Welcome to Robins!
Our class teacher is Mr Pitt and our TA's are Mrs Evans and Miss Stones.
In the Summer term, our focus is the Ancient Egyptians. We will be learning all about their daily lives, their beliefs, their amazing buildings and, of course, their mummies!
In Science, we are learning about Electrical Circuits and Conductors. We will be doing lots of practical investigations using circuits, and learning about safety around electical devices.
In Art, we are exploring 3-D representation of the human form, including statues, statuettes and figurines. We will study examples from ancient civilisations, and use clay skills to create a figurine.
Things to do at home to support your learning (See the links below):
* Practice your times tables, all the way to 12x12.
* Log on to TT-Rockstars and practice sound check every day
* Practice the spellings on Spelling shed.
* Practice the Y3/4 Statutory Spellings.
Here are the knowledge organisers for our main projects.
Follow our twitter page for updates on our learning:
Statutory spelling list for years 3 and 4
Here are some useful websites for home learning.
BBC Bitesize covers a range of subjects.
Learning resources for primary schools offering video, audio and downloads for Early Years, KS1 & KS2 covering music, dance, drama, history, collective worship, assemblies, literacy and maths.
Maths games for all of key stage 2
Click on “For Kids” to access some fun games to practise speed of recall of times tables.
This site has loads of Maths games which help to practise a range of skills.
Loads of Maths games on a range of Mathematical concepts.
A range of English games and activities.
Activities to reinforce and practice a range of spelling rules.
A range of activities and games to practice a range of spelling rules and patterns.
Spellings are given out on Fridays and tested on Friday. Please encourage your children to practise their spellings.
PE is on Wednesday afternoons. Please come to school in your PE kit.
Reading should be completed daily.
Please practice times tables.
Children are encouraged to bring in a water bottle to keep in the classroom throughout the day. This is particularly important as the weather gets warmer.