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Millbrook Primary School

‘Learning about caring; caring about learning’

Cedar – Year 4

Here is a link to some reading books you may find useful for home reading. Thank you for your support.

 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/library-page?view=image&query=&type=book&age_group=&level=&level_select=&book_type=&series=Oxford+Reading+Tree

Croeso nol

Welcome back everyone

It has been so nice to welcome all the children back to class this week. Everyone has come in smiling and eager to work. We missed you, school is such a lovely place to be in. Remember to look after your bear. You can send us pictures if you take any. Have a good weekend and we will see you on Monday.

Mrs Pike

heather.pike@millbrook primary.co.uk

Monday September 21st

The start of the term has been a busy one. The children have been so amazing following the new times and routines throughout the day. The whole class have settled very well. Miss Harris and I are really pleased to see so many happy, smiling faces every day.

 

Here is an outline of the work to be covered during the autumn term. Our work will be based around the story 'Where the forest meets the sea' We will look at Australia - where it is, its climate and history. Rainforests - the plants and creatures who live there. Dinosaurs - as the boy in the story finds a dinosaur bone. The book deals with sustainability issues and as climate change and looking after our world are in the media constantly, it is a great opportunity to discuss how we can look after our environment. Please feel free to research any aspect of our topic at home

 

PE will be on a Friday.  Please send the children into school wearing their PE kit and suitable footwear for running around outdoors. As the weather gets colder you could send in jogging bottoms or leggings as we will be outdoors as much as we can.

  

FOREST SCHOOL

We also have a fortnightly session using forest school:- The first session will be on Thursday morning (next week 24th September) then every 2 weeks.  Could the children either bring wellies or old shoes and a coat. (The area can get muddy in autumn/winter). 

We have been practising logging in, so we are encouraging the children to log in to Mathletics and Purple Mash at home.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me on my email address

heather.pike@millbrookprimary.co.uk

 

 

 

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