For more information about the routines in Class 4 this term, please explore the power point below:
Class 4's blog
This week, we have held a range of Maths Family Learning workshops across the school. The aims of these workshops have been to help family members:
•To recognise the characteristics of a Mathematician.
•To identify the expectations for their child/children in their learning.
•To understand what the RUCSAC method is and how we use it to help pupils create a strategy to solve problems.
•To have a go at different types of problems with their child.
Yesterday The Meadows has had the pleasure of inviting Kelvin Batey, World Champion BMX rider, to our school. The purpose of the visit was:
We are very excited to inform you that on Wednesday 5th February international BMX rider Kelvin Batey will be coming to school to meet with our children. The purpose of the event is:
On behalf of myself, Mrs Magee and Mrs Jones, I would like send a huge thank you for all of the lovely cards and gifts that we have received. We hope that you all have a wonderful, fun-filled and relaxing Christmas and look forward to welcoming you all back in January.
Mrs Kuffour :)
This half term, in our RE unit, Class 4 have been exploring theThis half term, in our RE unit, Class 4 have been exploring the question: 'How significant is it that Mary was Jesus' mother?' As religious scholars, the pupils have:
This year, one of our focusses as a school is on improving Phonics. In order to do this, we have bought new books for children to read across the school that link to our phonics scheme.
As part of our new PSHE curriculum, last Friday Class 4 had the opportunity to participate in a first aid training session delivered by Simon from Flat Stan. The purpose of the session was to provide pupils with the basic principles of first aid. This is so that they can feel confident about helping someone who is hurt, upset or poorly, in particular their families, friends and neighbours.
In History this term, Class 4 have been exploring the Victorian era. So far, we have explored the chronology of the Victorian era, linking to previous eras we have explored throughout school including the Stone Age and ancient civilisations such as Greece and Rome.