hard over the first summer term! We have had a busy half term including sports days and the talent show! Now we are gearing up for the production as the homework was to learn lines and the learn the words to the songs, ready for lots of practise! 


Year 5 get lots of rest ready for a fun packed Osmington Bay!


After half term, we will continue to learn about the Vikings and Islam. As part our of science we will be looking at electricity and for DT we will designing and making moving toys. As well as persuasive writing in Literacy! As well as lots more! 


Have a lovely half term!

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