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Welcome to C.S Lewis class.

 

We are Year 4 pupils and our class teacher is Miss Coles. Our lovely teaching assistants are called Ms Nicholls, Miss Reeves and Mr Heavey. We all work hard and try our very best. We follow the School Code and make sure that we are kind to everyone. We try our hardest in our learning and persevere.

 

 

We do PE on Mondays during the first term but it is best if PE kits are kept in school for the whole term. That way we are able to do extra PE easily if we want to. Kits can then be taken home for a wash at half term.

Remember, school PE kit is:

 

  • plain white T-shirt
  • plain black shorts
  • daps or trainers
  • plain black joggers and a warm fleece for outdoor PE in the colder weather
  • no earrings (please remove studs or provide tape to cover)

 

During the first term pupils will be going to forest school on Wednesday afternoons. Please ensure that they have a change of clothes with them that are okay to get messy and muddy!

 

Please bring your reading book and record book into school every day and take it home again each evening. Part of the ongoing home learning is to read daily. It is really important for parents / carers / older siblings to hear children read as often as possible and talk about the book - this is still important even though your child is a fantastic fluent reader! Don't forget to keep track of your home reading in the book provided, as this will earn pupil merits and entry into our Golden Book! If you read 5 times at home per week, you will receive 2 merits.

 

Keep an eye on this page for updates and information about our class and the learning that is taking place.

 

Term 1

Our first topic of the year is The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. We will be reading the story as a class and this forms the basis of everything we will be looking at this term. If you would like to see an overview for the term, it is attached below.

 

Term 2

 

We will begin the term with investigating the Anglo-Saxons using our Knowledge Organiser which is attached below. For an overview of the term by subject, please see attached document.

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