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    Shared reading will not be on tomorrow morning due to our fair trade enrichment day.   Thanks

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    Next half term, year 4 will be changing the day that they will have PE and French. This will change to a Wednesday just for the six weeks…

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    Year 3 have had a busy half term. They have thoroughly enjoyed the Harry Potter Topic and have created some lovely writing linked to the story. They have…

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Year 3 News

Feb
12

Year 3 have had a busy half term. They have thoroughly enjoyed the Harry Potter Topic and have created some lovely writing linked to the story. They have created their very own wands and a Marauders map using the 8 points of the compass.

In Maths we have been learning about multiplication and worded maths problems. This week we have created bar graphs and pictograms using data the children collected. This linked to our computing where we created graphs in Google sheets.

In Science we have been learning about nutrition and the skeletal system in both humans and animals. The children enjoyed creating a healthy menu and making muscles.

IMPORTANT MESSAGES:

PE will be moving to Thursdays until Easter. 

Please continue to practice times tables at home every week. A range of 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10 will be tested weekly.

Spellings will be sent home weekly and please read with your child at least 5 times and week. Make sure you record and sign their reading record!

Thanks for your continued support

Year 3 Team

 

Year 4 Spring Term

Jan
30

This term has already been jammed packed with super learning.

In English, we have read ‘The Firework Maker’s Daughter’ by Phillip Pullman and have produced writing focused on speech punctuation. We are now looking at a non-fiction text about a spy keyring. The children have shown great imagination to describe what their keyring will do. James Bond – beware!

In maths, we have spent the last few weeks learning about measures. This week has been focused on time. We have been quite concerned with the amount of children that are unable to tell the time on an analogue clock. If you are able to support this key life skill at home, we would appreciate it. Our focus in Year 4 is to convert 12 hour clock to 24 hour which has been very difficult as many do not know the basics.

In history, the children have learnt about the Romans and their impact on Britain and have been able to make comparisons with life in Roman and Celtic times.

In science , we have begun to look at sound and where it comes from. This has been a great link to our music sessions with a dedicated music teacher.

Upcoming events:

Next week, Roving Books are visiting the school on Thursday. Each year group will have time to browse the books available and there will be time after school for parents to look too. More details will be emailed.

Fair Trade enrichment day – Friday 14th February. The whole school will be undertaking different tasks linked to their area of Fair Trade. Year 4 will be looking at sugar.

 

Thank you for your continued support,

Year 4 team

Year 3 – Spring Term

Jan
10

We have had a great first week back and the children loved the trip to Warner Brothers Studios today. I’m sure the children will tell you all about the amazing sets, costumes, props and scary creatures, especially the fire breathing dragon and giant spiders.

This half term we will be learning about animal and human nutrition and skeletons/bones in science.

In RE we will look at beliefs and practices, including key celebrations.

In Maths we will start by learning how to use column subtraction.

In English we are going to be writing a conquering monster tale and an information text about dragons.

Please continue to read daily at home and practice spellings and times table.

We would like to take the opportunity to thank you for all the lovely gifts we received at the end of last term!

 

Thank you for your continued support

Year 3 team

Christmas Market Friday

Dec
12
A reminder that Wormley Primary is hosting a Christmas Market on Friday 13th December. The doors open at 3:15 and admission is free. 
  • Santa’s Grotto  
  • Refreshments (tea, coffee, cakes, mince pies, luxury hot chocolate)
  • Christmas calendars/books
  • Reindeer food
  • Reindeer cones
  • Face painting 
  • Kids arts and crafts  
  • Hook a Duck
  • Guess the sweeties in the jar
  • Guess the name of the teddy 
  • Retro sweets for sale 
  • Raffle  
  •  Art for sale  
  • Local businesses  

There will be experienced Christmas market stall holders as well as stalls run by the children of Broxbourne Secondary and Wormley Primary School. All the money raised goes to the children’s partner charities Breathe Easy and Forever Ahead Community.

Please come and join in the fun!

Christmas Raffle

Dec
10

Our Christmas Raffle is back! There are many good quality prizes to be won which are on display in front reception. Tickets are £1 and can be purchased on the playground or front front reception.