We are all really looking forward to the new term ahead!
I hope everyone has had a great summer and looking forward to the term ahead!
Our first topic is World War 1 where we will be learning all about how the war began and what it was like to live during that time. This term, our English topics will be based around our history topic.
In Science, we will be looking at Animals including Humans and learning in detail how our bodies work.
Maths will focus on place value and the four operations throughout the first half term.
As always, autumn term gets very busy, especially with the run up to our phenomenal Christmas play which will be revealed later on in the term but please remember that regular reading and learning those times tables and division facts is a important part of learning.
Our class page will be updated regularly throughout the term with useful websites and ways to help your child at home, so please check this page regularly.
Please keep an eye out for new updates on our Class blog through the following link: https://www.huby.n-yorks.sch.uk/category/class-4-blog/
Some helpful websites for revision in Class 4:
A fantastic website covering all topics of the curriculum with quizzes for each one- try and test yourself!
A range of interactive Maths games on each topic of the curriculum.
Try beating your own score on the multiplication/division facts game!
A website we have used in our revision sessions to practise speed reading.
Helpful tool which breaks down sentences into their word classes.
A range of resources based on spelling and grammar.
East Barnby June 2018
After our exciting Thursday we have just had tuck shop and are getting ready for the talent show!
Another fun-packed day of activities at East Barnby! (Wednesday)
Year 6 have had a very exciting first couple of days at East Barnby. They have been trying some new activities including body boarding, mountain biking, canoeing and rock climbing and making lots of new friends too!
They are looking forward to our campfire tonight…
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