Our Teacher is Mrs Sahin and our Learning Support Assistant is Mrs Gravestock.
At the moment, we are learning all about Rivers and the Neolithic Age. We are making a comparison between Campania (Italy) and Farnborough. Learning about Saxon Settlements and looking at how volcanic activity affects the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and other contrasting global areas and a local history study of Farnborough as well as many more exciting things! Take a look at our Curriculum Maps to see what we are going to learn about throughout our journey this year.
A normal day in our class
Early Morning Task and Register
Foundation Subjects - these areas of the curriculum include RE, Science, Geography/History, Art/DT, Computing, French, PE and Music
Our outdoor PE session is every Tuesday. Please remember to come to school in your PE kit including jogging bottoms.
We follow God Matters in Religious Education (the Portsmouth Diocese scheme of learning). The children learn two and a half hours in Year 3 and 4. Our thematic topic learning (history, geography, art, design and technology) generally occurs in the afternoons.
Things that help us learn
We use Timetable Rockstars, Mathletics and Oxford Reading Owl to support our home learning. We have established the use of Google Classroom as our online learning platform in Years 3 and 4. This is also where homework assignments will be posted.
Our Curriculum Map
In Year 3 and 4, this year, we will learn about Rivers, Saxons & Vikings, Rainforests and a local history study of Farnborough as well as many more exciting things! Take a look at our Curriculum Maps to see what we are going to learn about throughout our journey this year.
This year we are looking to visit Ufton Court to develop understanding of Saxons. Owing to the changes in our curriculum we are exploring possibilities to support the children’s understanding in other areas of learning.
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