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Y4 - Mr Webster

Welcome to Class 7

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Welcome to our class page!

 

Here you will find lots of information about our class and things to remember. You will also be able to find out about what we have been doing in lessons.

Don't forget that we also have our amazing Google Classroom Page too. 

Dates for your diary

 

 

Monday 6th September - INSET Day

Tuesday 7th September - New school term begins 

Things to remember

 

  • Please remember to check that you have the correct uniform - if you are unsure then you can find the information on our website. 
  • Please bring in your P.E. kit in every Monday and this can be taken home and washed at the end of the week as we will have PE on a Wednesday. 
  • You cannot bring in any equipment to school - we have provided you with all of the stationary you need. You will not be allowed to bring any other items from home, other than yourselves and your P.E. kit into school. 
  • You can email Mr Webster from your Google accounts if you have any questions or concerns. 

Homework

 

Maths Homework is set every Thursday on MyMaths, and is due the following Tuesday morning. If you do not have access to an iPad, laptop or device for your homework, please speak to Mr Webster before Tuesday and he can help you. If you are struggling with your homework, Mr Webster will be available on Friday lunchtimes to go over this with you - so please do not worry! 

 

Any other homework will be set online on our Google Classroom. Please make sure that it is handed in on time. You will be given times tables to learn each week (with a test on Tuesday morning), as well as some SPaG and sometimes a writing task. 

 

You will be expected to access Reading Plus and Sumdog at home and prizes will be given out for those children who have access both at home and make excellent progress.

Reading

 

Reading is a very important skill and Year 4 is no different to any other year. You will be expected to have a reading book in school every day. This book should go home and someone at home should try and read with you at least three times per week. Your reading book should be returned to the classroom each morning and taken home again each evening. You will also be expected to access Reading Plus at home and you will have a target to meet each week. 

 

 

Don't Worry!

Year 4 may seem a really scary year, but it can be the best year yet! 

You will need to work hard, and we have a lot of catching up to do, but we will also have so much fun. There are so many brilliant things which usually happen in Year 4 (fingers crossed). 

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