Class 4

Teachers: Jonelle Goodridge and Rachel Erangey

 

Spring Term 2018

 

You’ll find information on what we’ll be learning this half term below. (Click to enlarge)

We hope that you have had a restful half term. We are looking forward to working together as the new Miss Goodridge and Mrs Erangey team. It will be lovely to get to know you and your children over the next term.

You’ll find information on what we’ll be learning this half term below. (Click to enlarge)

Reminder about PE:

As there will be a few more weeks of hockey please ensure that children have the correct kit in school all week. They will still need to have their own shin pads and a mouth guard in order to take part in lessons this half term (taking place on a Friday with Mr Tyrell). Sadly, any children without these items will not be able to take part in sessions.

Emails/Trips

With a number of exciting trips and events coming up this half term, keep an eye on your emails for all the latest information and permission slips.

Please note: Some trips may require parent helpers to provide lifts in order for them to go ahead so please contact Mrs Whittaker in the office if you’re interested in volunteering. We can then arrange a free DBS check in order for you to transport children, other than your own, to events.

Homework

Homework will continue to be set on a Thursday and needs to be handed in by the following Tuesday. Homework club, for any additional support, will be every Tuesday lunchtime from 12:30 – 13:00.

Home Reading

Children are expected to read every evening. At least once a week, they are expected to read aloud. Please sign their reading log book when you have heard them read. It makes such a difference to their reading in all curriculum areas if they are heard at home regularly. Children earn lucky tickets for their reading!

Art

Some children STILL need to bring in an art shirt. It is part of our uniform policy and children are required to have one in school. This is particularly important in Class 4 where we use a wide range of media. An old shirt, dad’s or grandad’s, would be perfect to protect their uniforms.

Best wishes,

Jonelle Goodridge and Rachel Erangey