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Welcome to Class 15s web page.

Here you will find information relating to Class 15 and Year 4.

 

 

Below you can view our classes weekly awards:

Mrs Large's Lovely Learner, Micky the Maths Monkey & 

Lulu the Literacy Lion

 

You can also view weekly spellings, homework,

letters and a half termly Newsletter.

 

There is also a selection of photos and videos

of work that the children have done.

 

 

As a special bonus check out the links to external learning sites

right at the bottom of the page.

Tesco Farm to Fork

 

As you may be aware, as part of our PSHE/ECO lessons Classes 13 and 15 have been doing a little gardening and growing activities on a Friday afternoon.  To tie in with this we plan to take the children from these two classes down to Sheringham Tesco to take part in their Farm to Fork tour.  Once there the children will learn all about local produce, see bread being made, look around the various departments and even try samples of food too.  It promises to be an interesting session. 

We will either walk or travel by mini bus.

 

The schedule for this is as follows:

 

Wednesday 1st July –

Half of Class 15 with Mrs Stocker and Mrs Wegg

 

 

Wednesday 8th July –

Half of Class 15 with Mrs Stocker and Mrs Wegg

 

 

Thursday 9th July –

Half of Class 13 with Mrs Duke and Mrs Barns

 

 

Wednesday 15th July –

Half of Class 13 with Mrs Duke and Mrs Barns

 

Year 4 Team -

If you have any queries or concerns please speak to either Mrs Stocker or Mrs Duke.

Half of Class 15 went on Tesco's Farm to Fork trail. It was an excellent morning and very educational.

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Year 4 Newsletter   June 2015 

 

Well here we are in the last half-term of the school year.

This plans to be an extremely busy time for us all.

Our Topics this half term are Liquids and Solids and

then Food Chains and Habitats.

We will try to link many other curricular areas to this in some way.

 

In Literacy we are currently working on poetry, acrostic poems. 

We are still following Pie Corbett’s Talk for Writing and

 next week we will be beginning to work on a ‘wishing’ story. 

The term will conclude with the children writing persuasive texts.

 

In Maths we will be working on all four operations,

fractions, decimals, shape and geometry and will finish

with perimeters, area and co-ordinates.

 

In Art we will be looking at famous artists. 

In Music the children will continue learning the guitar –

Class 14 will continue learning Hand Bells. 

In French we are continuing with Goldilocks and The Three Bears. 

In RE/PSHE we will be looking at and discussing Children’s rights,

 as well as basic Sex Education.

 

Next week – 8th to 12th June is Multi-cultural Week

 

We also have some special dates for your diary.

Thursday 18th June - Year 4’s - Living Seas Day (in school)

Friday 19th June – Summer Fair

Friday 26th June – Reports go out to parents

Monday 29th June – Junior Sports Day

Tuesday 30th June – Swimming Gala

Monday 6th July – Yr 4’s trip to Holt Country Park

Wednesday 8th July – Meet your new teacher (pm)

Wednesday 15th July – Meet your new teacher (pm)

 

If at any time you have any queries or concerns please do not hesitate to get in touch.  The office will happily arrange an appointment for you.

Living Seas Day - 18th June

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Finn and The Giant's Causeway.

 

         

  

Thank you to all the parents who attended

our first Classroom Open-Day

I hope the children enjoyed

showing you all their hard work.

The next Open Classroom date is Tuesday 24th March.

These will now take place on the last Tuesday of every half term.

Thank you to everyone who dressed up and painted their face funny for money. Total raised will be announced later.  

We raised a massive £590

plus we sold 240 noses @ £1 each.

Year 4 News – Spring 2/2015

 

We hope everyone enjoyed our Open Classroom last month, where everyone had the opportunity to visit, and look at, their child’s work.  Our next one will be Tuesday 24th March 3.30 to 4.15.  This half term is quite a short one, however we have lots planned. 

 

In Literacy we are currently working on non-fiction - explanation texts.  We are still following Pie Corbett’s Talk for Writing and also incorporating some previous planning too.  This will culminate with the children writing their own explanation about The Water Cycle, which is our new Topic. We hope to also cover some aspects of Climate Change and Global Warming in this too.  In Maths we are currently looking at addition and subtraction, we will go on to do more multiplication and division, fractions and measure.  We are still finishing our musical instruments (DT) and will soon be studying famous artists, exploring different mediums, methods etc.

 

We have our Gressenhall trip planned for Thursday 26th March, letters have been sent home.  This is to look at Stone Age Times and although a little late, as we have finished this topic, we felt the children would enjoy the day and it is still educational.

 

We obviously have Parents Evening next week, so if anyone has any queries or concerns please bring these up then.

Year 4 Team.

Special Visitor

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We had a special visitor today and the children loved him - Tigger the Tiger (AKA hamster)

Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-)

Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 1
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 2
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 3
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 4
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 5
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 6
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 7
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 8
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 9
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 10
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 11
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 12
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 13
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 14
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 15
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 16
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 17
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 18
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 19
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 20
Check out our 'Stonehenge' homework models. The children put in a great deal of effort with this project. I'm sure you will agree, they are amazing. Well done everyone :-) 21

January 2015

 

Dear Parents,

Last term there was a meeting with parents regarding our school questionnaire.  At this meeting it was suggested that a half termly letter be produced by each year group to explain what would be taught, and or taking place, during that half term.

 

Spring term – 1st half

In our Topics this half term we will be learning about The Stone Age to Iron Age and Sound.

In Literacy we are working on poetry and are presently learning The Caveman Song. We are using picture maps to help memorise the poem, which the children will then change to create their own poem. In Maths we will be looking at addition, subtraction, fractions and shape.

In RE we are looking at Hinduism.  The children are all learning to play guitar in Music and Class 15 are also learning the hand bells, Class 14 will begin this in the summer term.

There is a planned trip to Gressonhall on 26th March, letters to follow.

 

We hope this information has been helpful.

If you have any queries or concerns then please come and see one of the Year 4 team.

The Caveman Song, in pictures

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Caveman Song

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Below is a series of interviews - where Class 15 played The Caveman and Interviewer. Ashton and Chloe

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Ashton and Chloe

Summer and James

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Summer and James

Polly and Charlie

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Keira and Blake

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Handbells

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9th January 2015 saw class 15 beginning to learn handbells. With the help of Mrs Bussey here is their first attempts.

Special Science certificates were awarded this week to Charlie H, Kylie and Polly H,

for producing some excellent work on digestion and food.

 

CHILDREN IN NEED 

 

                The children thoroughly enjoyed the staff's show,

'STARS IN THEIR EYES' 

and so did the adults taking part!

We raised an amazing £506 :-D

 

Check out Class 15s Dancing Elves :-D

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More elves.....

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And more......

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And more.....

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And even more.....

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And finally......

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Here are a few photos from our World War 1 Day.

 

     

EXPRESSIVE POETRY. In Literacy we have been learning about poetry. Below you can watch the results. There are two poems, the first poem is called Being Told Off and the second is Last Night I Saw The City. Verse 1 - Being Told Off

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Verse 2 - Being Told Off

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Verse 3 - Being Told Off

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Verse 4 - Being Told Off

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Verse 5 - Being Told Off

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Verse 6 - Being Told Off

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Last Night I Saw The City........ Verse 1

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Last Night I Saw The City........ Verse 2

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Last Night I Saw The City........ Verse 3

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Last Night I Saw The City........ Verse 4

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Last Night I Saw The City........ Verse 5

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Last Night I Saw The City........ Verse 6

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