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Mrs Long and Mrs Duffy's class

Hello Y4,  You will hopefully be a regular visitor to the school website and our class page while we are working from home and eagerly waiting to return to normal.

When you click on the right hand side for our Home Learning Activities page also look at our video check-ins, as we will try to post you messages regularly.  We hope you enjoy the things we suggest you do at home and can't wait to see you all again. Love from Mrs Duffy and Mrs Long.

Dates for Diary:        

Don't forget that at 9.00 a.m. each morning you can spend half an hour with Joe before starting your other activities:


What are you up to?


We've had our first set of photo's in showing what you're up to at home. This afternoon Ben did some baking. They look delicious Ben and such a lovely way to thank those nurses you know who are helping to keep people well. 


Neve A has been doing some inventive D.T. and made this Worry Monster zip-wire. It looks very effective (we'd love a go Neve, but we might be a bit heavy!):


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Freya has been busy doing some creative writing and enjoying the fab weather (Freya, maybe later you could do some observational drawings or painting with those beautiful daffodils?):


Evie has been working on the water cycle and has made a fabulous model (great idea Evie - we're loving your quilt cover too!):


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Week 2

Maya has made her own rainbow collage (that will look great in your window Maya) and Remi has been keeping up with Joe Wicks (loving the matching top Remi!)




16/09 WOW Day: Come in dressed for our topic on THE ROMANS!
24/09 Hearsmart Launch assembly/KS2 Cross Country
25/09 Road Safety Workshop
08/10 Harvest Festival
11/10 Film Night
24/10 Last Day of Term 1


04/11 Start of Term 2 and Book Week
06/11 Book at Bedtime
13/11 School Photographs
14/11 Parents Evening 1
15/11 Children in Need
19/11 Parents Evening 2
06/12 Christmas Fayre
16/12 Christmas Performance 6pm
17/12 Christmas Performance 9.30am / Christmas Lunch
18/12 Christmas Party
20/12 Christmas Service @ St Mary's Church and End of Term 2



Our Collective Worship theme is FORGIVENESS.

Our British Value theme is TOLERANCE.


Maths: Number and Place Value
English: Mousehole Cat
Science: Sound
Topic: Rocking Romans
RE: What is it like to be a Hindu in Britain today?
Computing: Logo


Spellings will be given out fortnightly if possible on the Tuesday and children will be assessed on the spelling pattern on the second Thursday.

Reading and developing a love for reading has now been recognised by the DfE as a high priority. Please continue to support and inspire your children to read at home, using the reading target bookmark to record their efforts. I will check bookmarks during your child's Guided Reading session.

We hope you enjoy the new class reading books.

There will be a creative piece of homework to link in with each topic that we do.