Year 4 - Sealions 2017 - 2018

Miss Robson

Week ending 15.09.17

Welcome back to the Autumn term.



PE will be on Wednesday(Games- outdoors) and Tuesdays.

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This week for homework we would like you to find out as much as you can about the number 18.We'd like you to produce a poster with everything you find out. You could include house numbers, car number plates etc.

This will be due in on Wednesday 20th September.

We have given out spellings and this week we are learning the 2 X table. The children know which spelling group they are in

Spellings this week are

Group 1:prickly, jittery, panicky, scrawny, juicy, slippery, flaky, slimy, naughty, healthy.

Group 2:grumpy, misty, stormy, nasty, naughty, filthy, dizzy, weary, friendly, lively.

Group 3:happy, messy, jolly, silly, funny, cloudy, fancy, shiny, crazy, busy.

Group 4:water, away, good, want, over, how, did, man, going, where.

We will be having our spelling and times tables test every Friday.

Miss Robson

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Christian Theme of the Month

The Christian theme for this half term is 'Truthfulness'.

In school we will be:

Helping children to explore and understand the concept of truth.

Encouraging all members of the school community to be truthful in their interaction with one another.

Exploring the concept of being true to oneself.

Encouraging children to develop their understanding of the moral choices we are sometimes faced with in life.

Exploring how through Jesus's teaching we are given an insight into the nature of God and the way he means us to live.

Parents and carers, please help us at home to support your child in their understanding of the above concepts.