- Oliver's fruit salad
- Reading Open Afternoon
- World Book Day in Hedgehog Class
- The Day the Crayons Quit
- Our colourful assembly
- Easter egg hunt.
- Police Visit
- South Angle Farm
- Busy Bees
- Roald Dahl Day
- Hedgehogs Curriculum 2016-2017
- Home-School link
- Letters and Sounds
- Early Learning Goals
- New intake 2016
- Rabbits - Year 1
- Rabbit Class Trip to Newmarket Library
- South Angle Farm Trip
- Homework 2016 - 2017
- Letters 2016
- Rabbits Curriculum 2016-2017
- Resources for home
- Squirrels - Year 2
- Squirrels Curriculum 2016-2017
- Autumn 1
- Foxes - Year 3
- Rainforest Home Learning Projects - Autumn 2016
- V & A Museum of Childhood trip - Nov 2016
- Zoolab Animal Handling Experience - January 2017
- Christmas 2016
- World Book Day 2017
- Pizza making - June 2017
- Chocolate making - July 2017
- Science Session at Newmarket Academy - July 2017
- Healthy dessert making - July 2017
- Tesco Farm to Fork Trail - July 2017
- Roald Dahl Day - Tues 13th Sept 2016
- Foxes Curriculum 2016-2017
- Owls - Year 4
- Owls' Visit to the National Racehorse Museum
- Owls Class Visit to Bewilderwood
- Introduction to Italy-Making Pizza!
- Learning About the Digestive System
- Learning to Look After our Teeth
- Owls Class-Visit with the Planetarium
- Owls Class-Parents' Breakfast
- Owls Curriculum 2016-2017
- Learning Resources
- Bats - Year 5
- Bats Curriculum 2016-2017
- Badgers - Year 6
- Plantarium visit
- Badgers Curriculum 2016-2017
Owls - Year 4
Dear Parents and Carers,
Welcome to the summer term! This first half term will be a shorter one, but will be just as busy as all the rest. We are all very excited about our new topic, 'Narnia' and our upcoming visit to Bewilderwood on the 24th of May (more details to follow at a later date).
I'd also like to mention that we are back to our normal schedule for P.E., which will resume on Monday afternoons. It is getting warmer outside, so shorts and T-shirts are fine, however, it may be a good idea for children to have some warmer clothes (jumpers and tracksuit bottoms) just in case.
As requested by some parents last term, please see below some terminology that we have been/will be continuously using throughout our literacy sessions. Mrs. Hazelwood and I will also be sticking some helpful fronted adverbial and conjunction lists into the homework books.
YEAR 4 TERMINOLOGY
verb: an action word
Giovanni ran across the field.
noun: a person, place or thing
The cat slept peacefully.
adjective: describes a noun
The spotty, red tablecloth covered all of the table.
adverb: describes how, when or where an action took place
Sienna jumped joyfully.
Sienna left later.
fronted adverbial: an adverb that occurs at the beginning or 'front' of a sentence.
conjunction: a word used to connect words, clauses or sentences; there are subordinating and coordinating conjunctions (see helpful sheets in homework books)
clause: a sentence/group of words that makes sense on its own, containing at least a noun (main subject of the sentence) and a verb
The horse galloped across the field.
phrase: a group of words used to add meaning to a clause, which do not make sense on their own
after some time had passed in the garden because she was hungry
simple sentence: a sentence which has just one independent clause.
Gregory enjoys playing tennis.
compound sentence: a sentence that has two independent clauses
I found the clothes in the attic and I saw a large mouse.
complex sentence: a sentence which has a main clause and a subordinate clause
After the Cubs defeated the Raptors, they held a huge party.
I hope this is helpful!