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Our Lady and St Joseph's Brooms RCVA Primary School, Leadgate

We Learn, We Love, We Grow in Jesus' Name

Class 4

Welcome to Class 4 & Class 5!

 

Our Class Teachers are Miss Croxford and Mrs Norman. Our Teaching Assistants are Mrs Nichol, Mrs Armstrong and Mrs Raine. 

 

There are 35 children in our class ( 20 Y5 children and 15 Y6 children). On a morning children are split between two classes and are either taught by Miss Croxford or Mrs Norman.  On an afternoon all children are taught by Miss Croxford.

 

Religious Education

In RE this term we will be exploring the following topics: Loving- God who never stops loving, Vocation and Commitment- the vocation of priesthood and religious life and Expectations- Jesus born to show God to the world. One week will also be spent learning about Judaism- Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. 

 

 

English

In our English lessons this term we will be reading 'Cloud Tea Monkeys'. All of our lessons will be centred around this text. Our class reader this term is 'Sky Chasers'. 

 

 

Maths

In our Maths lessons this term we will be focusing on: place value, addition and subtraction and we will begin multiplication and division. 

 

Topic
In topic we will be learning all about Crime and Punishment.

 

Science
Our topic in science this term is Earth and Space.

 

PE

This term, PE will take place on a Tuesday and Friday afternoon.

 

 

Spellings
The children will be given time within class to work on spelling rules and extend this knowledge through practise in school. They will also be given the spellings books to take home and practise for their weekly spelling test on a Thursday.

 

Times tables
According to The National Curriculum framework "children are expected to apply all of their multiplication tables and related division facts frequently, commit them to memory and use them confidently to make larger calculations". It is important that the children continue to practice their times tables.

 

Reading Books
Children have reading books and reading records that are sent home with them every Friday. Children are encouraged to read for at least 15 mins per evening and to record their reading in their reading records. Parents are asked to sign their child's diary on a Thursday evening if possible ready for a reading record check on a Friday.

 

Homework
Homework will be sent home with children every Friday in their homework folder. Please help to support your child with completing their homework which is due into school on a Wednesday.  

 

School diaries

Please feel free to write any queries or comments in your child's diary that your child can show their teacher in class. The diary is an invaluable tool for you to keep in regular contact with us!

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