This week we worked really hard creating gorgeous pictures showing what prayer meant to us.
These pictures are on their way to be part of a display at Rochester Cathedral alongside work from other schools and local artists.
David, Aidan and Kian represented West Malling in a hockey tournament this week - we came 2nd!
Great work boys!
Week beginning 30th April
Please excuse the lack of activity on our class page, but we are back!
Here are our spellings for the week AND our class newsletter which we will also send out with the children.
Week Beginning 26th March
Performance week is finally here!
Please remember the performances of our Rainforest Concert are on Tuesday 27th at 1.30pm and 6.30pm. (Tickets available at the office.)
For the evening performance we ask that the children arrive back at school no earlier than 6.15pm and come straight into the classroom.
The children's costumes are amazing - thank you to all of you who have worked so hard to make them look so brilliant!
Have a wonderful Easter break and we will see you again on the 16th April.
Our Learner of the week this week was Max.
Max is working really hard and always tries to be the best he can be! Keep it up Max!
Our Stars of the Day were amazing this week for all kinds of different reasons; from helping others to tidying the classroom without being asked to singing beautifully.
Well done everyone!
Last week a few of Mulberry class were lucky enough to go along to a writer's workshop at Ryarsh Primary school. The author Colin R Parsons was there helping develop writing skills.
They all had a great day!
One week to our Rainforest Concert! We have seen some wonderful costumes, thank you.
A reminder that tickets are on sale in the office from Tuesday 20th. In case you didn't see it, the school newsletter had this message:
Tuesday 27th March
Mulberry and Oak performance “Rainforest Concert”
1.30pm and 6.30pm
Tickets will be available from Tuesday (20th March), 50p adults, children free.
No under5’s to the evening performance please. All pupils will have seen the concert during school time.
There will be no spellings this week as we are busy rehearsing and singing. Spellings will start again after the Easter Break.
Mulberry and Oak Class
We are sure that the children have told you all about the songs we are busy learning for our Rainforest Concert. This will be held on the afternoon and evening of Tuesday 27th March. We will send more details about times in a later letter.
We ask that the children dress up like animals – but we really do not want you to go to any expense with regards to costumes. We thought if they had animal print, striped or spotty items they could wear these, or if not brightly coloured but plain tshirts with leggings or tracksuit bottoms. Perhaps some of them have dress up items that might be appropriate such as wings or tails.
We have been learning about the Rainforest so would love the children to be brightly coloured parrots, butterflies, tree frogs or tigers or orangutans! We will make masks or headpieces in class so it would be great if they had an idea of what colour/clothes they could wear so we can try and match this. If they could bring their outfits into school by Monday 19th March, this will give us time to see if we can add wings, antennae or tails!
Thank you for your support in this, the children are very excited!
The Year 3 & 4 Teams
Homework - Term 4
We are sure the children have told you, but as we are so busy preparing for our Rainforest Concert we have said that they can choose to learn their songs in place of our usual homework.
The homework books are in class and the children have the option of bringing them home and completing the set tasks if they wish.
More information about the concert will follow soon.
This term we have been working hard learning about grams and kilograms. We have used different scales to weigh things and have improved our estimation skills.
If you get a chance, why not try to make a cake or bake some biscuits and use all your new knowledge to measure out the ingredients carefully! Let us know how it goes!
Remember to look carefully at the scale and work out what each interval (little mark) is worth.