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Welcome to Year 4 Holly Class!

 

Class Teacher: Mrs Briggs

Class TA: Mrs Walsh

HI TA: Miss Maclaren

 

email: hollyclass@cirrustrust.onmicrosoft.com

 

PE Slots - please come to school wearing your PE kit on PE days

Tuesday: outdoor PE (white t-shirt, school jumper, joggers/leggings, trainers)

Wednesday: indoor PE (white t-shirt, shorts, trainers)

 

This Week’s Learning – wb 23.01.2023

This week, we have been looking at how the Romans have influence life in modern Britain.  We have learnt that the Romans introduced rabbits and stinging nettles into the countryside of Britain!  

 

In Maths this week, we have begun our work on fractions.  We have learnt about unit and non-unit fractions and building on our learning from Year 3. Your homework this week is to solve problems about fractions of a number.

 

Bonjour!  This week we have been sorting classroom objects into whether they are masculine or feminine nouns.  We then learnt that the spelling of the colour can change if an object is masculine or feminine.  Next week we will be designing our own pencil cases with items of different colours.  You could practice colours using this song.

 

Next Term’s Learning – wb 30.01.23

Next week in topic, we will be begin to draft our own stories about two children who time travel back to Roman Britain.  We will be using our learning about inverted commas to include speech in these.  

 

In maths next week, we are going to continue to look at fractions and start thinking about equivalent fractions and adding fractions with the same denominator.   

 

 

Stars of the Week – 27.01.23

This week, our stars are

 

Eva and Nithin!

 

Well done to you all!

 

Notices for parents – we 30.01.23

Please note, you will receive a letter from school informing you of which classes will be open during the teacher strikes.  Please note that Year 4 Holly Class WILL be open on Wednesday 1st February.  You will receive further letters about the other days closer to the dates. If you have any questions about the teacher strikes, please do not hessite to speak with me at the end of the day.

This Week’s Learning – wb 16.01.2023

This week, we have been planning and writing up our newspaper reports about Boudicca’s rebellion.  The children have really enjoyed typing these up too and would like to take them home to show you when they are finished!  We will pop some on our gallery page too.

 

In Maths this week, we have been solving 2 step word problems with division.  This was tricky but by the end of the week we were amazing at this!  Great work team!

 

Bonjour!  This week we have been reading and colouring different classroom objects.  You could practice colours by going to the Busy Things website, clicking Key Stage 2, year 3/4, languages, French and then scrolling down to the colour activity.  Next week we will learn that the spelling of the colour can change depending on whether the object is masculine or feminine

 

Next Term’s Learning – wb 21.01.23

Next week in topic, we will be looking at the impact the Romans had on Britain.  We will be looking at what is still left behind from the Roman era.

 

In maths next week, we will are going to be looking at fractions of shapes and fractions of amount. 

 

 

Stars of the Week – 20.01.23

This week, our stars are

 

Georgie and Katya!

 

Well done to you all!

 

This Week’s Learning – wb 9.01.2023

This week, we have been looking at the battles that the Roman army undertook during their invasion of Britain.

We also looked at the Celtic Queen, Boudicca and watched clips about her.

 

In Maths this week, we have been solving 2 step word problems.  We had multiplication & addition problems to solve and multiplication & subtraction.  We used a bar model to represent the problem and then solved them using column multiplication – although we found word problems tricky, we were very good at column multiplication!  

 

Bonjour! This week we had lots of fun conducting a science experiment in French.  We used the classroom objects that we learnt last week and tested whether they floated or sank.  Next week we will be doing a reading activity on classroom objects.  You can practice classroom objects at home by going to the Busy Things website, clicking Key Stage 2, year 3/4, languages, French and then scrolling down to the classroom objects activity.

 

Next Term’s Learning – wb 16.01.23

Next week in topic. We are going to be planning and writing our newspaper reports about Boudicca’s final battle.  We confidently explained that we have already written newspapers in Year 3 about Howard Carter’s discovering of Tutankhamun so we have high hopes for these!

 

In maths next week, we will be continuing our work on word problems but this time using division and subtraction or division and addition.  

 

 

Stars of the Week – 06.01.23

Last week, our stars were

 

Binar and Varvara!

 

Stars of the Week – 13.01.23

This week, our stars are

 

Billy and Hailey!

 

Well done to you all!

 

This Week’s Learning – wb 12.12.22

This week, we have finished our fabulous writing based on the story of Pearl and Merrin travelling through the digestive system!  It was called ‘The Lucky Escape.’

We also finished our experiment to see which drink was best for our teeth and which was the worst – we were very shocked to see that it was orange juice!

 

In Maths this week, we have been looking at division and using the short method (bus stop method) to solve division problems.   

 

Next Term’s Learning – wb 2.01.23

Our Spring 1 topic is ‘The Raging Romans’.  We will start the week off on Wednesday with a visit from a Roman soldier (please pop over to Arbor to pay for this experience!).  We will then look at where Rome is and plot the invasion of the Roman Army.

 

In maths, we will be continuing our work on division using the short division method.

Bonjour! This half term we will be learning how to say pencil case items in French.  This week we have begun to learn the names of some basic items that you can find in a pencil case.  Next week we will be conducting a science experiment in French!  

 

Stars of the Week – 16.12.22

This week, our stars are

 

Oltis and Layla!

 

Olivia and Mohammed!

 

Well done to you all!

 

Parent Information – 16.12.22

Tuesday 3rd January 2023 is an INSET day, so we are looking forward to welcoming the children back on Wednesday 4th January 2023.

 

 Wednesday 4th January 2023 – Roman Visitor

This Week’s Learning – wb 28.11.22

This week, we have been learning all about the digestive system.  We labelled the parts of the body that are responsible for digestion, and we were very shocked to learn that it was 9 metres long!   

We also spent a lesson recreating what happens when we eat – ending up in us making poo.  Please pop over to the gallery pages to see what we did!

 

In Maths this week, we have continued our work on multiplication and we have used the column method to multiple a 2 or 3 digit number by a 1 digit number.

 

Bonjour!  This week we have been writing about our own opinions of sports.  Next week we will be continuing this work.  To practice counting in French, ask your child to count different objects around the house. 

 

Next Week’s Learning – wb 5.12.22

Next week in topic, we are going to be looking at the book – ‘The Lucky Escape’ and we will be changing the ending to this story.  We will write our own narrative about what happens to Pearl and Merrin once they leave Robbie’s large intestine!  

 

In maths, we are going to start looking at division – thinking about how we can use our times tables knowledge to solve division problems.  

 

 

Stars of the Week – 2.12.22

This week, our stars are

 

Kenzie-Leigh and Lily-Mai!

 

Well done to you both!

 

Parent Information – 5.12.22

Important dates for the last week of term:

 

 

Mon 12th December PTA Christmas Market in the school hall, 3.30-6.30pm

 

 

 

Weds 14th December: Christmas Lunch and Christmas Jumper Day – Children can wear a Christmas jumper or Christmas T shirt on this day with the rest of their normal school uniform.

 

Weds 14th December pm: Year 4, 5, 6 Christmas performance.

 

Thurs 15th December am.: Year 4,5,6 Christmas performance.

 

Friday 16th December: Final Day of Term – early finish at 1.35pm.

 

This Week’s Learning – wb 21.11.22

This week, we have continued to look at the Olympics and the Paralympics.  We learnt about different Paralympic events and then wrote a letter to Mrs Green to ask her to buy some specialist equipment so we can try some of these events.  Please pop over to the gallery to see some of these fantastic letters! 

 

 

In Maths this week, we have started our unit on multiplication.  We have learnt about the associative and distributive laws in multiplication – these would help us to solve 5 x 42 x 6.  Ask your child to see if they can tell you how they would go about solving this! 

 

Bonjour!  This week we have been listening carefully to recordings of French people talking about their opinions of sports.  Next week, we will begin to write about our own opinions of different sports in French.  Have a listen to this song to help with learning your numbers in French.

 

Next Week’s Learning – wb 28.11.22

Next week in topic, we are going to be learning about teeth, nutrition and digestion.   We will learn about how our bodies digest food and writing an explanation of how it works!   

 

In maths, we are going to be using column multiplication to multiply a 1 digit number by a 2 or 3 digit number.   

 

Stars of the Week – 25.11.22

This week, our stars are

 

Miguel and Indie!

 

Well done to you both!

 

 

This Week’s Learning – wb 14.11.22

This week, we have been looking at the Olympics and the Paralympics.  We first looked at the Olympics in Ancient Greece and then we compared these to the modern Olympics.  We especially liked learning about the Paralympics and had a great debate about these.  We decided that as the Paralympics are so important, that we would like to write to Mrs Green to ask if we could have PE equipment that might be used in Paralympics so that we can include this in our PE curriculum and learn more about these events.  We have started planning a persuasive letter to Mrs Green. You have a Home Learning task linked to this so please pop along to the Home Learning Page to find out about it!

 

 

In Maths this week, we have been learning how to solve word problems linked to addition and subtraction.  We all found this very tricky and will be revisiting this again in Year 4. We’ve added some word problem questions to the Home Learning page, this is not a homework task, but if you and your child would like to practice more, you have the opportunity!

 

Bonjour!  We have continued to practice how to give opinions of sports this week and next week we will be listening to real French people talking about their favourite sports. 

 

Next Week’s Learning – wb 14.11.22

Next week in topic, we are going to be write up our persuasive letters to Mrs Green to see if she can buy some PE equipment that allows us to experience the events in the Paralympics. 

 

In maths, we are starting multiplication!  We will learn about the commutative, associative and distributive laws!

 

Stars of the Week – 18.11.22

This week, our stars are

 

Billy and Lullena!

 

Well done to you both!

 

Parent Information – 21.11.22

 

Thank you to everyone who attended our book fair – we raised a lot of money and as a reward our school will be able to select some free books for our classrooms!

 

We took part in a Times Tables Rock Stars challenge called England Rocks.  Our school came 100 out of 4,000 schools in England!  Year 4 was in competition with Year 3 and we won!  Miss Dowding will have a treat for us on Monday as a reward!

The top 10 children in the competition had to stand up in assembly on Friday, and our Leja was 9th in the whole school! 

Congratulations Leja!

 

Don’t forget to check our home learning page for the weekly homework task and spellings for the week!

This Week’s Learning – wb 7.11.22

 

This week, we have been looking at instructions – specifically recipes.  We looked at a healthy beanburger recipe and we also wrote out our cookie recipe.  These will lead us onto work about healthy and unhealthy choices – letting the children know that it is ok to have treats like cookies every now and again!

 

In maths this week, we have been using column subtraction to solve take away and word problems.  We have completed calculations with 4 digit numbers and even some with exchanging in the tens, hundreds or thousands!   

 

 Bonjour!  This week we have been learning how to say our opinions of different sports.  Next week we will continue to practice this with listening to real French people talking about sports.  You could practice numbers at home by playing some of these games.

 

 

Next Week’s Learning – wb 14.11.22

 

Next week in topic, we are going to be writing persuasive letters – we will link this to our work on Sports; specifically Paralympics. 

 

In maths, we will be looking at word problems; progressing on to 2 step word problems that include both addition and subtraction! 

 

Stars of the Week – 4.11.22

 

This week, our stars are

 

Aneki and Billie-May!

 

Well done to you both!

 

Parent Information – 14.11.22

 

There is lots going on next week so thank you for coming to the blog to check it out!

Monday 14th  – Friday 18th; the book fair is visiting and the children have come home with one book that they might like to buy.

 

Monday 14th – World Diabetes Day; please bring in £1 and dress in blue to raise awareness for diabetes.

 

Monday 14th – Friday 18th; Anti-bullying week:  the children will be doing daily activities linked to this and on Monday 14th they can come to school wearing odd socks!

 

Friday 18th – Children in Need; children can wear headbands, bands or badges to support this if you would like.  It will be usual school uniform on that day.

 

Don’t forget to check our home learning page for the weekly homework task and spellings for the week!

This Week’s Learning – wb 1.11.22

 

We have started our new topic this week – Sport in Action.  This topic will include lessons on different sports, the Olympics, the football World Cup, healthy bodies, life cycles of humans and much more!  It is a very full and busy half term!

 

We have started our topic sessions looking at places around the world and then focussing in on cities and towns in the United Kingdom.  We linked these cities of famous sports people who live there.  We looked specifical at Sir Lewis Hamilton and all of his fantastic achievements since he was 6 years old!

 

We then moved on to instructional texts and even had to carefully follow instructions to make our own chocolate chip cookies – we chose cooking for our marble jar award last half term! Check out our gallery pages for photographs!

 

In maths this week, we have been using column addition to solve adding number and word problems.  We have completed calculations with 4 digit numbers and even some with bridging in the ones, tens, hundreds or thousands!   

 

 Bonjour!  This half term, we will be learning how to say different sports in French and give our opinions.  This week we have been learning how to say some sports in French and looking at some of the similarities with English words.  We will also continue to practice numbers from 1-12.  You could help at home using this video

 

Next Week’s Learning – wb 7.11.22

 

Next week in topic, we are going to use the photographs from our cooking lesson the previous week to write our own instructions for how to bake chocolate chip cookies.    

 

In maths, we will be looking at column subtraction that will include exchanges in the tens, hundreds and even thousands!

 

Stars of the Week – 4.11.22

 

This week, our stars are

 

Lexi-Mai and Jesaiah!

 

Well done to you both!

 

Parent Information – 7.11.22

 

Don’t forget to check our home learning page for the weekly homework task and spellings for the week!

This Week’s Learning – wb 3.10.22

This week we have been looking at the impact of deforestation on the environment.  We have some very sympathetic and empathic children in Year 4 and they are very keen to get involved and do their part in supporting zero deforestation pledges.   

 

In topic this week, we have been writing each day about the impact of deforestation on animals, plants and then humans.  In Year 4, we have also focussed on using fronted adverbials for every sentence to really push out how awful the implications are.  Our work of the week was ‘anticipated’ and we were very impressed to see how some of the children even managed to get this into their writing!  We can’t wait to show you these at parents’ evening.

 

In maths this week, we have been looking at Roman numerals.  With the use of help sheets, the children were able to crack codes written in Roman numerals!

Later in the week, we moved onto negative numbers.  The children were fantastic at using negative numbers in calculations and even saw the pattern when counting through 0 to a negative number.  

 

Bonjour!  This week we have continued to look at adjectives to describe animals.  You could watch this video which shows “Cher Zoo” (Dear Zoo) read in French.  Your child could then identify some of the animal words and adjectives that we have been learning.  Next week we will begin to write a “Bizarre Animal” poem.

 

Next Week’s Learning – wb 10.10.22

 

Next week in topic, we are going to take part in a class debate about the negative and positive implications of deforestation.  We are then going to be writing a persuasive letter convincing a large company to try harder at reducing deforestation.   

 

In maths, we are now leaving place value and starting our new mini topic of addition and subtraction.  We are starting by looking at addition and subtraction on a number line.  

in the song using the pictures

 

In French next week we will be drafting our “Bizarre Animal” poem.   

 

Stars of the Week – 30.09.22

This week, our stars are

 

Alysha and Aharshi

 

Well done to you both!

 

Parent Information – 7.20.22

Don’t forget to check our class gallery for photographs of what we have been up to and our home learning page for the weekly homework tasks!

This Week’s Learning – wb 26.09.22

 

This week we had a wonderful visit from Zoolab and we got to look at some of the animals we might find in a rainforest – we even got to hold a giant snail, millepede and a snake!  Hannah from Zoolab was wonderful and told us lots of information about the animals, plants and even about deforestation.  Please pop over to the Gallery to take a look at some of the photographs from the day.

 

In topic this week, we have been writing our own stories based on the story of The Great Kapok tree. Once we have finished editing these stories, we will get to take a copy home and share our wonderful writing with you!

 

In maths this week, we have been looking at number bonds to 100.  We were amazing at this and by the end of the week we were even able to solve word problems linked to number bonds!  

 

Bonjour!  This week we have been learning how to use adjectives to describe in French.  Ask your child what words they might use in French to describe your pets.  Next week we will continue to use our adjectives and animal vocabulary and our work will be based on Rod Campbell’s storybook “Dear Zoo”. 

 

Next Week’s Learning – wb 3.10.22

 

 

Next week in topic, we start to look at deforestation and what we can do to help to reduce this.   

 

In maths, we will be looking at different number systems.  We will be learning about Roman numerals and even cracking codes linked to these!

 

In French next week we will continue to look at adjectives to describe animals.

 

Stars of the Week – 30.09.22

 

This week, our stars are

 

Binar and Nithin

 

Well done to you both!

 

 

 

Parent Information - 30.9.22

Don’t forget individual children’s photos are on Thursday 6th October, please ensure your child is dressed in full school uniform.

 

Today (Friday 30th September), we had a fire drill practice and a lockdown practice.  The children were all absolutely amazing and did us very proud.  Some of them were a little upset at the lockdown drill - it was very loud!  Please let us know if they need us to talk to them anymore about it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Week’s Learning – wb 19.09.22

This week we have looked at the different animals found in the rainforest and looked at ways we could group them.  We then went of J2E and created a branching database.  I know they would love to share these with you so please ask your child to log into their J2E account.

 

In Maths we had the tricky task of placing 4 digit numbers onto a blank numberline.  We all did extremely well when the numberline was numbered, but it was a bit harder to work out when the numberline was blank!  However, as always, Year 4 put their utmost effort into working this out!

 

Bonjour!  This week we have been learning how to use adjectives to describe in French.  Ask your child what words they might use in French to describe your pets. 

 

Next Week’s Learning – wb 26.09.22

Next week, we will be gathering vocabulary at the beginning of the week ready to write our own stories of life in the rainforest.  We will be using the book ‘The Great Kapok Tree’ to base our stories on. 

 

In maths, we will be using our knowledge of number bonds to 10, 100 and 1000 to support problem solving questions to 1000.

 

In French next week we will continue to use our adjectives and animal vocabulary and our work will be based on Rod Campbell’s storybook “Dear Zoo”.  If you have a copy in English at home, it might be worth a little read to refresh their memory of the story.

 

Stars of the Week – 23.09.22

This week, our stars are

 

Hailey and Tommy

 

Well done to you both!

 

 

Parent/Carer Information – 26.09.22

 

Please can we remind you that for PE days, long hair needs to be tied up and earrings need to be removed. 

 

 

Zoolab this week!  The children are very excited that Zoolab will be visiting us on Tuesday (27th September), if you child has any phobia or fear of animals, please let me know beforehand!

 

 

This Week’s Learning – wb 12.09.22

It has been another wonderful week in Year 4!  We are all so impressed with the learning attitudes of everyone in Year 4; even when things get trickier, no one gives up or gets disheartened.

 

In topic this week, we have been drafting our information texts about the Amazon rainforest.  We have used our laptops to research key facts and thought carefully about the Year 4 writing expectations when forming our sentences.  The finished leaflets will be going to Year 3 to help them when they start in Year 4!

 

In Maths this week, we have continued using place value counters and grids to add and subtract thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones from 4-digit numbers. Take a look at our fantastic work on the gallery page! We also introduced Gattegno charts to help with this too. 

There have been no fluency or arithmetic tests this week as we have been completing baseline activities, but next week they will start again.  Children will bring home marked fluency and arithmetic tests each day so that you can see where you may need to support further at home.

  

Bonjour! In French this week, we began our new topic “Cher Zoo” (Dear Zoo).  We looked at the names of lots of different zoo animals in French and noticed lots of similarities with the English words. You could log into your Busy Things account to practice.  Go to Busy Things, KS2, Year 3/4, languages, French and click on the animal worksheet. 

 

 

Next Week’s Learning – wb 19.09.22

Due to the Queen’s funeral, school will be closed on Monday.

 

Next week, we will be look more into the different animals we may find in the rainforests around the whole.  We will look at grouping and classifying these in our science sessions.  

 

In maths, we will be using our place value knowledge of 4 digit numbers to plot numbers on a blank numberline.   

 

 

In French next week, we will be learning how to write the names of the animals. 

 

Stars of the Week – 16.09.22

This week, our stars are

 

Varvara and Katya

 

Well done to you both!

 

 

Parent/Carer Information – 19.09.22

Please can we remind you that for PE days, long hair needs to be tied up and earrings need to be removed. 

 

 

Zoolab – this has now moved to Tuesday 27th September as the original date is now a bank holiday.  Thank you to everyone for your prompt payment with this, we still have some monies outstanding but are confident these will all be paid so that we can go ahead with the exciting event!

 

Please visit Home Learning for our homework for this week.  Homework is expected to be handed each by Thursday each week.  There is a Tuesday lunchtime club for any who think they may not be able to complete it this week.

 

Cycle to School Week; 3-7th October

We are encouraging everyone to take part and make a pledge.  See letter and poster below!

 

 

 

Have a wonderful weekend everyone!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Week’s Learning – wb 5.09.22

We are so proud of how well everyone has returned to school after the summer break!  We are clearly enjoying our new topic ‘Thunderous Rainforests’ and already know so many facts about rainforests and the animals that live there.

 

We have really enjoyed using our 1:1 devices and class and some of our favourite lessons have been Typing Club and Spellings Blast!  Children can log into these at home too using their usual username and password (pop us an email at Holly Class if you have lost these!)

 

 

 

 

We have used our place value counters in maths to represent 4 digit numbers.  We were a little worried about numbers with thousands, but using the counters and the Dienes apparatus really supported our learning and we all made fantastic progress in just 1 week!  Take a look at our gallery page to see some of the photographs!

 

Bonjour! In French this week, we began our new topic “Cher Zoo” (Dear Zoo).  We looked at the names of lots of different zoo animals in French and noticed lots of similarities with the English words. You could log into your Busy Things account to practice.  Go to Busy Things, KS2, Year 3/4, languages, French and click on the animal worksheet. 

 

 

Next Week’s Learning – wb 12.09.22

Next week, we will be using our knowledge to write our own information texts about rainforests.  We will use our laptops to research life in the rainforest and to gather vocabulary that will help us with our reports.

 

In maths, we will be using our place value knowledge of 4 digit numbers to add and subtract thousands, hundreds, tens and ones.  We will use our place value counters to support us.

 

 

In French next week, we will be learning how to write the names of the animals. 

 

Stars of the Week – 9.09.22

This week, our stars are

 

Yad and Chingu

 

Well done to you both!

 

We have been so impressed with the behaviour and attitude to learning from ALL of Holly class this week – well done to everyone!

 

Parent/Carer Information – 12.09.22

Please can we remind you that for PE days, long hair needs to be tied up and earrings need to be removed. 

 

 

Zoolab – we are still waiting for some more payments to be made for our Zoolab visit.  At the moment, we do not have enough money to go ahead with the visitors.  If you are having any difficulties in paying for this opportunity, please arrange to speak in confidence with Miss Sims or Mrs Schalkwyk.    Payment should be made via your Arbor account.   You can view the letter here

 

https://rushy-meadow.uk.arbor.sc

 

https://primarysite-prod-sorted.s3.amazonaws.com/rushy-meadow-primary-academy/UploadedDocument/9023a4f2-6252-4a6c-a645-decdadef098c/zoolab-parents-letter-20222.pdf

 

This Term’s Learning – wb 5.09.22

Welcome back! Our new topic is ‘Thunderous Rainforests’  We will be looking at the location of rainforests around the world, animals we might find in rainforests, deforestation and much more!  It is a very exciting topic and we have lots of exciting activities planned!

 

 

Next Week’s Learning – wb 5.09.22

We will be starting the week off with lots of activities to get us settled back into school.  We will go through the school rules and create our own class rules together.

We are very lucky in Year 4 that we will have access to 1:1 devices to use in class!  We will be learning how to use these devices and how to care for them!

 

In topic, we will look at the location and climate of rainforests around the world – using our new laptops to research all about rainforests.

 

In maths, we will be looking at 4 digit numbers.  We will be looking at the amount of thousands, hundreds, tens and ones in each 4 digit number.

 

In music, we will start our first Year 4 music project using Soundtrap!

 

Bonjour! In French this half term, we will be learning about animals, and we will start our new unit next week.  This week, we have been revising some of our learning from last year and we have learnt a new song.  Watch this video to recap this week’s song - click here 

 

We will start our PE lessons the first week back so please come to school dressed in your PE kits on Tuesday and Wednesday.  Wednesday is our indoor PE day and we usually request shorts to be worn in the hall – however, if it is a chilly Autumn day, you are able to wear leggings/joggers if you prefer this half term as we will not be using the apparatus.

 

 

 

Parent/Carer Information – 5.09.22

Welcome back!  We are very excited to get to know you all and start our fabulous Year 4 adventure together.  Please feel free to email Mrs Briggs on the Holly Class email if you have any questions or concerns.

 

Monday 5th September is our Hook Day!  We are asking everyone to come dressed as a rainforest animal!  Click here for the letter and please feel free to pop us an email if you would like us to print a mask out for you!

 

 

Zoolab – we have booked the amazing Zoolab company to come in and share some of their rainforest animals with us!  The cost of this experience is £9.98 per child and we are asking that this money is paid no later than Friday 9th September so that we can ensure we can go ahead with this fantastic opportunity.  You can view the letter here 

 

 

You can view all of the Year 4 letters on the Letters to parents 2022-2023 page or follow this link for the Year 4 letters

Year 4 | Rushy Meadow Primary Academy

 

Don’t forget to pop over to our class gallery

to have a look at the photographs of our new classroom, we will update this every week so you can see examples of children's work and photographs of some of our exciting activities.

Gallery | Rushy Meadow Primary Academy

 

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