Class 4 2018-2019

Mrs Whalley

Class 4

Welcome to Class 4!

A Message from Mrs Whalley:
Hello and welcome back! I hope you all had an enjoyable and relaxing half term. .

Please make sure your child brings their school bag and reading folder to school every day and has a named PE kit in school. This can be kept in school for the half term. Our PE days are Wednesday and Thursday.

 


Phonics

Phonics is a key part of our learning in EYFS and KS1. It is the basis of how we read and how we write and spell words. You can learn more about what phonics is and how we teach it here. There are also resources on the page such as sound mats and word lists, as well as ways you can help your child with their reading at home.


Homework
Please read with your child as often as possible. If we feel that your child can read their book satisfactorily they can change it once a week. Please sign your child’s book every time you hear them read.

Homework will continue to be given out every Wednesday. Please work with your child and complete it in the week. If your child receives spellings please practise these ready for the spelling test .

For more detailed information on what we will be doing this half term please take a look at our class newsletter.

Useful Websites

  • Bitesize - A primary school resource for children studing Key Stage 1 Maths, English and Science, featuring game activities and tests.

  • Thinkuknow - If you are 5, 6 or 7, I bet you probably like to use the computer for fun. Why not take a look at this website to help you go on the internet in a safe way and know who to talk to if you are worried.

  • Phonics Play - Packed with interactive phonics games

  • Times tables Rockstars - Practise your times tables and earn coins to make your avatar look even cooler. You can also challenge your friends!

Files to Download

Class 4: News items

Sports Day New Date, by Mrs Crompton

Whitsun Holidays, by Mrs Crompton

Class 4: Calendar items

Leavers Service, by Mr Wright

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