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Class 3/4 AY

Map Reading in Geography!

Even more map reading! Well done 3/4AY!

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Map Reading Skills!

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We had a go at finding map references, using a key and even had a go at a quick quiz against Miss Yeomans!

We won, obviously!

 

We had a lot of fun learning about the myth of St George and the Dragon.

We listened carefully to the story and spent some mindfulness time connecting with others and retelling the story!

A mathematical water fight in the sun (or investigating capacity)!

Five ways to wellbeing!

We have been thinking about our mental well being and how to look after it. We have connected with Malik in Ethiopia in our PSHE lesson, considering what life must be like when you live 4 miles from clean water.

We have been active in PE and even in some of our maths lessons! We have even managed to catch some sunshine outside during our learning!

Term 5 and 6 Overview

Are you quicker than Miss Yeomans?

Easter Holidays!

Have a lovely holiday 3/4AY!
You have worked SUPER hard and me and Miss Tupper are so impressed!

Relax, read and have eggcelent Easter (I wonder if any of you can remember what that persuasive feature is?)

Stay safe,

Miss Yeomans

No boring maths here!

April Fools Day!

Bird Watching! 24th March 2021

We had lots of fun watching the birds outside our classroom this morning! We had to sit very still and be very quiet so the birds wouldn't be frightened away.

We have seen sparrows and wrens.

I wonder what other species of birds we can see on the school grounds over the next few weeks.

Hello Year 3/4!

It seems that it has been such a long time since we were all in school together and we've been missing you all a lot.  To get ready for your return to school next week, please make sure that you do the Maths and English lessons over the next few days as this will help you with your lessons next week. 

Just a couple of reminders - you will need to bring your reading bag and reading book in on Monday as you will be changing your books on the first day back.  The PE days will be going back to normal - indoor PE on Tuesday for 3/4VM and 3/4KP and on Friday for 3/4AY.  Outdoor PE sessions for all 3 classes is on Wednesday as before.  Remember that you come into school on those days in your PE kits. As the weather is still a little chilly, you can come in wearing your joggers on your Indoor PE days.

Finally, make sure you get back into your routine for bedtimes etc as we will all be very busy next week!

Year 3/4 team

UK Parliament Week!

We have been considering what makes up our parliament and how it works to create and check new laws.

We have also thought about how we can be involved in shaping our country and have written some very persuasive letters to our MP Gareth Davies!

Well done 3/4AY! You all showed some great interest and were very passionate when it came to knocking down Belmont Tower!

Fabulous John Nieto Artwork!

Finding some inner calm in 3/4AY

Multiplication Tables Check - Parent Information (voice recorded)

Term 1 Overview

Come and see where we learn!

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Miss Yeomans shows you around our classroom!

Welcome back 3/4AY!

It has been such a lovely few days having you all back in the classroom and seeing so many smiley faces and new skills you have learnt!

Out class has a few superb helpers such as Miss Heaney and Mrs Tindale that help us learn and do all sorts of exciting things!

We will have outdoor PE on a Wednesday and indoor PE on a Friday so please come dressed in your PE kits on those days! If it is a little chilly on Fridays chinldren can come to school in their joggers on top of their indoor PE shorts to keep warm.

If you any questions or comments, please contact the school office at enquiries@cliffedale.lincs.sch.uk or over the phone and I will respond as soon as possible!

See you all on Monday for our first full week,

Miss Yeomans

A Guide for Parents - How to support home learning

Below are some useful documents for you to see what your child in Year 3 or Year 4 is working towards by the end of the year. There are also some ideas for ways in which you can support at home.

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