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Welcome to Bugthorpe C of E Primary School
bugthorpe@eastriding.gov.uk 01759 368247

Class 4

Class 4 is for children in Years 5 and 6.

Class teacher – Mr Bealey.

Also taught by – Mrs. Miller (R.E.), Mr. Rose (Premier Sports) and Mrs. Atkin (Gardening).

Support Staff – Mrs. Darke and Mrs. Woodliffe.

 

Our Teaching and Learning.

We take a thematic approach towards our learning. Where possible, links are made to different areas of the curriculum during our themes with each theme lasting either half a term or a full term. A topic letter outlining our learning during the topic is sent home at the start of each new topic. Please click on the links below to take you to our topic letters this year.

LINK TO BE PLACED HERE!

Curriculum Information.

This Autumn term Class 4 are learning about Victorian Crime and Punishment.   In Science, we will be focussing on Animals including Humans, as well as looking at Electricity.  In Geography, we will learn about physical and human characteristics of the United Kingdom.  We also have a three day residential trip to the coast in October – see the photos below!

 

Reading/Spelling Lists.

Below you will find links to a number of lists that your child will be working towards for both reading and spelling.

Next 200 frequency word list

Year 3 and 4 list

(Year 5 and 6 list coming soon)

 

Reading.

It would be great if you could spare some time to listen to your child read regularly and write a supportive comment for them in their planner. Encouraging children to read regularly helps them to develop an enjoyment of books and also helps them to improve their writing skills.

It is also important to question your child on what they have read.  Below is a reading question mat that will help with this.

Reading Question Mat

 

Writing.

Below is a link to a document that will help with your child’s writing.  It has lots of sentence openers to help your child make their writing more lively and interesting.  It will also help them to use some more ambitious punctuation.  A good exercise is to allow your child to read through and start to use them verbally first.  Once they’re confident at reading the openers, they could start to practise incorporating them into written sentences.

Fronted Adverbials Mat