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Welcome to the new term.

We would like to welcome you all back and hope that you had a fantastic Christmas. In Class 4 this term, we ask that all children read for at least five minutes each night and record it in their reading record.  Doing so will help them to develop comprehension skills and also help to expand their vocabulary and imagination. Ideally, if you are able to listen to your child read and question them about the book, that will also help with their understanding of the text. This will be monitored on a weekly basis to encourage and celebrate good reading habits. Reading records will need to be in school every Monday morning to be checked. 

Our topic for this half term is 'Mountains and Volcanoes'. For homework this term, we would like children in Class 4 to find as much information about mountains and volcanoes as possible. Children are also allowed to draw pictures, create models and use a range of other ideas to help build up another amazing project. We ask that all projects are brought into school on Monday 8th April 2019. There will be an open afternoon where families will be invited into school to view these projects. A letter confirming this will be sent out nearer the time. 

Your child will need their PE kit in school from Monday to Friday every week. Please ensure that all clothing is named.  PE kits consist of a white t-shirt, navy blue/black shorts and plimsolls.  Along with this, your child will need trainers in school every day and appropriate clothing for the Daily Mile.  During the colder months this might include tracksuit/jogging bottoms and/or sweatshirts. 

We have also signed up to `Times Table Rockstars'.   Please encourage your child to access this at home as much as possible.  In doing so, your child will learn  times tables quickly and (hopefully) enjoy doing so.  They will also develop a greater understanding of a range of mathematical concepts.

If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

Many thanks for your continued support,

 Mr Evans and Mrs Pearson

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