Snowdrops (Y3/4)

Mr Brown

Welcome to Snowdrops

Welcome to Snowdrops. We are a Year 3/4 class and our teacher is Mr. Brown. We are a hardworking class and always do our best.

Resources:

https://ttrockstars.com/login

https://play.spellingshed.com/#/login

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/fruitshoot/fruitshoot_addition.htm

Important information:

We will have PE on Mondays and we will take our PE kit home with us each Monday afternoon.
Homework is given out on Fridays and returned the following Thursday. This will consist of maths, grammar and vocabulary.
We take home a new set of spellings every Monday, to learn for our test each Friday. Spellings and times table are expected to be practised regularly over the week.
If your child is having school lunch, please ensure that payment is brought in at the beginning of the week.
Thanks for reading. Remember to check the website each week to see what we’ve been learning!
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European Day of Languages in LKS2

What a fantastic day Year 3 and 4 had yesterday for the European Day of Languages. Their chosen country was Italy and all the children looked brilliant dressed in the colours of the flag. They went on to learn how to say some simple greetings and count in Italian...

Eurovision at Windy Nook Primary School

Today the whole school celebrated the European Day of Languages which was a great success as we all improved our understanding of different cultures and languages while having good fun! Each phase studied a different European country and learnt a song in a different...

Roman Day in LKS2

LKS2 had a fantastic day today to begin their new topic Julius Caesar; Roman Geezer. They took part in a range of activities such as learning about Roman numerals, making headdresses, playing a popular Roman game (Rota), learning a song and enjoying a feast. They came...

Key Stage 2 Sports Day

Yesterday was the Key Stage Two Sports Day. The children worked in teams and completed 12 activities. They then competed in year group running races. We even had a parents race!!! The weather was very kind to us and the children had a lot of fun. Thank you to everyone...

My neighbour and me- connecting our communities

Windy Nook is taking part in the 'My neighbour and me- connecting our communities' project as part of our International School Award. The aim of this initiative is to share information about our school and community with another school in the local area. Our partner...

Transition Week in Snowdrops

Year 2 and 3 have had a great week meeting their new class in Snowdrops. They've been learning all about Road Dahl, their class author, and have produced some great biographies about him. They've also worked on data handling, collecting data about his books and...

Violin Showcase

Wow! Lower Key Stage 2 have just completed their Violin Showcase in front of a very impressed set of parents. Despite being cooped up inside most of the day due to the horrible weather, the children were fantastic and behaved so well from start to finish. Their...

Pop Art in the Snowdrops

In the Snowdrops we have recently enjoyed completing our Pop Art study. This involved us producing pictures of ourselves in the style of Roy Lichtenstein, As you can see from our final pieces, they are truly like us and we are very proud of our work. What do you...

School Games Day in Key Stage Two

This afternoon Key Stage Two had a great School Games. They paraded around the yard in the colours of their countries, waving flags and banners. The reception and nursery children opened the Games with an amazing Spanish dance. They then took part in different...

Super Science Workshop for LKS2!

Well, what a day Wednesday was! All of LKS2 took part in a workshop with Mike as part of our science topic on teeth. They learnt all about teeth and how our teeth are different to animals'. They then learnt about the importance of keeping teeth clean and how...

Everyone a Winner!

After yesterday's result with our 50% success rate, we took Mike's advice and reheated our borax solution to see if we could grow crystals on the unsuccessful decorations. By leaving them in the solution for another 24 hours, we were amazed to find that not only did...

Growing Crystals!

What a nail biting finish in the Snowdrops today, as we finally found out if we had successfully managed to grow crystals. Over the last few days, we have put into practice the science knowledge we gathered during the Spring term relating to changing the shape of...

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