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 Mr Kay

In English, we are looking at stories with issues and dilemmas. The children have role played a dilemma to help create dialogues and recorded the dialogue using inverted commas.

Some of our finished Death Masks on display. They look fantastic and the children should be extremely proud!

Some of our finished Death Masks on display. They look fantastic and the children should be extremely proud! 1

Our RE work on display

Our RE work on display 1

During story telling week, we have been looking at the story of Tutankhamen and his Death Mask. The children have made their own version of the Death mask. Ask your child their favourite part of the process.

In History, we have been looking at the Mummification process.

In Science, we have been observing solids becoming liquids. We discussed how this happens and what happens to the particles when it changes its state of matter. Ask your child what happens to the particles during this change.

In Science, we have been grouping materials into solids, liquids and gases. Ask your child about the properties of each.

Our new topic is ‘Ancient Egypt’. We had a visit from Mr Egypt, he brought in authentic artefacts from ancient Egypt. The children learnt a lot of interesting facts. Ask your child what their favourite part of the day was.

We are trying to develop and perfect our times table recall. The children have made times tables chatter boxes and brought them home.

Poems by Year 4

Poems by Year 4 1

This week, Year 4 have been on a trip to the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester. Ask your child what their favourite part was.

Our favourite Michael Rosen poem, Choclate Cake

Welcome back Year 4! I have been enjoying listening and reading about what the children have been up to during the Christmas break. Our topic this term is 'Ancient Egypt'. We have lots of exciting and challenging lessons to look forward to. Please find important documents and links at the bottom of the page.

 

Reminders:

  • Homework will go out on Fridays and is expected to be handed in by Wednesday. I am available on Tuesday lunchtimes to help with homework.
  • Spellings will also go out on Fridays ready for a spelling test the following Wednesday. 
  • Children are expected to read regularly at home and have their reading records signed. I suggest reading every evening, reading this often will have a huge impact on the children's progress. 'To read is to succeed'.
  • PE is now on Friday mornings, the children are to leave their kits in class.

 

I have an open door policy, if you would like to speak to me about anything feel free to grab me before or after school or send me a note and we can arrange a convenient time to meet.

 

Thank you,

 

Mr Kay

 

 

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