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:

 

Homework is given out on Fridays and returned the following Thursday. This will consist of maths, grammar and vocabulary.
 
Spellings and times table are expected to be practised regularly over the week. We take home a new set of spellings every Monday, to learn for our test each Friday.
 
P.E. is on a Monday – children are expected to have their kit to participate (P.E. kit will be taken home after use and not left on school premises).
 
If your child is having a school lunch please ensure that payment is now done through our online payment service.
 
snowdrops

Great Trip to Great North Museum!

This week, the Tulips, Snowdrops and Bluebells spent a day at the Great North Museum in Newcastle. We were treated to a superb workshops which was all about jobs in Ancient Egypt. Everyone got to handle different artifacts and discuss their usage. We also had to...

Bookworms Unite!

There's so much to do at Windy Nook during lunchtimes! Children are flocking along to the library to choose another new book for the week. Everyone is welcome! The only problem is deciding which one to choose! Article 17: You have the right to get information that is...

Tenths, Tenths, Tenths!

This week, the Snowdrops have been understanding the relationship between tenths as fractions and decimals. The children have been exploring the nature of tenths, their decimal equivalent of 0.1, and how they make one whole part. Snowdrops have added and multiplied...

Let It Snow!

During Golden Time, Windy Nook's children wrapped up and ventured out to have fun in the snow. Snowmen, snowball fights, snow angels - the Nookers did the lot! It was the perfect way to end another week of hard work from our children. However you plan to enjoy the...

Mummification Mayhem!

This week, the Snowdrops have learned about the Ancient Egyptian process of mummification. Some groups made their own sarcophagus, others sculpted canopic jars, while some people were wrapped in linen and fabric (which definitely was not toilet roll) and mummified!...

Bible study in Snowdrops

As part of our study of Christianity, the Snowdrops have been looking at passages from the Bible and considering how they could be used in a modern-day context. The children analysed the texts and looked for key vocabulary which was linked to various feelings and...

Lower Key Stage 2 Xmas Party!

On Tuesday afternoon, Years 3 and 4 had a wonderful time at their Christmas party. With the aid of a great DJ and lots of super helpers, the children danced, sang and enjoyed party food. The disco outfits were fantastic and we certainly have some unbelievable movers...

Perimeter Problems

To enrich learning and understanding of perimeter, the Snowdrops have been using tape measures and trundle wheels, and doing some measuring - all over school. The children worked together to measure classroom objects and parts of the school grounds. Their group work...

Windy Nook Primary School presents: Jack and the Beansprout

Our very talented Year 6 children along with some children from Years 3, 4 and 5 (choir) would like to proudly present: Jack and the Beansprout. Our annual school pantomime is open to all parents of our school community. Please call into reception for further...

Have We Got News For You!

As part of their RE curriculum, the Snowdrops have been writing scripts for TV news reports. The news bulletin was about the Nativity and the visit of the shepherds by the Angel Gabriel. In small groups, the Snowdrops scripted, rehearsed and then acted out the TV news...

Celebrating a 100 years of WWI ending

To celebrate the 100th year anniversary of WWI ending the whole school came together to remember. Each child was asked to bring in a plastic pop bottle so the base could be cut off and decorated with red paint to create a poppy. The whole school from nursery to year 6...

Christmas Cards in Snowdrops

Last week, the Snowdrops finalised their light-up Christmas card designs. This involved drawing and colouring, as well as mapping out where the light would go. Their work is looking excellent and we can't wait to start working on the electric circuits!

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