Monthly Archives: September 2019

New child in Year 4

Year 4 welcomed a new member into the class this morning. It was lovely to see how the children have already grown in confidence as they introduced themselves and told Remus what they enjoyed to do at home and at school.

We hope our new member settles in and enjoys our happy environment.

Welcome to Remus.

New School Councillors

This morning children in Year 4 put themselves forward as school councillors.

They then told the class why they should be voted for. After their speeches the class voted for their favourite boy and girl.

Our final voting revealed the school councillors as Esmay and Moharnab.

Well done to them both, they really do have some excellent qualities and will represent year 4 brilliantly.

Climate change

During PSHE, Year 4 Robins have been looking at the meaning of climate change.

We looked at how the world is getting warmer due to climate change.

The children worked together to add:
• Switch off lights when not needed.
• Unplug devices.
• Use the car less.
• Walk or take a bike/scooter.
• Use electric cars.
• Use solar panels.
• Go back to using horses for transport, (although this brought up a discussion on the ethics of using horses, all very valid!).

Year 4 were excellent at listening to each other today. Our reporting back to the class of what our partner said was much, much better. Good job Robins!

Lets hope we all do our bit to keep our world healthy and happy, as we could see the World is in our hands. We have a responcibility to care for it.

Partitioning of numbers

Year 4 got stuck into their partitioning of numbers this morning. It was lovely to see their growth in confidence with explaining reasoning.

Well done year 4. Keep the confidence up and the questioning. We are also ensuring we start our sentences with “I agree/disagree with ——- because… “

Our questioning of each other and our own ideas is getting better and better.

Class Charter

Today in year 4 we devised a class charter.

We looked at the rights and responsibilities of each child.

We looked a four key areas:

► Being healthy
► Being safe
► Being yourself
► Being heard

The class then thought about their responsibilities and devised a class charter.

Past tense words

Year 4 have been working super hard this afternoon on their past tense words. They showed excellent team work skills, taking turns and listened to each others ideas.

Not only that but they applied the four rules and used them brilliantly.

Mrs Sabir was really impressed with the handwriting too! Keep it up Robins!

A very warm welcome to Year 4

Everyone looked super smart this morning and eager to get into the joys of the new year.

We started our day with Circle Time and thinking about what we are good at. We certainly are a talented bunch and have a lot to bring to Year 4. Some of the things we are great at are: Maths, writing stories, dancing and being creative. Not to mention some of us are great friends, like helping others with their work and kind.

The children have begun as they mean to go on, showing great behaviours for learning. Well done Year 4, Mr Johnston and Mrs Sabir are really looking forward to the year ahead.