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  1. YEAR GROUPS
  2. Year 3/4

Year 3/4 - Jade, Emerald & Juniper Classes

In September we usually invite parents and carers into class to see and hear about the expectations on children's learning for this year. 

You can click the link here to download a PDF of the presentation.

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Year 3/4 follow a two-year topic cycle. In 2021 -2022, the topics are:

KNOWLEDGE MATS

AUTUMN

 

Stones, Bones & Ceremonies

 

SPRING

 

Roaming Romans

SUMMER

 

Go GREEN!

HOMEWORK GRIDS

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Stones, Bones & Ceremonies

 

HOMEWORK GRID

Roaming Romans

HOMEWORK GRID

Up the Beanstalk!

WORD AWARENESS

1st Half Term

Spelling/Vocabulary

 

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2nd Half Term

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2nd Half-Term

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Physical Education

During the  2021 - 2022 academic year, Y3/4 children have P.E. lessons on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Educational Visits & Visitors

Please check below for the proposed educational visits and visitors across this year's learning. 

To reduce the financial burden on families, we invite visitors into school as much as possible. We do include one educational visit that requires a coach and this is highlighted below to allow families to plan.

Details of each trip will be emailed out nearer the time with more detailed information along with requests for payment donation.

 

Autumn Term – Stones, Bones & Ceremonies

Portal to the Past - A visitor from the Bronze Age meets the children to share details of how they lived; their shelter, their food and the tools they used . The children have a chance to ask questions to learn even more about life in pre-historic Britain.

 

Spring Term – Roaming Romans

A Roman visitor comes into school to tell the children about their life in Roman Britain. They include details of how they lived, the food they ate and the tools and equipment they used. Children have a chance to ask questions and learn about life in Roman Britain.

 

A trip to Fishbourne Roman Palace near Chichester to experience life in Roman Britain surrounded by the ruins and artefacts of a real Roman villa.

What did people do at Fishbourne 2000 years ago?  How do archaeologists find out about the past?
This practical workshop gives children a chance to experiment with a variety of different hands-on activities, including mosaic-making, writing on wax tablets, spinning wool, arch and roof building, and role play in the Roman kitchen.  During the workshop each child gets the opportunity to dress as a slave and selected children will also dress in full Roman costume.

 

Summer Term – Up the Beanstalk!

Stanmer Park Nature Reserve - A visit to explore the extensive reserve investigating the plants that grow there and learning how they have adapted to life in the south east of England.