"Pupils behave well. They play happily together and consider each other’s needs very well.""Parents are right to be pleased with the quality of teaching at the school.""Pupils learn well because the work they do provides good levels of challenge and helps them learn new skills.""There is a happy and purposeful atmosphere in classrooms.""The curriculum supports pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development effectively.""Pupils get off to a good start in early years."

Herons class (Year 3/4) 2019-20

Miss Snook, Mrs Brennan-McCord, Mrs Wright and Mrs Linehan

Making Numbers! Friday 13th September

This week's Math's focus has been getting the children to represent numbers in different ways. We used lots of different resources and drawings to show 2, 3 and 4 digit numbers. During Literacy lessons, we have been learning all about information texts and identifying the features. 

In Topic we looked at where the Romans came from and even had a go at decoding Roman numerals! On Thursday afternoon, we were lucky enough to have fun in French with Mrs Brickwood. 

Congratulations to Charlotte, who is star of the week this week! Charlotte has come back to school with a great attitude and is enjoying her reading! Fab!

Spellings this week use the suffix 'ly' 

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Welcome back! Friday 6th September
This short week has been all about launching our topic for this term 'This is my land'. Key Stage 2 will be learning all about invaders; Herons will be focusing on The Romans! We have played invasion games, designed and painted shields and have gone on an artefact treasure hunt. 
We have also been busy practising key spellings and getting used to our new class. 
This blog will be updated weekly with spellings and photos of the week! 
I hope you all enjoyed the summer break and are ready for the new academic year.

Miss Snook