Welcome to Chough Class!
In Chough Class (Choughs are the black birds in our school emblem), we have all of the Year 3 and 4 children. Our teacher is Miss Stobbart and our teaching assistant is Mrs Byford. We have a lovely classroom with large windows looking out over the Church.
Please make sure that you continue to read on a daily basis, learn your weekly spellings and practise your times table target.
It’s Term One already! I can’t believe how quickly the summer holidays have gone. We have a busy and exciting term coming up, including the Harvest service, an Anglo-Saxon day with Kestrels at the end of term, and lots more.
Dates for your diary
Wednesday 11th September @ 2pm – Chough Class open classroom afternoon.
Our termly topics are detailed in our curriculum map.
All children will have a homework book. A homework grid of tasks will be handed out at the beginning of each term. It is expected that Year 2 and 3 children will choose at least one task from the grid to complete each week. Year 4 children will be expected to complete two tasks from the grid each week. All children will also be expected to learn their weekly spellings and practise their times table targets.
Homework due in every Monday and books returned to child every Wednesday.
Spellings given out and tested on Tuesdays.
All children will have a Reading Record Book which should be kept in their book bag. All children will be expected to change their books and fill in their reading records independently. However, if you have queries about their books please do not hesitate to pop in and ask.
I would expect all children to be reading at home with an adult for a minimum of 20 minutes most evenings.
Please can you make sure that P.E. kits are available in school all week. Our PE session will take place on Tuesday (with PH Sports) and Thursday afternoons this term.
Hit the Button is an interactive maths game with quick fire questions on number bonds, times tables, doubling and halving, multiples, division facts and square numbers. The games which are against the clock challenge and develop a child’s mental maths skills.