Welcome to our Year 3/4 Phase Page

Here you will find useful information through our termly newsletters and view our children’s fantastic work.

Current Newsletter and Spellings

Year 3-4 Newsletter September 2020

Spelling lists

Strategies to learn Spellings

Spring Term 2021

Easter egg design competition winners

 

Autumn Term 2020-2021

Lower Key Stage 2 wrote and presented some brilliant adverts promoting a Baltic Cruise to various capital cities from this region.

 

Year 3 worked well with arrays to show how this represents multiplication.

  

Year 4 spent time using lolly sticks to create Roman numerals. An engaging way to make this lesson memorable.

Lower KS2 had a fabulous time describing hidden objects in ‘feely bags’ to prove that light is needed to see and that darkness is the absence of light.

 

Lower Key Stage 2 loved this science lesson where they created ear gongs using string and coat-hangers to explore how for a sound to occur, something will have vibrated.

Lower Key stage two have loved learning more about our world. They now understand about the equator, the hemispheres and how this effects climate.

Science fun in Lower Key Stage 2. We explored changing states with ‘ice hands’ and learnt about the functions of the skeleton.

Maths fun. Exploring addition with practical resources to check we fully understand what is happening in a calculation so our written methods are not just ‘tricks’.

 

 2019-2020

Curriculum 

Year 3-4 Curriculum Map 2019-2020

LKS2 PE curriculum

There are also a number of teaching websites that are now free to use for all parents and children. They contain many ideas and activities for learning across the curriculum.

TWINKL

Classroom Secrets

MESSAGE from STARS team (autism specialist support service)

We know that changes to routine, the sensory challenges of increased handwashing and the general anxiety of the situation can have a big impact for Autistic children and young people. Below are some links to information/resources that may help. Please share these with your colleagues and the parents/guardians of the children you support. Some of these may also be useful for other children and young people in your settings.

There are some resources/information to support children and young people with Autism available on the STARS website http://www.starsteam.org.uk/coronavirus-resources I have also attached some generic symbols that may be useful for parents/carers whilst children are at home. In addition to this the National Autistic society has some useful information and links:  https://www.autism.org.uk/services/helplines/coronavirus.asp The NAS helpline remains open and could be a useful source of support for parents during the current unprecedented circumstances: https://www.autism.org.uk/services/helplines/main.aspx Tel:  0808 800 4104 Opening times: Monday to Thursday 10am-4pm and Friday 9am-3pm. The Leeds Community healthcare trust has some useful resources/information/links in its toolkit: https://www.leedscommunityhealthcare.nhs.uk/our-services-a-z/speech-and-language-therapy2/service-downloads/. There is some useful information and video clips to support with Intensive Interaction @ https://www.intensiveinteraction.org/

Generic symbols for home