Y3/4

Welcome to Year 3 and 4

There are two classes in Year 3 and 4.  Miss Ripley teaches Class 5 who are all Year 3 children. Mr Fisher teaches Class 6 who are Year 4 children with a small group of Year 3s. 

In the mornings, for Maths and Literacy, the classes are split into Year groups - Year 4s with Mr Fisher and Year 3s with Miss Ripley. Year 3 children will also be supported by Mrs Brown and Mrs Wilcox in groups. 

In Lower Key Stage 2 we are also lucky to be supported by our talented HLTAs and TAs, who bring a range of skills and knowledge to our team.

Mrs Brown and Mrs Fisher work with a range of different children either in groups or on an individual basis, and in November 2017 we were joined by Mrs Frank to work one-to-one.

Mrs Brown will also teach Class 5 one afternoon per week.

Mrs Fisher will teach Class 6 one afternoon per week.

 

Class 5 Fossil Investigations - Please click on the photos below.

Spring Term 2018

This term in History we will be studying ‘Ancient Egypt.’ This will involve: looking at sources of evidence including replica artefacts; the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb and mummification; and how and why the pyramids were built.

 Our Science themes will be ‘Looking at States’ and ‘Electricity. The children will study the differences between liquids, solids and gasses, and they will also learn about circuits, conductors and insulators. There will be a focus on the practical side of science.

In Art we will be looking at journeys and how this can be interpreted in our artwork. After half-term our art work links closely to our History topic and we will begin designing and creating a chair appropriate for a Pharaoh or Egyptian God.

Click below for more information.

Curriculum News Spring 2018.

Spelling Bee photos

Timestable Mastermind 2017

Aims of Lower KS2 

One of our key aims in Lower Key Stage 2 is to help the children to develop greater levels of responsibility and independence. Children should enter the school building on their own and get themselves organised independently - this includes making sure they have all of their equipment for the day, such as reading books, PE kits, spelling sheets etc.

We aim to develop their confidence and self-belief and build up a love for learning, where it's important to have a go at difficult tasks and not be afraid to make mistakes.

Educational Visits

During the Spring Term, Years 3 and 4 will attend an educational visit to Hull's Hands on History Museum on Tuesday 13th March 2018, to support our work on the Ancient Egyptians.

Year 4 children will get the chance to take part in the annual residential visit, which will take place from Mon 2nd to Wed 4th July  2018. This is an important part of developing independence and confidence. Full details will be shared with parents and children in due course. 

Other Information

PE Kit

Class 5 and 6 - Wednesdays (Outdoor games)

Class 5 and 6 - Swimming - Thursdays ( from 1st February)

Both classes will do outdoor PE on Thursdays when a change of footwear is required. Children may also bring tracksuit bottoms / joggers and a warm top such as a sweatshirt or hooded top. For all PE lessons, jewellery should be removed or covered with tape.

Homework tasks

Children should read each evening and practise their spellings (on given sheets). We also encourage children to practise their times tables regularly by thinking carefully about the tables they find tricky. Mathletics (click to go to the site) is also available as an online resource and children have their own logins and passwords.

Spellings

Please click below to download the spelling practise sheets for the Christmas holiday period, ready for a test in the New Year.

Year 3

Year 4