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Welcome to Hazel Class - Years 3 & 4 - Key Stage 2

Welcome to Hazel Class page!

 

Class Teacher

Miss Maidman 

Teaching Assistant

Mrs Elliott - Monday-Wednesday

Mrs Clift - Thursday & Friday

 

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Our Learning Mindset

What we are learning this term...

Term 2 - The Romans!

This term, Hazel's topic is The Romans, focusing on the History  and exploring this topic through our English and Maths lessons! We are going to explore who they were, what they did, how they lived and where they lived and they have done for us today. 

We will be encorportating lots of Art, English,Maths, Geography and History within the topic. 

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Hazel Class will be taught everyday by myself, Miss Maidman, and the children will be supported by Mrs Elliott and Mrs Clift. PE will be taught by Mrs Douch on Tuesday (Yr3) and Thursdays as well as Year 4 having Swimming lessons on a Tuesday morning.  Therefore, please insure that the children have a full PE kit in school at all times, including trainers and tracksuit bottoms should the weather get cold, as well as a water bottle in school every day!

In English lessons we are focusing on both Fiction, Non-fiction and starting with a poetry week this term. We will book looking at, researching and creating our own Roman Myths using the Orchard Book of Roman Myths. We will be focusing ont he story of Romulus and Remus and how Roma came to be. The children will then be looking at other myths to create their own. 

This term in Maths we will be looking at Multiplication - focusing mainly on 6, 7, 8 and 9 times tables. This is highly important especially for Year 4's with the recent Government test being bought in. We will be looking at games, techniques and songs to help us learn these at speed and using the inverse (division). We will then be looking at Roman Numerals to link with our topic. 

Our Science topic this term is Living Things and their Habitats! We will be learning about differemt types of animals, being able to classfiy them, look at their habitats and how they adapt to different climates and changes. 

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