We’re the Falcons!
Welcome to our class!
We’re fearless high-flyers, full of life.
We take pride in our work and reach for the stars!
“You’re off to great places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, so get on your way!”
Oh The Places You’ll Go! - Dr. Seuss
Our Class Story
We have now finished our first class story! We thoroughly enjoyed reading 'The Creakers' and diving into The Woleb!
Our new class story is definitely going to get us into the Christmas spirit!
We are all very excited to start reading ‘The Christmasaurus’ by Tom Fletcher.
Please note that our PE lessons will be on Wednesdays and Fridays this term.
Our topics this term
The Year 4 children are also very excited about our upcoming trip to the Jorvik Viking Centre in York on November 21st!
Congratulations to Thomas and Elsie!
The Falcons have had a fantastic first half-term and have worked incredibly hard!
In English, the children have produced lots of brilliant work all based on the thrilling book The Iron Man. They have written newspaper articles, wrote letters to the Mayor and produced exciting poems! Most recently, the children have become producers and directors, working together to create a movie trailer for the book! Keep an eye out for our exciting productions coming soon!
In Maths, there has been lots of work on Place Value, Addition and Subtraction this half-term! The children have been using their knowledge and understanding of the column method to help them solve a variety of addition and subtraction problems. They have really had their perseverance and resilience put to the test as a few of the challenges have proven to be quite tricky! Here is one that really got Falcons thinking. Can you solve the problem using the numbers 0-9?
SUPER SCIENTISTS AND HAPPY HISTORIANS!
The children have also been keen investigators and researchers this half term! In Science, they have been learning all about magnets and forces. Like true scientists, they have been answering lots of interesting questions such as whether different materials effect how objects move and what objects are attracted to a magnet. Most recently, they have been exploring a range of magnetic games in an aim to think of their own scientific questions and create their own investigations.
In History the children have found out lots of interesting facts about life as an Anglo-Saxon! They have looked at where they came from and how they lived in Britain as well as finding out how the Anglo-Saxon people were ruled in comparison to people in Britain today. The children then began using secondary sources to find out all about Sutton Hoo and are now ready to put all their research into an exciting and informative leaflet!
Well done Falcons for working so incredibly hard this half-term!
Pupil Voice Groups
During our first week in class, we had the very important task of deciding who we wanted to represent our class in the various Pupil Voice Groups. There were lots of wonderful speeches prepared and delivered, which were followed by a democratic vote in the classroom. The elected children for each group are as follows:
Ella M & Immy
Alfie & Tom
Ella P & Tilly
Thomas & Kate
Finlay & Oscar
Holly & Elsie