Bunny Run - Friday 12th April 2019

Welcome to Class 4!

Class 4 is a bright, colourful, learning environment. The children begin to learn more independently, through discussion, challenge and exploration of topics.  They begin to take on whole-school responsibilities, holding key positions on the Eco-Committee and School Council as well as acting as lunchtime and playground buddies.  Individual, paired and group work help the children to share ideas to move their learning forward.  Towards the end of their time in Class 4, children are supported through the transition process as they move to their next school.  They have the opportunity to attend a residential learning programme which enables them to develop personal and teamwork skills away from the classroom.

 

CLASS 4 PARENT WORKSHOP 2017 - 2018

 

Termly Topic Overview 2017 - 2018

Spring Term 2019

Autumn Term

 

 Termly Topic Overview 2017 - 2018

Summer Term 2018

Spring Term 2018

Autumn Term 2017

 

Termly Topic Overview Year 2016 - 2017

 

CLASS 4 SPRING TERM 2017

CLASS 4 AUTUMN TERM 2016

 

 

 

 

Reading

Our guided reading and individual reading books are made up from a range of reading schemes and Free Reader books to ensure the children are exposed to a wide and varied vocabulary. All books are colour coded and matched to reading abilities to ensure children read texts at a level appropriate to them. The Oxford Reading Tree scheme (ORT) remains the core system and pupils are introduced to the characters and texts in the Foundation Stage. Pupils reading to the equivalent of ORT level 14 will be encouraged to select from a wider range of Free Reader texts.

If you would like to learn more the full Literacy Policy can be viewed under the Key Documents section and you can always speak with your Class Teacher.

Reading Support Booklet

 

Phonics

Phonics and Spelling The teaching of phonics is introduced in Reception. Teachers use the ‘Letters and Sounds’ scheme up to the end of Year 2, thereafter the National Curriculum word and spelling lists.

If you would like to learn more the full Literacy Policy can be viewed under the Key Documents section and you can always speak with your Class Teacher.