Y3/4 Class News 10.05.24

As the weather gets hotter please be sun aware at school.

A very busy four day week for everyone in Year 3/4. In English we have been listening to inspiring speeches by Martin Luther King Jr and Malala Yousafzia in order to get ready to write our own speeches demanding the protection of children’s rights. In Maths we have continued with working on money but next it will be reading the time using both a digital and an analogue clock. It has been Sun Awareness week, the British Association of Dermatologists are running a summer-long Sun Awareness campaign. This week to we have reinforce the need for sun protection at school and we have tried to inspire people to raise awareness themselves by creating a Sun Safe Poster.

Please support your child at home to access TTRS as often as possible and to complete their homework each week as this will help them to secure their multiplication tables knowledge. Check out our loyalty card winners below.

You will receive an invitation from your child to the open afternoons. PLEASE REPLY to ensure books are prepared for your visit.

Notices and Dates

PE is on a Wednesday and Thursday

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)

Summer Term 1: Open afternoon dates – in the dining hall
Thursday 16th May 2.45pm Y4 (2HH/2BH/2SS)
Thursday 23rd May 2.45pm Y3 (2HH/2BH/2SS)

Pupil of the Week

A big well done to our Pupils of the Week in Y3/4 this week.

In 2HH, Nancy P, for showing great resilience in all lessons. Keep it up Nancy!

In 2SS, Mrs Savage has chosen Leia for coming back to school after her operation with a positive attitude and enthusiasm. Well done for being brave!

In 2BH, Subhan received the Pupil of the week for his amazing effort in Maths. Well done Subhan!

Super Star Readers

Brilliant effort to the following children who have read at least 3 times at home this week:

Aya, Skyla, Alex, Isha, Hazel, Rayan, Hizar, Jack, Helen, Albie, Eddie, Oli S, Elsie, Isla W, Tommy, Bella, Georgie, Mason, Subhan, Shanaya G, Leo, Grace, Vincent, Chloe, Nancy J, Mika, Ava, Dayton, Esmae, Harry, Isabelle W, Musa A, Riley, Saffron, Alice, Isla B, JJ, Lucas, Marcus, Millie, Olah and Olivia.

TTRS Loyalty Card Winners

The following children won bottomless juice, first lunch and an extra outside play by filling their loyalty card. Next week, if the children go on TTRS for 15 mins at home on four occations and get their loyalty card stamped by Miss Horvath more winning prizes will be on offer.

Well done to:-

In 2HH – Elizabeth, Isla, Lucas, Marcus, JJ and Millie. In 2BH – Toyah, Georgie, Shanaya, Parker, Chloe and Vincent In 2SS – Alex, Jack, Chloe and Lewis.

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