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Miss Williams - Otters (Year 3 & Year 4)

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Miss Williams's Class

Autumn Term 1

 

A warm welcome back.

 

Our studies topic this term is

'The Victorians.'

We will be learning about what life was like for children during the Victorian era. 

 In Maths we will be focusing on place value. Year 3 will be learning to become more confident reading, writing, representing, comparing and ordering numbers up to 1000. Year 4 will be learning to become more confident reading, writing, comparing and ordering numbers to 10,000.

In Literacy, we will be using a short animation called 'Marshmallows' as a stimulus for some creative writing. We will be learning how to describe settings and will be inventing our own characters.

Our topic this term in science is 'Living Things' we'll be learning about the 7 life processes of living things and identifying and naming a variety of living things found in our local environment.

 

Homework

Children will be given a homework choice grid at the beginning of the term based on our studies topic 'The Victorians.' Children are expected to complete one task each week to a high standard. 

 Spellings

As well as homework, children will be given weekly spellings to practise at home. Spellings will be given on Fridays and there will be a spelling test in school the following week. Please make sure these are being practised at home.

Reading

New reading records have been given to children. I have asked the children to aim to read at least 3 times a week at home. We do have a reward chart in the classroom where children can earn points everytime they read at home and have an adult write in their reading record.

Please  read with your child at home as much as possible and send them in with their reading books and reading records each day.

 P.E.

Our P.E. days this term are Wednesday and Friday afternoons. The children will be learning to play Tag Rugby in games and creating sequences of movements in dance.

 

 

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