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Year 4/5

Welcome to the Year 4 and 5 Class Page.

 

Hello and a very warm welcome back to Plasmarl Primary.   I know things feel a little different to normal but we are very excited for the year ahead in Year 4/5. 

 

There is always lots going on in Year 4/5.  We have busy days packed full of hard work and fun with Miss Mabbett and Mr Hayward. 

 

To keep up to date with what we are doing in class, simply click on the Twitter feed above or follow us on @PlasYear4and5.

 

 

Important Information

 

This term our topic is Crime and Punishment. In our class we shall be focusing on the history of crime and punishment through Humanities, police portraits in Expressive Arts and exploring crime scenes in Science and Technology. 

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It is very important that the children read as often as possible at home and in school. Therefore it is vital that all children bring their reading books and records every day!!

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Spelling words and times tables will be given out every Friday, and the children will be expected to practise these at home. They will have a test of these words and the times tables the following Friday morning.

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P.E. lessons will take place on a Friday, and it is important that the children bring appropriate footwear and clothing.

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Useful Websites for 'Home Learning' :- 

 

Sumdog-For Maths and Literacy games. Log in using your HWB login details e.g. Username: JonesP232 Password: Mine3281 - https://www.sumdog.com

 

Swansea Virtual School- useful resources, support and advice https://swanseavirtualschool.org/

 

Oxford Owl- sign up for free to access free eBooks that your child can read on screen  https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

 

BBC Bitesize-  for lessons full of videos, quizzes and practice activities to help you with home learning.   https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

 

 

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