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Year 4: Ash, Juniper

Hello and welcome to Year 4! 


Please find below an informative presentation about the coming year (Meet The Teacher), including information on the staff, the main topics the children will cover this year and other house keeping bits and pieces to start the year. 


In terms of getting in contact with your child's class teacher, please see our email addresses below:

30th September 2022

The Harvest Festival service was a tremendous success – thank you to all that were able to attend and to those who made contributions to Bude Foodbank. The event allowed pupils to perform to a wider audience within a spiritual and cultural experience, and everyone should be very proud of themselves. Bude Foodbank were delighted and amazed at the generosity of our school community.


Swimming has been the main additional feature of the week, with daily, intensive lessons that have given the children chance to make rapid progress. They have worked really hard in these sessions and will no doubt be quite tired this weekend.


In class we have continued to concentrate on good handwriting and presentation. We have also completed a number of reading comprehension activities related to the Anglo-Saxons.


Next week, we should begin to settle into a more recognisable and regular routine. Tennis club will return on Tuesday. Please ensure that pupils have a coat in school each day as the weather is very variable.



Please read with your child at home (5 entries in your child’s reading record each week from reading at home) and get back on to TTRS so the children's times table recall begins to increase as this will significantly support them with their learning in class. Please do 10 x Garage sessions and 3x Soundcheck sessions on TTRS, before the following Friday.

Homework books have finally arrived. Inside the children should have a menu of spelling activities to choose from each week. Some will work more effectively with any individual child than others will, so please try a variety and over time focus on a range that work better for you. Focus on just a few tricky words each week from the common exception word lists that are in the homework book. These are words that fall outside the regular spelling patterns that we teach in class over the year.



Harvest Festival Preparations

Meet The Teacher Presentation

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