Welcome to Class 4’s page
This page is designed to let you know all about what Class 4 get up to!
We hope you enjoy looking at what we are learning all about. If you have any other questions please feel free to ask us on the door, in the morning or at the end of each day.
Class Teacher: Mrs Hosford
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Johnson
Visual Reality Workshop!
What a wonderful experience! The children had a fantastic time exploring space. Through visual reality headsets the children were able to visit different planets and see our solar system. They loved it!
Let's get busy!
Welcome back children! You have settled well in to Class 4 and have gotten stuck in to your learning! We have some lovely work on the walls already and some wonderful story telling. This year is going to be fantastic, so let's get busy learning!
PE will be on Tuesdays. Please can PE kit be in school at all times. We will ensure the kit is sent home at the holidays to be washed; please can it be returned to school on the first day back.
Our Forest School sessions are on a Thursday each week. Please ensure Forest School kit is worn to school on Thursday mornings. Your child will bring in their uniform in a separate bag. This will mean children will get more time outside in the Forest School area!
Homework goes home every Friday and must be completed and returned the following the Friday. Homework consists of daily reading logged in their home-school reading diary, a Maths Facts game/activity and a set of spelling words to learn. These spellings link with the Year 1 tricky word list and the sound of the week. Children are tested on these spellings every Friday.
Maths Facts website links:
Phonics and the National Screening Check
What is the Year 1 phonics screening check?
The phonics screening check is taken individually by all children in Year 1 in England. It is designed to give teachers and parents information on how your child is progressing in phonics.
What does it check?
It checks that your child can:
- Sound out and blend graphemes/sounds in order to read simple words.
- Read phonically decodable one-syllable and two-syllable words, e.g. cat, sand, windmill.
- Read a selection of nonsense words which are referred to as pseudo/alien words
What are alien words?
These are words that are phonically decodable but are not actual words with an associated meaning e.g. brip, snorb. Alien words are included in the check specifically to assess whether your child can decode a word using phonics skills and not their memory.
to find out more visit: Oxford Owl
We cover a range of aspects in Maths across the year. For the Autumn term we will be covering:
- Place Value
Numberblocks is fantastic to watch at home to support our teaching of counting, adding and subtracting. You can also find more Numberblocks materials to support your child's learning https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/numberblocks.
Talk for Writing
During our Talk for Writing sessions we learn and innovate lots of different stories and texts. Over the next term we are looking at:
- Poetry - The Bug Chant
- Fiction - Our Colourful World
To learn more about Talk for Writing, visit: here