elm-leafWelcome to Elm Class Years 3 & 4

Teachers: Mrs R Saunders and Mrs E Lewis
Teaching Assistants: Mrs E Young and Mr T Cuff

Happy Half Term!

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Elm Class have finished the week with a lovely afternoon of Footie for Dorset in the autumn sunshine. We hope everyone has a fantastic half term. If you have the opportunity, please collect and bring in card (etc.) for making Roman shields in the following weeks.

A lovely (French) Harvest Service

On Friday 5th October, the week finished with a lovely Harvest Service in the church. Here is a picture of Elm Class singing their French harvest song, courtesy of Madame Ferguson, to the tune of ‘Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes’.

Welcome to the Autumn Term

Elm Class have been working hard and the summer holidays are a distant dream away….!

Our exciting topic this term is all about the Romans; if you have any books or artefacts at home which your child would like to bring in, that would be great.

In Elm Class, we only check the reading record books regularly each Thursday, so if you have an important message, please contact the school office rather than writing it in the book – thank you.

Year 4 trip to Studland Bay and Leeson House

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Homework and Home Learning


 Spellings :- To learn for Thursday 15th November
Year 3: chef, chic, machine, chute, parachute, chalet, Charlotte, Michelle, charade, moustache
Year 4: machine, quiche,  champagne, brochure, parachute, chalet, Charlotte, Michelle, charade, moustache

Times Tables :- For Thursday 15th November

Y3: 8x table (see if you can beat your previous time!)

Y4: You will be tested on all of the times tables, so keep practising those you are unsure of.

 

 Additional homework due on Friday 16th November – There is an English task to see what you can remember about discussion texts.
 

Reading Rewards

Reading rewards for the Autumn Term 2018

We continue to encourage the children to read at home and to have their book signed by an adult at least 3 times per week. For every 4 weeks that your child has reached the home reading target, they can choose a small reward. There are lots of goodies on offer.

Reading record books are checked every Thursday for our records. We will remind the children to give in their books, but you can help at home by prompting the children before school on Thursday mornings – thank you. This should help develop independence as the year progresses.

Let us know if you have read a really good book!