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WILLOW CLASS

WELCOME TO WILLOW CLASS

Garageband workshop (16.01.20)

Welcome to Willow's Class page. 

Willow class is taught by Mrs Coe and we are supported by three amazing teaching assistants; Mrs Daisley, Mrs Mortimer and Mrs Barnes. 

Here you can find information about upcoming events, weekly homework and important notices.

If you have any queries or questions please do not hesitate to come and find me on the playground at the end of the day and I would be more than happy to help.

 

 

Our topic this term is London and the British Isles.

 

 

Key dates:

  

 

Monday 27th January (1-3pm) - RE inspired workshop for Year 3 (in school)

Wednesday 29th January (9-10.30) - Piggott Leaders programme at the senior school

Friday 31st January (breaktime) - Willow Class Sale

Monday 10th February (1-3pm) - RE inspired workshop for Year 4 (in school)

 

17th - 21st February - HALF TERM

 

Thursday 5th March - World Book Day

Monday 9th March - Friday 13th March - STEM week

Monday 9th March - Trip to Winchester Science Museum

Friday 13th March - Sports Relief

Friday 20th March (2.30 - 3pm) - Willow Class Assembly - parents welcome

Tuesday 24th March (5-8pm) - Parent's Evening

Thursday 26th March (3.30-6pm) - Parent's Evening

Wednesday 1st April - Easter service @ St. Mary's Church

Friday 3rd April - End of term (1.30pm finish)

 

PE

 

This term Willow class will have PE on Monday and Tuesday afternoons. However, this may be subject to change depending on the weather, so please ensure that the children have their kit in school at all times. Many thanks. 

 

Maths

  This week's homework is on multiplying by 3 numbers. The children have a worksheet to complete and hand in by next Friday (24.01.20).

  

Maths homework is handed out every Friday to be returned by the following Friday. This may be a mathletics task or a piece of written work which will be sent home in a blue folder.

 

 

Reading

 

Reading homework should be recorded in the children's reading record books. The children are expected to read at home at least 5 times a week. This can be a book from home or their school reading book. Reading records are collected in on a Friday and house points are awarded for completion of the reading tasks.

 

 

Spelling

Spelling homework will be handed out on a Friday, to be completed by the following Friday.

 

Spelling Homework – Test on Friday 24th January

 

Adding suffixes beginning with a vowel (er/ed/ing/en) to words with more than one syllable.

 

 

forgetting

forgotten

beginning

beginner

preferring

preferred

occurring

occurred

forbidden

committed


    

Useful Links

Pobble365 - http://www.pobble365.com 

My Mini Maths - http://www.myminimaths.co.uk

Mathletics - http://student.mathletics.com/primary/

Education City - https://ec1.educationcity.com/

Recommended Reading Lists - Year 3 and Year 4

 

USEFUL LEARNING APPS FOR TABLETS

 

Mathletics

Spelling Shed

 

 

Welcome Evening Presentation - September 2019

Times Tables

In Phase 1, all children will be learning their times tables. It is a national requirement that all children know their times tables by the end of Year 4. Year 4s will now have a national test in June where they will be tested on their times table knowledge.

The children will be working their way through each times table in order to reach ‘Reasoning Rainbow’ where they will be able to apply their times table knowledge to word problems. The times table tests are ordered as follows:

  • Bronze: 2s, 5s, 10s, Mixed
  • Silver: 3s, 6s, Mixed
  • Gold: 4s, 8s, Mixed
  • Platinum: 7s, 9s, Mixed
  • Diamond: 11s, 12s, Mixed
  • Elite: All Mixed
  • Reasoning Rainbow

Each week the children will have a 2 minute timed test on the times table they are on, they must answer all questions correctly in order to move up to the next times table the following week. The tests include both multiplication and division to ensure they full consolidate their times table (e.g. 3x6=18 and 18÷3=6). Once they have passed each times table test on each stage they will receive a certificate for their achievements.

Please do support your children in practising their times tables at home. Here are some links which will support you with this.

Curriculum Focus Autumn Term 2019

Year 3 & 4 Spelling List

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