I cannot believe we have surpassed the half way point in the school year! The evenings are brighter and the sunny weather is on its way.
So, what does term 4 bring?
We have our school trip to look forward to this term – my boots are ready and waiting!
We have two new fury students (our guinea pigs) Rupert and Hugo. This is a great opportunity for the children to experience the importance of animal care, it also fits in nicely to this terms Science – Living Things and Their Habitats.
We will be writing our own dragon inspired poems and performing them to the class. I will be hosting a Fox Class Poetry competition on the 6th March. It would be great to have lots of entrees.
Fractions is our initial focus for this term. Please see below for a brief overview of the things we will cover this term.
It is VERY important that times tables are being practised at home, they are important for ALL topics covered in Maths.
Last term we focused on the Anglo-Saxons, looking at where they came from, why they came to Britain and what it might have felt like to be an Anglo-Saxon. This term we will be getting more ‘hands on’ as we explore the Vikings!
The BIG Question: Why do Christians call the day Jesus died ‘Good Friday’?
As we draw closer to Easter we will be exploring the question and above and thinking about the true meaning of Easter.
I look forward to seeing you all at parents evening this term!
Class Teacher: Miss Tanner
Teaching Assistant: Miss Perry & Mr Bull