Kestrels 2021 - 2022
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Spring 1 - Curriculum Newsletter
As a new term is starting we would like to share with you what we will be learning this this term.
Please find attached our:
- Curriculum Newsletter
- Spring RE - Newsletter
- Relationship and Health Education (RHE) information
- Knowledge Organiser on our Adventurers topic - Law and Order
|Adventurers - Law and Order||[pdf 2MB]|
|Life to the Full Spring Term 2022 Lower Key Stage 2 Year A||[pdf 423KB]|
|Spring RE Newsletter 2022||[pdf 618KB]|
|Spring 1 - Year 4 - Curriculum newsletter - Kestrels||[pdf 580KB]|
Welcome to Year 4!
Welcome to Year 4 Kestrels! I am so excited for a whole year of learning with you all. You have had a great first week back at school so far.
Thank you to all of the parents/carers who attended our welcome meetings this week. For those of you who were unable to attend, the slides are attached below & handouts have been sent home.
Looking forward to a brilliant and fun year of learning with you all,
|SMA Welcome Meeting Year 4||[pdf 979KB]|
Kestrels, we've had a brilliant first half term! I am so proud of you for everything that you have achieved.
This week, we all went green for CAFOD to raise money for families and communities overseas. We also finished writing our adventure stories. I was also very happy to recieve theses awesome posters encouraging uto 'Go Green'.
I hope you all have a wonderful half term and stay safe and well,
World Space Week
Wow Kestrels, what a wonderful week we have had. Excitingly, this week was 'World Space Week'. On Monday, we celebrated this with a live lesson, where we heard from Professor Brian Cox and even got to design our own moon buggy! We have also been focusing on this in our Book Talk lessons, where we learnt about the astronaut Mae Jemison, who became the first African American woman in space.
You also did a fantastic job performing our poem 'Choose a Poem by James Carter' in our outdoor assembly on Thursday afternoon. I was extremely proud of you all and it was wonderful to watch all of the other classes in the school perform too.
Please continue to read every day at home, using BugClub online or physical books, as well as trying your best to learn your times tables and spellings.
|Kestrels Poem||[pdf 519KB]|
Another fantastic week it has been in the Kestrels. This week, we have begun our new topic 'Lightning Speed'. Please see last week's Curriculum Newsletter for more information on what we will be learning.
We have watched the story for our new visual literacy unit 'Soar' and begun learning our story map. Ask your child at home if they can tell you what happens in the story. We;ve also been very busy learning about all the different ways people used to communicate, going back as far as cave paintings!
For homework this week, I would like you to keep practicing our text map at home and please also learn the attached poem 'Choose a poem by James Carter' by heart. On Thursday, we will be virtually performing it in front of the whole school to celebrate National Poetry Week.
|Soar - Text Map||[pdf 638KB]|
|Poetry Homework - Ketstrel||[pdf 53KB]|
What a fantastic 2 weeks we have had in the Kestrels. We have been doing some wonderful things! Our story we have been focusing on is called 'The Promise' by Nicola Davies. We have learnt how important Green Spaces in urban areas are and we have had some very passionate conservationists in our class who have created some beautiful posters. They have all made me the proudest teacher!
Attached is this half term's Curriculum Newsletter which contains details about what your child will be learning.
|Year 4 Autumn 1 Kestrels||[pdf 236KB]|