Year 4

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"Be The Best That We Can Be"

 

Email: todwickprimary@rotherham.school

Welcome to Class 4

Miss H Naylor

Class Teacher

Mrs C Brown

Teaching Assistant

Hello everyone! Welcome back and welcome to year 4!

 

Our Class 4 motto "We learn, laugh and have lots of fun. We never stop until the work is done!"

 

We have an exciting first half term planned and hope that you are raring to go! We will be starting our new topics straight away and can't wait to get stuck in. The first topic that we will be looking at, is the Romans.

 

To kick start the topic the class took part in a Roman day. Pupils wore traditional Roman dress, made bread, planted peas and made Roman helmets.

 

We have organised an exciting educational visit to Wirlow Hall Farm in November where we will be learning all about how the Romans lived.

 

 

Class 4 had a fantastic end to half term making Halloween cupcakes and writing a recipe. We used lots of different skills to make the cupcakes such as our measuring and communication skills.

 

We held a competition to design the spookiest pumpkin. Congratulations to the competition winner!

This half term Class 4's Science topic has been States of Matter. The class have had a fabulous time, learning and modelling the properties of solids, liquids and gases as well as making their very own living water cycle.

 

Congratulations to our Science competition winner!

Last week, Class 4 visited Whirlow Hall Farm. The Class had a fantastic day discovering how the Romans lived. The class took part in learning everyday Roman activities, farming, discovering the foods that Romans ate and carrying out an archaeological dig.

Class 4 have been celebrating Children in Need. We have taken part in Pudsey maths and acted out our very own news broadcast to make people aware of the purpose of Children in Need. The children came up with some powerful ideas and thoughts about how to care for others. We are incredibly proud of them all!

Congratulations to last half terms Star Reader!! Each week your child will be entered into a prize draw when they have read four or more times at home. At the end of each half term, names will be drawn out of a hat and pupils will be able to select a book of their choice. The more times that your child reads, the more chance they have of winning! Reading books with your child at home helps to stimulate their imagination, expand their understanding of the world around them and improves their vocabulary skills. We actively encourage reading at home! Please remember to fill in your child's reading diary.

This half term, Class 4 have been learning how to write a set of instructions. We used our English language skills to make a set of instructions on how to make a pepperoni and ham pizza, yummy!

We have had such an amazing response to the Roman sheild homework. We are overwhelmed by the quality produced and would like to thank parents, carers and grandparents for supporting the pupils in the making of these awesome sheilds!!

Congratulations to this half terms Star Reader!! Each week your child will be entered into a prize draw when they have read four or more times at home. At the end of each half term, names will be drawn out of a hat and pupils will be able to select a book of their choice. The more times that your child reads, the more chance they have of winning!

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all parents and carers for their support. The pupils in Class 4 have faced many learning challenges this term and have met them with enthusiasm and resilience. We would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!! We look forward to welcoming the children back in January with an exciting new topic, can you guess what it might be?

Hello everyone and welcome back! The children have settled in really well and are enjoying our new topic, the circus. Our class book is the Skycircus. For our science topic we have been learning all about rocks. We went on a walk around the village to find out about the uses of different rocks in our local area.