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St Paul's C of E Primary School

Heathside Grove

LEARNING to make a difference

Year 4 Sycamore 2

 

A big hello and a warm welcome to Sycamore 2’s class page!

 

We've made it to Summer term.

We have had so much fun and learnt a lot since beginning the year in September!

Please continue reading to find out what we will be getting up to this half term...

 

 

What's on:

Friday 13th May - Beat the Goalie House Competition.

Monday 23rd May - Clifton Country Park trip.

Wednesday 15th June - Lowry performance.

Friday 15th July - Waddow Hall trip. 

Friday 8th July - Creepy Critter day.

 

 

Our learning:

 

 

English

This term, we are exploring the book Flotsam, written by David Wiesner. This book links to our Science learning 'States of Matter'. 

 

Maths

This Spring term in Maths, we are learning all about decimals.

 

Can you remember what a decimal is used for?

Can you remember if tenths are bigger or smaller than ones?

 

 

Science

In Science, we are learning about States of Matter. 

 

Design Technology

In DT, we will be designing and creating a healthy meal. 

 

Geography

In Geography we are continuing the topic 'Passport to Europe', looking specifically at 'rivers'.

We are exploring and comparing the River Seine, France and the River Irwell, Manchester. 

We are eagerly awaiting our trip to Clifton Country Park. 

 

 

 

Miss McDonald and I feel incredibly lucky to have you all in our class. 

You are all shining superstars!

 

Miss Wallis.

 

 

 

                                                                   Miss Wallis              Miss McDonald

 

 

 

 

 

Important information 

 

Year 4 have PE every Wednesday and Friday, so please ensure your child has the correct PE kit with them. Your child will then bring their PE kit home the same day to be washed. 

 

Reading books will be issued every Monday. Reading with your child is extremely important, please aim to read with your child at least three times a week.

 

Spelling journals need to be brought into school every Monday so that new spellings can be set. Journals will then be taken home on Monday to practise over the course of the week. 

 

 

 

 

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