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YEAR 4 2020 - 2021

Mrs Lord

Mrs Bours

Mr Gee

Mrs Fish

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 It has been fantastic to be back in school with all the children...they have been brilliant adapting to all the new hygiene regimes. After a few aclimatisation days, we are now hard at work making up for lost time!
Just a few organisational reminders to start off the term - if you have any questions at all please just email me:
Reading books: should be kept at home until they have been read with an adult.
Please fill in the reading record daily so that we can see how brilliantly they
are doing. Each child has a second book kept in school which they read to staff. Books with reading records can be returned Monday & Thursday only.
Homework: will be explained & uploaded each Friday. From now on, written maths & english will be set alternate weeks. Please either scan or take a photo & email to return by 6pm the following Thursday.
Homework 16/10/2020:

On Edshed, Mrs Bours has set an Assignment linked with this week's spellings (prefixes).


This week I have some online tasks for you to complete! Sign into Education City and go to the Homework area to

find the folder for your year group. There are 2 activities for you to

complete. Also, access tt rockstars at least 3

times this week to practice your times tables facts. 


In addition, children should read each
night and practice times tables and spellings. 
PE days this year are Tuesday & Friday. Children come to school in PE kit & Mr. Gee has asked them all to wear plain black joggers & sweatshirts as
well as trainers if possible. They will be outside as much as possible!
I have uploaded this term's timetable so you can see what your child will be
enjoying each day. Their Topic this term is WW11; and we will be learning
about life on the Home Front, Evacuation and the Blitz. Science is a study of
Teeth and the Digestive System. In ICT we will consider online safety as well
as learning how to use Microsoft Teams - the platform we will be using for
homework and any future home learning.
Let's hope we have a successful Autumn term together without too many
Warm wishes
Mrs. Lord 

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Castle Primary School and Nursery

Mow Cop Road, Mow Cop, Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire, ST7 4NE

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Main Contact: Miss J Mason

Tel: 01782 433218