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Welcome to Kingsland class!

Welcome to the Spring term. We hope you’ve had a relaxing festive break and are ready to hit the ground running in our new academic year.

Our main topic this term will be the ‘The Romans’. We will be studying: What life was like for all groups of people during Roman Britain; explain how Britain changed during Roman Britain;  key leaders that influenced Roman Britain; and how we know about Roman BritainRemember to check our class webpage on the school’s website for updates on what we’ve been doing in class.

 

 

PE will be on a Thursday and a Friday. Children will be developing skills in gymnastics, tri-golf, skipping and outdoor and adventurous activities. Please ensure pupils have the correct PE kit on those days.

 

 

Spellings are no longer sent home because we have changed our spelling policy. If you would like to work on your child’s spellings with them, please ask them to record their five chosen spellings in their reading record on Mondays. Reading at home is very important. We expect children to read daily at home and that they are heard read by an adult at home at least three times a week. Each time a child reads, please remember to make a record.

Investigating frames for our DT work on Roman pavilions

Darwin Values - making our musical instruments with our buddy readers

Welcome back to Kingsland class - take a look at your classroom

Music performance - well done Hannah on the guitar and Isla on keyboard

Practice for Stepping Out

Children from our class representing the school at various sports

Enjoying a performance from a Rick Band from Shropshire Music Service

Visit from the Fire Service

Children learnt about what the Fire Service do, Fire Safety and what to do if there is a fire in their home. 

Poetry

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Kingsland class learning poetry with actions to help us

Class performance of The Little Turtle by Vishal Lindsay

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Artist of the month

Super time Buddy Reading with Flaxmill

Prehistoric art - using charcoal

Performing poetry by Christina Rossetti

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Children were learning poems and practising performing them

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Meet our School Council rep - Jenson

Meet our eco council reps- Ella

Meeka enjoyed taking home the Reading Suitcase this week

Super examples of home learning linked with The Stone Age. Well done Meeka, Hannah and Nadia

Dictionary skills!

In class, we have been looking at how to use a dictionary to find the meaning of words.

Could you try and find these words :-

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derived

astronomical

identified

Darwin Values Tick list

Here is a copy of the Darwin Values tick list that we cover in Year 3 and 4.  We are creating a portfolio for children as they move through school.  We are asking parents to send in photos. certificates, awards that show the new skills or activities children have taken part in.  This could be photos of them on their bike, scooter, roller skates, or of them cooking or sewing.  It might be charity events they have been involved in.  Any questions regarding this, please ask.

Times Tables resources to support your child at home

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