Miss Ramli's Class
Happy New Year!
We hope that you all had a fantastic Easter and enjoyed a well-earned rest.
Here's to a wonderful summer term with all the exciting new things that we are going to be learning about.
You can see important information such as curriculum information and terms dates below.
Please speak to me after school or email me if you have any questions, concerns or if you have any positive feedback.
Our class book is The Street Beneath My Feet by Charlotte Guillain and Yuval Zommer. Each child will have the opportunity to take it home and make a reflection by drawing or writing in the book journal. I hope you enjoy it!
Our topic this term is called - Stone Age to Iron Age.
We will be learning about the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age, and enquiring into ways of life and how they compare with life today.
Please see the knowledge organiser (attached at the end of this page) to see what we will be learning this term.
A Guided Reading text and prep activity will be sent home every Friday. This will need to be completed over the weekend and brought back into school on Monday, ready for use in class.
Reading records and any reading books that need changing will need to be brought into school on Monday. New books will be issued and sent home on Tuesday.
By the end of Year 4, children are expected to know all of their times tables up to 12 x 12. As a school, we have subscribed to Times Tables Rockstars and every child will have their own login to access the site. This is an excellent way for children to practise their times tables at home.
Maths Attack will take place every Thursday.
Our PE days for Terms 5 and 6 are Monday (PE) and Tuesday (PE in Term 5 and Forest School in Term 6). Children can come to school wearing their PE kits for Forest School.
What we are doing in Class
Maths: Geometry, time, mass/volume/capacity
English: Narrative based on 'Stone Age Boy' and explanation texts
Topic: Stone Age to Iron Age
RE: Why do people pray?
HeartSmart: Don't forget to let love in
PE: Cricket/Real PE
Art: Sculpture based on Barbara Hepworth
26.05: Inset Day - school closed