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Snow Leopard Class webpage...
For 2017-18, Snow Leopard Class is a Year Four class. We follow a three year rolling programme of learning that enables us to ensure that children do not unnecessarily encounter the same learning twice, whilst ensuring that the knowledge and skills for each subject are taught. The children’s own interests are incorporated within our themes, thus making their learning more personal and relevant.
As our Year Four children are the oldest in the school, they have the opportunity to take on more responsibilities to help our school run smoothly.
w/c Monday 18th September
Our focus this week is letter writing. In our SPaG lesson, we will concentrate on using capital letters for proper nouns (the names of people, places and organisations). We will then go on to write a letter linked to our class reading book (James and the Giant Peach).
Our focus this week is applying our knowledge of number bonds when solving calculations and word problems. We will also be practising our times-tables.
What are we learning this half-term?
Our themes this half-term are...
THE UNITED KINGDOM
In our COMPUTING lessons, we are learning about how to program using the Scratch software.
In PE sessions we are working with:
In French lessons, we are improving our basic conversation skills and expanding our vocabulary through the subjects of meetings, greetings and introductions.
In MUSIC lessons, we are learning the fundamentals of pulse, rhythm, pitch and dynamics through singing and learning to play recorders and glockenspiels.
Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL) TBC
The Home Learning sheet for this half-term will be found below the Gallery...