Welcome to Tawny Owls! (Year 4)
Welcome to Tawny Owls! I hope you have managed to have a brilliant two weeks off! We really look forward to the second half of Autumn term.
I have provided a list of topics below that we will be studying and all the information you will need for Class 4:
Numeracy – =Measures of time. (12 and 24 hour clock), Multiplication and Division, Perimeter and Statistics. Mental maths and arithmetic will be covered weekly.
Literacy – We will be reading the Nowhere Emporium by Ross Mackenzie. The learning will include character descriptions based around the text. Each week there will be a focus on reading comprehension, spelling, handwriting, punctuation and grammar.
Science – Electricity
Computing – We are toy designers
History – The Anglo-Saxons and Vikings
Geography – Settlements and trade routes of the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings
Art – Jewellery from the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings
PE – Active Mile and non-contact games
Modern Foreign Languages – French
Music – Mozart
I would very much appreciate your support with any homework that is set. Homework will currently be set on a Friday and it will consist of online learning using apps such as TT rockstars and Sumdog. Please email me if your child does not have their logins for the above websites.
Your child will complete weekly spelling tests. They can practise these spellings using Spelling Frame as I will be adding spelling lists so that they match those practised in class. These will be set every Wednesday along with homework. Their test will be the following Wednesday.
Please read with your child as much as possible and ask them questions about the text. We are not using reading records at the moment due to the current rules.
Every Wednesday your child will participate in an outdoor learning/PE day which will require them to wear outdoor clothing and outdoor footwear. This will be starting on Wednesday 9th September 2020.
Please contact me via email (email@example.com) if you have any queries or questions surrounding your child's learning This email will not be monitored during the day due to teaching therefore in case of emergency, please contact school directly.
Thanks for your support,