Class 10 (Y4)
Welcome to Class 10
If you are interested in finding out about your child's learning this year, feel free to visit the class blog which will be updated regularly.
This page will provide you with all the essential information you will need to support your child throughout the year.
If you have any question or queries then please do not hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Other adults working in Class 10:
Mr Thomasson (PE )
Attendance Matters - Each week we are expected to have a whole class attendance of over 96%.
Your attendance is very important! You must be at school every day at 8.30 am. Our first lesson begins just after 8.45 am so you need to be here, ready for a fun-filled day of learning!
"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go." - Dr Seuss
Children are expected to read daily at home. Reading books and reading records need to be in school every day. Books will be changed on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Please make sure reading records are signed by an adult every time your child reads at home. If a child's reading record is signed at least 3 times a week they will be rewarded with raffle tickets for the reading at home draw.
Homework this year will be set online via Microsoft Teams for Education or IXL. Tasks will be set every Friday and will need to be handed in by Wednesday.
At the end of each half-term, children will be given a learning task. This must be completed and handed back in on the first day back after the holidays.
Class 10's weekly spelling test is on a Friday. A new list of spellings to practise will be given to take home every week and will also be uploaded to Spelling Frame.
P.E is every Tuesday and Thursday. On these days, please make sure your child comes dressed in their school PE kit. PE is being taught outside (no matter the weather) so children will need black jogging pants and a waterproof coat in addition to their usual PE kit.
What are we learning?
English: A Shakespeare Story - A Midsummer Night's Dream by Andrew Matthews & Holes by Louis Sachar
Maths: Decimals, Money, Time and Geometry
History: Anglo Saxons and Vikings
Geography: Europe, Climate Zones and The Local Area
Science: Changing Sound and Digestion
French: On the Move and Going Shopping
RE: What does it mean to be a Hindu in Britain?
Curriculum Support for Parents
Useful links to help learning.
Please find below useful web links that will support the learning for your child.