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Our topic this term is 'Dare2Design'...Look at our portfolios of work in 'Curriculum'...Please send in sponsor money by the end of June. It will help fund our new pupil kitchen (you can look at the plans in Parents - New School Kitchen)....Berrow Festival is returning for its second year on Friday 15th June. The Festival runs from 3.00 – 6.00 and acts will run throughout the evening including ukulele, violin, dancing and singing. Children will be allowed to pitch their tents in the morning before school starts (as last year) as long as they are all taken down by the end of the Festival. Children will be allowed to wear festival clothing for the day and they are asked to bring in a bottle or chocolate for the tombola stall...

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Y4 Octopus

Reading - Summer term

 

This term the children are collecting gems on reward charts for reading at home. Every time they read at home and write it in their record, they get a gem. We are also keeping a bar graph to show how often each child is reading at home. Each week the child who has read most often will receive a certificate for Star Reader.

Please can you help them by reminding them to read and then write in their records? They need to indicate that it is home reading by drawing a H in a circle. The star reader this week is...

 

    Isobel! 

 

 

Welcome to Octopus Class (Mrs Webber)

 

Who will be teaching the class?

On Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, I will be teaching the class. Mrs James will be teaching the class on Thursdays and Fridays. 

 

When is PE?

On Monday afternoons the children will be taught by a qualified PE coach. Please make sure the children have their PE kits, including appropriate footwear and socks on Monday. Also, if your child needs an asthma inhaler, please make sure this is in school and is in date. A letter will be sent home if appropriate kit is not in school. 

 

When is homework set?

The most important thing we want children to do at home is read. Ideally we would like children to read for at least 10 minutes each day, but longer would be better. It is also really beneficial for them to have stories read to them, particularly chapter books. 

 

Every Monday the children have spellings set for a test on Friday. 

There will be maths homework set on a Monday to be handed in on Friday.

 

If you have any questions, please phone school and I will call you back or pop in after school. 

 

Best Wishes

 

Mrs Webber 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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