Welcome to Miss Town's Year 4/5 Class Page

 

We do PE on: Monday and Friday

We test spellings on: Friday

We practise our times tables: Daily

Our daily homework is to read to an adult at home and practise our times tables and spellings in order to ensure we make the best possible progress during our time in Year 4 and Year 5

Additional homework will be set occasionally throughout the year. 

 

This term our topic is 'Chocolate'. pdfClick here to find out about the exciting activities we have planned.

 

Useful Documents   

pdfAthelsnandos Homework Tasks                                                              

Class Letters   

 pdfSwimming Letter                                                                              

Over the course of this term, some of the children in our class have been learning to play a number of instruments with Miss Moulds. Today, they performed some of the pieces they have been learning. See the videos below for a few highlights.

In parliament week, we were been debating about whether or not we like school uniform and if we should be able to wear our normal clothes to school. We also had the fantastic opportunity have a video call from the Speaker at the House of Commons. He was able to answer some of our questions we had about his role as the speaker, we found out a lot of useful information!

Year 4/5 have been learning a lot about angles and how to measure them accurately. As it was orchard week, the children grouped up to identify what angles they could find outside. With their protractors, they were able to accurately measure them and describe the angle by using correct mathematical vocabulary. 

 

The children had a fantastic time performing their class assembly to the whole school. The theme was the Stone Age and using our acting, dance and literacy skills we sent everyone back 500,000 years to when cave paintings, mammoth skin and flint axes were created and used. 

In Year 4/5, we were fortunate enough to step back in time to the Stone Age for the day. We were visited by Tempus Fugit's Suzie and Richard, who came to deliver many exciting activities making the Stone Age come alive. 

 

 

On the 26th September, it was the European Day of Languages. In class, we have been learning how to introduce ourselves in Spanish. 

We were lucky enough to have a dance workshop in the hall that focused on the Spanish Dance of Flamenco. During the session, the children focused their attention on hand movements, posture and eye contact. Take a look at some of the photos from the workshop below. 

On Tuesday 19th September, we had a special visit from a Maasai Warrior tribe. We had an exciting time learning about the culture and history of their tribe, as well as what life is like for the tribesmen and women today. 
The warriors performed a variety of songs and dances for us and some children were lucky enough to be able to join in. 
Take a look at some of the photos from the day.