Welcome to Foxes class!
Welcome to Foxes class!
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Click Foxes' Learning Links (at the bottom of the page) to view and click the website links for our topics
Foxes is made up of Year 3 children and Year 4 children. At the moment we have 27 children in our class.
Our class teacher is Mrs Green and Miss Marchment also teaches us for some lessons including Maths, Computing and Music. Our teaching assistants are Mrs Thacker (who actually came to this school when she was a child!), Miss Renee and Mrs Hughes.
Mrs Green has an interest in Maths and leads this across the school. She also runs our School Council group which give the children a voice in ways to celebrate our achievements and make improvements to our school and its environment. The school council are always looking at ways to Make A Difference to our local community and around the world too.
As the oldest children in the school, we take on responsibilities and jobs to help our school run smoothly. One of those roles is to look after new children that arrive in the school, especially the new Hedgehogs when they arrive in September. The Hedgehogs are given a ‘buddy’ from Year 4 and sometimes Year 3, who will sit with them at lunchtime and look after them in the playground. We also have House Captains - two for each house - who are role models and leaders of our 4 house teams across the school - and lots of monitor jobs which we enjoy such as choosing the music for worship and welcoming visitors into school.
In the Summer term, our Year 4 children get the opportunity to go to Leeson House near Swanage for a one-night residential trip. They participate in lots of exciting activities there, enhancing their learning and strengthening relationships before going to middle school. It is definitely a highlight of the year!
The children of Foxes class often get the opportunity to represent the school in various interschool sporting events, for example running and tag rugby, and take part in sports festivals hosted by our local middle schools. We even have a class set of school tracksuits so we look very smart!
As part of the Key Stage 2 curriculum, we learn French. Mrs Green takes the class for this and we learn basic conversation and language.
Please continue to support your child by:
- Hearing your child read or encouraging them to read independently for 10 minutes daily
- Supporting your child with spellings by practising daily referring to the weekly home learning sheet.
- Practising times tables (eg. Times Tables Rock Stars 5 minutes each day)
- Regular use of Mathletics and Hit The Button for Maths fluency
- Supporting your child with additional experiences or research about our topics - we would love to hear what you have found out or explored!
- If you have any questions about your child’s learning, please don’t hesitate to come and see us
Many thanks for your continuing support.
Foxes' Learning Links
Topmarks - Rivers games, activities and websites click here
Canal and River Trust Game Zone click here
BBC Bitesize Rivers click here
Crickweb Geography games click here
Nat Geo Kids click here
BBC The Water Cycle click here
BBC What is evaporation and condensation? Click here
Listen to The Wind in the Willows click here
Games by the river to read about click here
Ten Mammals to Look Out For Around the Waterways click here
River pollution information click here
Maths Games and links:
New! Times Tables Rock Stars https://ttrockstars.com/
Divider Machine - how many 'goes into'...
Speed Grid Challenge - addition game
Save the Jelly Men - make the target numbers
Broken Calculator - Can you make the target amount using only the keys given?
Topmarks spelling, grammar, reading etc click here
Rhyme Zone - Rhyming dictionary
Your weight on other worlds - How heavy are you on Jupiter and Mars?
Rollercoaster designer - play with the force of gravity
Forces - Parkworld Plot (get the facts then help to save Parkworld from Bertie Block)