Years 3 and 4
(Updated September 17)
Dosbarth Llywelyn – Mrs Merian Hughes
Dosbarth Crafnant – Mrs Sue-Ellen Jensen
Dosbarth Geirionydd – Mrs Sophie Durkin
You will find your child’s username and password in their homework book. The class teacher will assign weekly activities to support and further develop the skills being taught in class.
There will be two sessions of P.E a week. Please make sure that P.E kits are brought in every Monday and left in school until Friday.
Book bags, reading books and reading records have now been sent home. Please ensure that these are brought in to school every day.
Thank you for your co-operation and support.
Our main topic is based on the book ‘Wendi Wlanog a Lili’r Wyddfa’ (Woolly Wendy and the Snowdon Lily).
-Doubling & halving
-Time (analogue and digital)
>Please practise times tables (in random order) on a regular basis
-Identifying adjectives, verbs, adverbs, common nouns, proper nouns and pronouns in a text
-Identifying ‘Who’, ‘What’, ‘When’ and ‘Where’ in a text
-Identifying the purpose of a text e.g. to persuade
-Speaking clearly and confidently in front of the class
>Spellings will continue to be given out on a weekly basis
>Please continue to listen to your child reading at home and sign the Reading Record on a regular basis
-Properties of materials
-We will be focusing on insulation to help us plan our ‘Craig y Pod’ building on the school grounds
AUTUMN TERM 2017
Our main topic this term is based on the book, ‘George Saves the World by Lunchtime.’ Lessons will be planned around the theme of reducing, reusing and recycling. We have already started off the topic with a visit from the Conwy Recycling Department.
This term we will be focusing on the four rules:
This term we will be focusing on:
-Spelling the first 200 High Frequency words
-Spelling patterns e.g. ing, on a weekly basis
-Writing accurate sentences
-Writing simple, compound and complex sentences
-Reading a range of non-fiction and fiction text
-Presenting information clearly in front of the class
Science – How humans affect the local environment