Year 3/4 – Lime

Our class teachers for the 2018-19 academic year are Mr Bennett and Mrs Hayman.

Our teaching assistant is Miss Warren.

Welcome to Lime Class!

Topic questions:

Why were the Romans so powerful and what did we learn from them?

We will be learning about the Roman empire and its impact on Britain.

Why are some mountains more active than others?

During this topic the children will be learning about human and physical geography, they will be gaining valuable fieldwork skills and finding out where the world’s mountainous areas are.  We will also be learning about volcanoes.

Who were the early lawmakers?       

This topic is a study of an aspect or theme in British history beyond 1066, we will be focusing on crime and punishment.  In particular, we will be learning about the Magna Carta and its role in early law making.

Is the dark anything to be really afraid of?

This topic is a Science and Art related topic where the children will use the Text ‘The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark’.  They will learn all about light and dark.

Who were the founding fathers of our school and how is their vision still alive today?

During this topic we will be carrying out a study of our local history. We will be finding out about the history of our school and learning all about the founding fathers.

Would I Like to Live in Hamelin Town?

The children will be learning to name and locate counties and cities in UK, we will then be learning to find similarities and differences between our country and Europe. We will also be developing our fieldwork skills and planning a German experience!

PE:

Lime Class will have their PE lessons on Wednesdays.  This term (Autumn) we will be having boxing with Stubby on a Thursday.

Kit:

Indoor sessions:

  • Black shorts
  • Red polo shirt
  • Black pumps/plimsolls

Outdoor sessions

  • Black shorts or dark tracksuit bottoms (winter)
  • Red polo shirt
  • Trainers
  • Sweater (winter)

Our Learning Line

Our learning line helps us to measure our own progress and show our learning to others. Our line shows the hero’s journey of Winne the Pooh and friends, the children helped to design our learning line and use it in all areas of the curriculum. It follows the process of: Plan, Understand, Passion, Act, Evaluate, Embed.

Investors in pupils

Our class target for Autumn 2018:

To always produce the best/neatest work that we can and to be ready to listen and learn at all times.

 

More detailed information about class activities will be shared with parents on our weekly class newsletters.  Homework is set out on the newsletter each week.  It will be handed out on a Friday and must be returned to school the following Wednesday.  Homework will include: English, Maths, Spelling and a piece of ‘Talk’ homework which will link to our worship theme.

Mr Bennett, Mrs Hayman and Miss Warren