Sycamore- Y3/4

Miss Edwards and Miss Robinson

Happy New Year!

What a great first week back it has been! It has been so lovely to see they children full of beans and eager to start back at school after the Christmas break!

We began our week with a discussion about the exciting trips the children have been on, the family and friends they have seen and the activities they have been doing. I am so pleased everyone had a busy but enjoyable break

 Spring Newsletter

The children have all received a newsletter, detailing the term ahead, along with diary dates and reminders. If a newsletter didn’t make it home, there are spare copies available at the office.


Diary Dates

14/01/19 - Year 4 Enterprise Day

21/01/19 – Road Safety Quiz

15/02/19 – Last day of term

25/01/19 – First day of new term

 

Spring Newsletter

The children have all received a newsletter, detailing the term ahead, along with diary dates and reminders. If a newsletter didn’t make it home, there are spare copies available at the office.

Homework

Homework will be given out each Friday and is to be returned by the following Wednesday. Homework is always a consolidation of what the children have been learning but if your child is finding something tricky, please let me know on Monday morning and I will help them.

Useful websites

www.ttrockstars.com  - lots of exciting times table games

www.topmarks.co.uk – hit the button maths game

www.gonoodle.com – movement and mindfulness for children

 

So then, what have Sycamore been up to? Let’s find out.

Newsletters

Our Work

Spring 1 - Maths

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Thursday 25th October 2018

When we arrived at school this morning, Miss Edwards read us a very important letter from the University.

Andrew Potter, an Archaeologist had requested our help with identifying organic remains…. aka…. POO!

As you know, we have been studying The Stone Age and delving into the horrible histories of this period of time. We were extremely excited when our challenge was to find out which organic remains belonged to which part of history.

We worked in pairs to dissect the organic remains (don’t worry, we wore masks and gloves) to work out which poo belonged to who!

 

 

We were given three types of organic remains and three history clues to help us work out if the organic remains belonging to The Stone Age, The Romans or 2018.

Take a look at the fun we had dissecting…

 

 

 

Saplings- YN

Saplings- YN

Mrs Smith, Mrs Fletcher (On Maternity Leave until late 2018), Miss Hickling and Mrs Lever

Willow- Y1

Willow- Y1

Mr Payne, Mr Fletcher and Mrs Gee

Juniper- Y1

Juniper- Y1

Miss Bhalla and Mr Fletcher

Beech-Y2

Beech-Y2

Miss Gibbons and Miss Newbury

Chestnut- Y2

Chestnut- Y2

Miss Morley and Miss Newbury

Hazel- Y5

Hazel- Y5

Mr Roe and Mrs Lees

Alder- Y5

Alder- Y5

Mr Shaw and Mrs Tatters-Smith

Elm- Y6

Elm- Y6

Mrs Ralph and Mrs Akbar-Zia and Mrs Williams

Birch- Y6

Birch- Y6

Miss Cartwright, Mr Grabowski and Mrs Benco

Oak- Y3/4

Oak- Y3/4

Mr Phillips and Mrs Crawford

Sycamore- Y3/4

Sycamore- Y3/4

Miss Edwards and Miss Robinson

Rowan- Y4

Rowan- Y4

Miss Shenton and Miss Robinson

Larch- YR

Larch- YR

Miss Williams and Miss Shaw

Walnut- YR

Walnut- YR

Miss Friel and Miss Smith

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