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Year 4/5

Kindness, Unity & Courage 

Russia Class

Welcome to Russia Class – the home of children in Year 4 and 5. The children are now some of the eldest in the school, which means that this is not only a year where the children need to work really hard, but also where they begin to take on more responsibilities around the school and become role models for the younger students. 

 

Please see the reminders below to help you and your child make this year as successful as possible.

 

Home-Learning: A home-learning grid has been given out to the children with activities that link to our current topic. If the children choose to complete a piece of home-learning, they should bring it in to school on a Thursday and may receive a merit on a Friday.

 

Reading: Reading continues to be an extremely important skill for the children to master. We will be checking children’s reading records daily and will expect them to read every night during the school week and once over the weekend. If they consistently fail to do this, a letter will be sent home and the children will be asked to read at break time or lunch time.

 

Times Tables: Having a sound understanding of their times tables is invaluable as the difficulty of work increases in Years 4 and 5. The children will be given times tables to practise at home each week and will be tested on a Monday. If you think that your child could benefit from extra times-table homework, please let me know and I will be happy to arrange this.

 

Spellings: Children will be given spellings to learn on a Monday and will be tested the following Monday. They are expected to write a sentence for each spelling. For example, if one of their spelling words was ‘bought’, they could write, ‘On the weekend, I bought some new shoes.’ By doing this, the children should have an understanding of how to use their spellings in context and this should help to improve their writing.

 

PE: Children will be doing PE on a Tuesday afternoon this term. It is extremely important that they have the correct kit with them every week, otherwise they may not be allowed to take part in lessons. Correct kit includes a t-shirt in their house colour, shorts or tracksuit bottoms in the winter and suitable trainers or plimsolls.

 

If you have any questions or concerns and would like to discuss them with me, please do not hesitate to arrange a meeting.

 

Thank you,

 

Miss Goulding

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