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Year 4 – Morisot – Miss Rana

Our team consists of myself (Miss Rana) and Mrs Mead (Year 4 Classroom Assistant).

PE

Morisot class’s PE sessions are every Monday and Thursday afternoon.

Homework

Children are expected to practise their timestables and division facts for 5 minutes per day. Other activities related to topics taught in class will be posted on Google Classroom for children to complete. House points will be awarded for homework that is complete and produced to a high standard.

Spelling homework will be set weekly on a Thursday and tested on the following Thursday. If your child is becoming confident with a set of spellings, see if they can tell you the meaning of the word. Can they put the word into a sentence? Make sure they understand the meaning of the words, as well as being able to spell them.

Reading

It is still very important to continue listening to your child read, once a day for 20 minutes. Asking questions about the text that has been read will enable you to see if your child has understood their book.

Example questions you can ask your child while reading:

  • What do you think might happen next? (Making predictions.)
  • Who is your favourite character and why? (Giving an opinion.)
  • What does this word mean/can you think of a similar word? (Word meaning.)
  • How do you think that character is feeling and why? (Inference.)

Practising all of these different comprehension reading skills will support your child in their reading and writing in school.

Remember reading is KEY!


Classroom Staff
<p><strong>Class Teacher:</strong><br />
Miss Rana</p>

Class Teacher:
Miss Rana

Classroom Assistants:
Mrs Mead

Class Links

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Year 4 News
November 20, 2020
We have started looking at the life of King Tutankhamun in more detail to help us write biographies about him. Both classes have started to design and decorate their own canopic jars which have been wonderful to see! In Maths, Chagall have  been exploring measurement, converting from mm to cm and beginning to work out […]
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