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Tribal Tails and Parent Workshops

Posted 12/11/2016

We are off and running with our new theme, Tribal Tales.  The children have been learning about Stonehenge and the Stone Age, answering comprehension questions and using their research to write fact files and explanation texts in English and History lessons.  Thank you to all our parents and carers who helped them with their research at home.  In Maths, we have been getting to grips with fractions and reminding ourselves of how we multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1,000, while in Art we have been creating our own Cave Art.  Next week, we will be moving onto the Bronze Age, adding to our fact files before researching the Iron Age and the Celts.  This will give us the opportunity to look at the Beaker People, their rituals and artefacts, as well as the intricacy of Celtic knot work.


Thank you to all of you who joined us for the recent Parents' Evening and we hope you found the new Child, Family and Teacher Agreement document useful.  As explained on the night, for the next Parents' Evening, this will come home much earlier to give you the opportunity to reflect on it prior to the meeting.


Parent Workshops

At Parents' Evening, it became clear that many of you were interested in learning the methods we use in Y3/4 so we have organised two Parents' Workshops to look at Reading and Maths.  (A letter was sent home so that you could book a slot;  if you have not seen it, details are below.)

The dates and times of the workshops are as follows:






21st November



Mrs Seal’s classroom


28th November



Mr Onions’ classroom

If you will be attending, please return the slip from the bottom of the letter or send a note to your child's class teacher so that we have an idea of numbers and can prepare resources accordingly.


The Y3/4 Teaching Team


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