We are now taking bookings for September. Please complete and Read more →
Class 4 is a mixed year 5 and year 6 group. They are currently taught by Melissa Pinfield, the Deputy Headteacher. Mr Hunt works with the class on Tuesday afternoons teaching ICT and PHSME. They are supported by teaching assistants Heather Thomson, Jo Cocking and Michelle White. Rachel Lane works with the class on Thursday mornings.
Here is the timetable for this term.
Until Google Classroom is set up, you can find the week’s spellings here.
Spellings homework 16.9.21
Remember to practise your spellings throughout the week. You can choose to either learn the words from the first column or learn all the spellings. There will be a spellings quiz on Friday 24th September on the first column words. If you have learnt the spelling challenge words, you will be quizzed on these too.
|ough words||ough words – challenge|
|bough, cough, dough, enough, bought, plough, though, drought, sought, thought, tough||thorough, rough, although, brought|
Remember to work on your times tables using T T Rockstars.
Want a spellings challenge this week too? Here are the 100 words that Year 5 and 6 should know. Have a go at working on some of these.
Here are some pictures from our trip to Cornwall at War Museum. Thank you to Steve and Cheryl for showing us around on our trip.
Maths morning with Mr Mercer from Callington College. We had lots of puzzles to solve in teams.
This is Class 4 trying to make lemon batteries as part of our work on circuits this term.
We were making and writing about Anderson shelters. Here is one that was completed for homework.
Class 4 visited The Box at Plymouth for a workshop on Plymouth during the Blitz. We had a chance to look at artefacts and try and match them up to people who had played important roles during the war.
Supporting your child with SPAG
Here is a useful guide to the technical terms.
Supporting your child with spellings
Here are some ideas on how to help with spellings each week.
Staying safe online
Do you know how to keep yourself safe online? Do you know what to do if you feel unsafe? To find out more, click on the Think U Know logo.