Class News in Y3/4 – 27/10/23

Super, super busy last week in our Gods and Mortals Topic. A fabulous Wednesday topic day had everyone writing the Greek alphabet, creating Greek vases, cooking and tasting a variety of foods and enjoying a mini Olympics.

In English we wrote a letter to Mrs Hewitt-Best asking for the return of Golden Time. The children were extremely persuasive in their ideas and published their work with well set out letters. We continued looking at addition and subtraction in Maths while in History we considered how important the Ancient Greeks had been to the development of the modern world.

In the new half term will will be learning about ‘Rocks, Relics and Rumbles’ a super new topic with lots of marvelous geographical connections. Please remember if you are in swimming group 2 to bring your swim kit with you on the first day back, Tuesday 7th November.

Have a happy holiday week from all the staff in Y3/4.

Dates and Notices

PE next half term will be on a Wednesday

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

Year 4 swimming Group 2 – Tuesday 7th November – Friday 17th November daily.

IMPORTANT To celebrate World Book day in March ’24, we’ll be holding a week of activities around the theme ‘Reading is magic’.  To help us to celebrate in school, we’d welcome any donations of Halloween decorations you may have from this year.  There will also be a dressing up day, so if you have witch/wizard/Harry Potter costumes, please keep them to use during this week.  If you have any decorations we could use, please send them into school after half term, from Tuesday 7th November.  More information about our reading week will be shared in the new year.  Thank you for your continued support.

Pupil of the Week

In 2SS – Lewis for super progress with handwriting and having an excellent start to Year 4!

In 2BH –

In 2HH – Ava for being super supportive to her fellow class members and improving her skills in Y4

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

Reader of the Week

Well done to the following children for reading 3 times a week at home!

In 2SS – Aya, Zara, Alex, Edith, Rumaysaa, Rayan, Hizar, Jack, Lewis, Musa, Eva, Leia, Isabelle Pixie, Ella, Scarlett, Helen, Albie, Eddie, Oliver, Isla W and Tommy.

In 2BH – Bella, Mason, Subhan, Shanaya, Ellisia, Luna, Melissa, Chloe, Vincent, Nyoloh, Raania, Mika, Lilly P, and Kendall.

In 2HH – Amber, Aston, Ava, Nancy, Riley, Eveyah, Isla B, JJ, Lucas, Marcus, Olah and Olivia.

Mathematical Rockstars

In 2SS – Alex, Rayan, Hizar, Lewis, Musa, Leia, Helen, Eddie, Oliver, Eddie, Otis and Isla.

In 2BH – Mason, Subhan, Shanaya, Ellisia, Leo, Chloe, Nancy-Louise, Ivanah, Mika and Lily.

In 2HH – Amber, Aston, Musa, Rose, Saffron, Shanaya, Alice, Eveyah, Isla, JJ, Millie, Olah and Rayaan.

Respect Award

In 2SS – Edith for always choosing to do the right thing and consistently being helpful to others.

In 2BH

In 2HH – Marcus the his kind and considerate way he works with others.


Happy Birthday to Helen who celebrates her birthday in the half term holidays.

We hope you have a great day!

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