Welcome to Woodpecker Class!
Year 3/Year 4
Class Teachers: Mrs Chamberlain
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Speakman, Mrs Cameron and Miss Carpenter
You are all fantastic! Well done for another super week in Woodpecker Class.
We are reading this book together. Can you come up with any questions about The Ice Monster to share in class?
We made Stonehenge at school but you continued learning at home, using a range of items including fish fingers, biscuits and even toy cows! Well done!
In case we need to learn from home, the resources below will support you.
Weekly Timetable of activities
(please see Topic Grid for log on details for Espresso and Curriculum Visions)
|Week Commencing 12.10.20|
|Week Commencing 19.10.20|
Maths Homework Packs - these are amazing!
They're booklets for each topic, for each year group (other year groups can be downloaded free from their website). They can be used before, during or after a topic to support learning.
If you're looking for a fun way to learn, click on these links of super sciencey things.
Can you make a cannon, an underwater volcano or a rocket?
Far Flung Food and Fun!
As I was going to St Ives...
Water Water Everywhere and a Drop to Drink
Coming Soon! Our new Topic Grid - I hope you like it!
During 'Lockdown', Doves (children of keyworkers) had a super time at school. Look at some of the things we got up to.
A snap shot of our learning during 2019 - 2020. Which were your favourite activities?
Miss Carpenter's Resources
Have a go a these booklets
Miss Carpenter's Weekly Spelling Activities
Information for Parents
What to expect from 7 and 8 year olds
At about 7 years old, children enter the 'Concrete Operational' phase of development (Piaget). This is an exciting change, but can be challenging too. As a parent, I have found the following sites really helpful.
Working Auditory Memory