Ruby

Year 3/4 – Ruby

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TeacherMrs Kirsty Burridge
Teaching AssistantMrs Tracey Hinton
PPA coverMrs Anita Foster-Bazin & Go-Active

Welcome to Term 2

WELCOME BACK! 

I hope you have had a relaxing half term and you are ready for a new and exciting term. We have so much to get through before we start to think about the ‘C’ word.

Our topic is called ‘Empire Strikes Back. Children will be focusing on the Romans and will investigate how they shaped not only the Roman Empire but how  they changed the shape of Britain. We will link DT to this topic and children will be designing and making their own armour.

We are also looking at ‘Human Body’ and children will be studying the organs that help us stay alive, the digestive system, the skeleton and the function of the bones as well as identifying the different types of teeth.

The Building Learning Power theme this term is ‘Responsibility’, which will be a focus throughout the term, especially looking at being responsible

  • next to water
  • during bonfire night 
  • during dark nights
  • for ourselves and others

Please talk to your children about what they have learnt as part of our BLP work

Open Door Policy

DON’T FORGET! Here at Cherhill we operate an open door policy. If you need to discuss anything, please feel free to pop into the classroom before or after school starts. If you require a longer meeting please make an appointment via the school office.

Home learning

  • Children need to complete their work in books in appropriate blue pen (no felt-tip or coloured/gel pens) or pencil, and hand it in the next day.
  • The children need to continue to take the responsibility to note down their home learning each week and any other important information they need to remember in their home learning records.
  • Home learning should only take approximately 20 minutes (7 minutes for brainbusters). If your child takes longer to complete the work, please let us know as soon as possible. If it is not possible to complete home learning on the set day, please let us know via the home learning diaries, otherwise your child will have to complete home learning at lunchtime that day.
  • We will recognise those children that consistently complete high quality home learning, with a reward ceremony at the end of each term.

Reading

We expect the children to read at least 3 times a week, which needs to include their bug club book at least twice. Each time your child reads to someone at home and a comment is written in their reading record they will receive a reward point and a raffle ticket which will now be kept in a separate reading box. If they manage to read for four consecutive evenings they will receive 2 further raffle tickets. The raffle tickets allow the children entry into The Grand Draw will be held at the end of each term, so get reading!

Home Learning Timetable

  • Monday – Reading and Spelling activity
  • Tuesday – Reading
  • Wednesday – Reading and Handwriting
  • Thursday – Reading
  • Friday – Reading and Maths (Brainbusters)

As part of Healthy Schools, could we remind you that we encourage healthy eating at snack time and ask that if children bring a snack to school it is healthy (this may include fruit, vegetables and breadsticks).

Regards

Mrs K Burridge

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