Class News 12.1.24

What a wonderful first week back we have had! We have some very tired children ready for a well deserved rest this weekend. We began our new term, by looking back (for our Y4 children) to the Romans. This will help us as we move on to our new topic ‘Raiders’, see the bottom of this page for more information. On Wednesday we had our first music lesson of the term with Mrs Collins we also had our first singing assembly which we all really enjoyed. In maths we have been working on multiplying, some of us have found this tricky, especially multiplying by 100, but we’ve kept working hard. As part of our English lessons, we watched the arrests of the three little pigs! We’re getting ready to write our own diary entry all about the well known story. We ended the week with a wonderful pantomime, Cinderella. What a lovely way to end our super busy week!

Have a lovely weekend everyone. See you all from 8.40 on Monday morning.

Notices & Dates

  • PE is on a Monday and Wednesday
    • Please come to school in the correct P.E. kit (black shorts/leggings/joggers, plain white t-shirt, black trainers/plimsols and a red school jumper/cardigan).

Pupil of the Week

In 2SS – Otis for excellent listening and contributions in class. Keep up the great work Otis.

In 2BH – Layla for her fantastic ideas in English. Super work Layla!

In 2HH – Harriet for making great progress in reading. Well done Harriet.

A huge well done to these superstars who have all excelled this week 🙂

Reader of the Week

The following children have read at least 3 times this week. Well done.

Aya, Zara, Alex, Edith, Hazel, Rayan, Hizar, Jack,Helen, Eddie, Oli, Otis, Isabelle and Isla W from 2SS.

Bella, Mason, Subhan, Shanaya, Ellisia, Jemima, Luna, Grace, Freddie, Chloe, Nyolah and Mika from 2BH.

Amber, Esme, Harry, Isabelle, Riley, Ishaaq, Isla, JJ, Marcus, Millie, Olah and Olivia from 2HH.

Please try to make sure your child has their reading book and reading record every day. Let’s see if we can add to this list next week.

Respect Award

In 2BH – Mason for always being kind to others. Well done Mason.

In 2SS – Scarlett for always having beautiful manners.

In 2HH – Millie for always caring for her friends.

Superstar spellers

Well done to the following children for scoring 10/10 in their spellings this week:

Alex, Rumaysaa, Edith, Hizar, Eva, Oli, Subhan, Jemima, Freddie, Harry, Musa A, Ishaaq, Isla, JJ.

Remember, your spellings are on spelling shed and or class page each week.

Mathematical Rockstars

The Times Table stars this week for achieving 10/10 are:

Alex, Rumaysaa, Edith, Isha, Rayan, Chloe, Hizar, Lewis, Musa S, Eva, Leia, Pixie, Scarlett, Albie, Eddie, Elsie, Otis, Isla, Tommy, Isabelle C, Layla B, Bella, Peyton, Toyah, Subhan, Shanaya, Elissia, Jemima, Reuben, Bailey, Leo, Luna, Grace, Vincent, Freddie, Chloe, Raania, Clayton, Mika, Parker, Amber, Ava, Caesar, Harry, Isabelle W, Musa, Riley, Shanaya, Eveyah, Harriet, Ishaaq, Isla, JJ, Luca, Lucas, Millie, Olah and Olivia. Wow what a lot of superstars this week!


Happy Birthday to Musa A, who celebrated his birthday this week.

We hope you had a great day!

New topic – Raiders

This half term we’re travelling back in time to discover more about the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings. We’ll look back first to the work Y4 did in Y3 on the Romans, then look at how Anglo-Saxons shaped Britain before ending our topic with the Viking invasion and the Battle of Hastings. Please find our knowledge organisor below which explains the timeline and some vocabulary your children will be talking about.

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