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Y3/4 Rowan - Mrs Peacock

Hello Rowan Class

 

It only seems like last week that we were saying goodbye to each other and wishing everyone a happy summer holiday.  Time flies when you have fun!

 

One thing to get used to is that our class is now called Rowan.  Can you identify what a rowan tree looks like? I had to do some research myself but luckily there are quite a few rowan trees in the playgrounds for us to look at.  

Just a couple of reminders -  our PE days will be indoor PE on Tuesdays and outdoor PE on Wednesdays.  Remember that you come into school on those days in your PE kits.  If the weather is a little chilly, you can come in wearing your joggers on your Indoor PE days.  Please remember that you will need to take earrings out for PE lessons, so if you can't do this yourself, you will need to take them out before you come to school.  However, there will be no PE lessons until w.c 13th September.

 

I'm really looking forward to seeing you all and to working with you this term.

 

Mrs Peacock

 

What an exciting first week we have had!  We have played lots of social skills games, building on our 5 Ways to Well-being focus.  I have never seen such enthusiastic parachute-shaking before!  We have also produced some beautiful collaborative artwork (pictures to follow) and finished the week with a range of interactive maths and spelling games.  Hopefully, we will all have a restful weekend.

Information for parents:

 

We are looking forward to sharing some of our super learning with you! You can also find out what we've been up to each week, by following our school's Twitter page: https://twitter.com/cliffedale_sch

Please scroll down to the bottom of our class page to see important documents relating to what we are learning and ways in which you can support your child with their learning.

Sponsored Walk

Celebrating our differences, and the lovely weather, with chalk artwork.

Images from our problem solving tasks with the Army

Today we had lots of fun exploring different areas of maths.  We did some outdoor artwork in a shape investigation, made futuristic space bases using nets of 3D shapes, replanned the classroom layout and finally taught each other card games.  

NSPCC Maths Day

We have had lots of fun so far this STEM week, doing lots of practical activities to explore a range of scientific and design concepts.  Later this week, we will be having our Maths day as well.

Designing robobugs for different jobs, including construction, search and rescue and exploration.

Our plastics investigation

Making bug hotels from recycled materials on our DT day.

Celebrating St George’s Day

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!

Measuring mass

We made Easter cards to send to a local nursing home.

Maths work in the sun!

Our collaborative art focused on the work of Wassily Kandinsky. He would be proud of our efforts!

Our Curriculum for this year

A Guide for Parents - How to support home learning

Multiplication Tables Check - Parent Information (voice recorded)

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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