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Avocets Y3/4

             Welcome to Avocets Class

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Avocets class is taught by Mrs Down on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and Mrs Marshall on Thursday and Friday. 

Mrs Robinson helps support the children in Avocets class with their learning. 

 

 

General Information 

PE is on Monday and Tuesday afternoons. This takes place outside as often as possible so the children will benefit from having navy track suit trousers in their PE kit. 

We have a timetabled library session each week where the children are encouraged to choose a book to borrow and bring home to share with you.

 

Homework

 

At some point each half term the children should complete at least three activities from the homework grid. Written work must be presented neatly in your homework book. Creative work can be presented in any way of your choosing. 

 

Please find link to the homework grid below:

 

We will also send weekly spellings home every Thursday which will be tested on the following Thursday morning. Don't forget to also logon to Mathletics each week.

 

 

Autumn Term 2020

World War 2

 

This term we will be learning about World War 2 from a child's perspective. We will be learning about how the war started, and which countries were involved. We will investigate what adults and children did at home to keep themselves safe and support the war effort. We will research the Dunkirk rescue, the Battle of Britain and the D-day landings. If you have any artifacts or stories to share please talk to us in school, as first hand experiences bring this facinating topic alive for the children. 

VIP presentations

Times Tables

The children need daily practice of their times tables as they are expected to know all of their times tables up to 12x12 by the end of Year 4.

For the first time this year, the government have introduced a statutory times tables test for Year 4 children which will take place in the Summer term. 

 

 

Try this online tables test against the clock

Tips for practicing Times Tables

Simple ways to make spelling fun

Why not try these websites:
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