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Year 4 - Mrs Cramp & Mrs Reynolds

 

  

 

 

Welcome to our Year 4 team

Mrs Cramp Year 4 Teacher (Mon, Tues and  Wed)

    Mrs Reynolds - Year 4 Teacher (Thurs and Fri)

     Mrs Brentnall - Class TA and SEN TA

Mrs Thornley and Mrs Mengha - SEN 1-1 TAs

    Mrs Albinson and  Mrs Brentnall - TA - Covers PPA

  

We're starting this half term with a MADD fortnight learning all about the music of the 1980s and 1990s, looking at the history, style and art work of the album covers. After this we'll be going even further back in time to learn all about the Ancient Egyptians, write newspaper reports about important discoveries and explanation texts about mummification.

A big feature of our half term will be our Mini Beast Madness performance, rehearsing songs, dancing and speaking parts. In Computing we'll be programming pro bots and in PE preparing for sports day with athletics and mastering rounders and cricket in striking and fielding sessions.

It's going to fly by! 

 

We can't wait to get started with you all!

Mrs Cramp, Mrs Reynolds and Mrs Brentnall 

 

 

Please look at the website as we will put photos on the gallery page for each half term's topic

to share our learning experiences with you all.

Times Table Activities!

Times Table Songs!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzVyBQ5uTbo - 3 Times Table

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QU_E0u-tP4 - 4 Times Table

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7rYbk9PNuM - 6 Times Table

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_BJjR9rdwA - 8 Times Table

This term we will be focussing on our schools Recovery Curriculum 

 

 

Our Recovery Curriculum aims to restore the mental health and rebuild the resilience of our pupils to allow them to become learners again by:

· Recognising the experiences had by all.

· Restoring trust and relationships with staff.

· Re-establishing friendships and social interactions.

· Regaining structure and routine.

· Rebuilding a sense of community.

· Regulating their emotions and managing behaviours.

· Re-engaging them in learning.

· Preparing them for transition. 

· Explore and tune into individual needs, anxieties and worries which may have surfaced.

 

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