Teacher :Miss Lehan
Hello and welcome to Goldsmiths class. We are looking forward to sharing our progress and the learning taking place in our class with you this year.
We have P.E on Tuesdays and Thursdays each week and it is really important that your child is properly equipped for these lessons with T-shirt, shorts, trainers and as the weather gets colder, track suit bottoms.
Every child will be sent home weekly homework,consisting of spellings and timetables on a Friday . This will need to be brought back to school the following Wednesday every week.
Reading record books are sent home daily. It is important that every child reads on a daily basis and has their book signed. This book should be brought to school every day.
If you have any questions I am available at home time each day. Tuesday - Friday
Brooklyn - For constantly showing all of our school values and being an amazing role model to all of his class members. You show respect at all times and endeavour to always achieve your best . Well done Brooklyn I am very proud of you .
Roald Dahl Day
Goldsmiths enjoyed learning about all the stories created by Roald Dahl today . We particularly focused on The Twits. We had great fun created DISGUSTING beards inspired by Mr Twit. To make them even worse we added real food just like the book. Cornflakes, sardines, cheese and ketchup.
Roald Dahl Day
Wednesday 13th September
I am excited to announce that Goldsmiths well be celebrating Roald Dahl day on Wednesday 13th September. We ask that your child dresses up as a character from any Roald Dahl book and bring a £1 contribution for charity.
This will be an exciting day with many fun activities taking place throughout the day.
Here are some characters for inspiration.
Jacob - For giving 110% in his learning and contribution in class. For showing maturity and being a fantastic role model .
Well done we are very proud of you.
Maths week 1
This week we have been learning about place value
Th H T U
We have been ordering and comparing numbers beyond 1000 and mentally adding and subtracting numbers beyond 1000
Challenge your child to complete this task
-1000 -100 starting number + 100 +1000
Literacy week 1
In Literacy we have been exploring the book 'A Walk in London' by Salvatore Rubbino
It is a journey story about a mother and her child walking through London and experiencing the famous landmarks London has to offer.
We have been developing understanding through drama recreating the landmarks using just our bodies and developing our writing buy applying inverted commas to our stories.
Ask your child to explain when and why we use inverted commas
How many famous London landmarks can your child name?
In addition to weekly spellings
Your child should be able to read and spell all these words by the end of year 4