Welcome to Class 4 - Autumn Term 2019
WELCOME BACK Class 4 to an exciting and busy new school year. I hope you all had a wonderful, fun and restful summer break.
I am looking forward to working with you all this year.
We have a busy term ahead with lots of new and exciting things to learn and we also have an exciting school trip to look forward to!
Have a look at the websites below to get a headstart with your learning...
This term our topic is
The ancient Egyptian civilisation began 5,000 years ago and lasted for around 3,000 years!
Click on the picture below to watch a video and find out more about the ancient Egyptians.
You can also follow the link to make your own pyramid treasure tomb!
Tutankhamun was an Egyptian pharaoh. Click on the link below to watch a video about why he was so important.
Have a go at the interactive Tutankhamun puzzle at the bottom of the page...
You are an explorer who has discovered an ancient tomb in Beni Hasan, Egypt. Can you collect the artefacts and bring them back safely to the World Museum?
Watch out for the mummy on the loose!
Click below to play...
Here are my recommended reads for this term. I will be interested to know what you think about any that you read.
*Charlotte's Web - E. B. White
*The Emperor's New Clothes - Hans Christian Anderson
*Just William - Richmal Crompton
*The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane - Katie DiCamillo
*The Ice Palace - Robert Swindells
*Flanders Fields - John McCray
*Revolting Rhymes - Roald Dahl
*The Iron Man - Ted Hughes
*Love that Dog - Sharron Creech
*Platform 13 - Eva Ibbatson
Have a look at our class newsletter to find out more about what's happening this term...
News and features from BBC News - Education and Family
- 'Social workers ran my life as a kid in care - now I am one'
In care from the age of four, homeless at 19... now 23, Kerry has turned her life around.
- Pointless work meetings 'really a form of therapy'
More managerial jobs generate more meetings, but they are not about making decisions, says a study.
- Warwick University Hong Kong exchange students called back to UK
The University of Warwick said it is "no longer appropriate" for its students to remain in Hong Kong…
- One in 50 'children in need' are not yet born
Rising numbers of children are being officially labelled as vulnerable before they are even born.
- Teens in care in Birmingham 'without food or bedding'
Two teenagers tell BBC Newsnight about their experiences of living in semi-supported accommodation.