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Class 4

School Closure Home Learning Spring 2a

Happy New Year and what a strange beginning to the year is has been. I hope you have all had a relaxing time with your family and I am looking forward to teaching you even though it is going to be different. I can’t wait to see all of your hard work daily. I am sure you will all continue to shine bright through these strange and difficult times.

Welcome to Class 4

Welcome back to school! It is so nice to see all of your smiley faces back in school again. There have been some changes made to keep us all safe but to also make sure that everyone is happy and enjoying their time whilst in school. Your teachers this year are Miss Scott and Mrs Abbott. We are looking forward to getting to know you all and have lots of exciting activities planned.


Please see our weekly timetable and newsletter for further information this term. 

If you have any questions or concerns please contact us and we will be happy to help. :) 


Books to be changed

Bring in your water bottle

Spelling Test and new spellings to learn




Books to be changed

RE with Mrs Deadman

Bring in your homework 


PE with AE Sports. Please come into school in your PE kit, remove earrings and tie long hair back. 


Arithmetic Test and TTRS Practise

New Homework to be sent out 

Our topic this term is called 'Dazzling in Durham' where we will be learning about local artists, how the area has changed over time as well as the geography of the area. 

Making our very own Disgestive System 
We had a great afternoon in Science today. We experimented the functions of different parts of the digestive system by making our very own! It was very gross but we thoroughly enjoyed it! 
Roald Dahl Day 
In celebration of Roald Dahl day on Friday, Mr Willy Wonka asked us to invent a new Wonka Bar creation. To help inspire our taste buds and imagination, we smelled and tasted different sweet treats. We then wrote some delicious descriptions of our new Wonka Bar creations to Mr Willy Wonka.
Rosh Hashanah
This week, we learnt about the Jewish New Year festival Rosh Hashanah.

We discussed how we usually celebrate New Year by spending time with our loved ones, taking part in family traditions and making New Year’s Resolutions.

After that, we tried traditional sweet foods that Jewish people eat during Rosh Hashanah including pomegranate, Challah bread, grapes, honey cake and apples dipped in honey.

We then listened to the sound of a Shofar being played as if we were in a synagogue.