Mr Golds' Class 2018 - 2019

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We had a great autumn term with the children making excellent progress and having fun. As we move into the second half of the year we are going to learn even more and smile even more. 



In this Spring term, we will be looking at Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl as our story topic. This timeless tale of crafty woodland creatures and nasty farmers will give us plenty of chances to produce great writing, art and D&T.


This term we are going to be studying measurements. This will include how to work out the area and perimeter of shapes. 
We will then move onto learning about decimal numbers and fractions. 



As we look forward to Laches Wood, we are going to be looking at living things and their habitats. We will be classifying animals and plants using scientific criteria. 


We have been studying Christianity and Judaism this year. In the second part of the year we will look at these two religions in even more depth.



We are beginning to look at Geography for the remainder of this year. We will look at World and local Geography. We will also study some of the features that we may see in Laches Wood. 


Year 3 and 4 will give the children the chance to study various artists through history and look at the techniques they used to create their art. the children will experiment with different materials to create their own artwork. 

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We are gearing up to take part in Sing Fest. This event has been a great success over the past few years. There are some links to the songs on the right. Please feel free to practise the songs with your children at home. 

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Beatbox Times Tables- this will help the children to remember their times tables... and let them have fun doing it. 

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