Monday 14th October
Some more amazing homework appeared this week!
Oak class had obviously put a great deal of time and effort into thinking about what inventions were needed by their friends and families!
We had such a mixture of incredible ideas, from a "Google doll" to a soap maker to a tie tying teacher!
The children had great fun sharing their ideas and showing the class their creations. We look forward to seeing even more
Roald Dahl Homework!
We have had some amazing homework this week!
Taylor and Ollie channelled their inner Willy Wonka and made chocolates and biscuits! Both were shared out and we all agreed were delicious!
Luca created his own Enormous Crocodile who has taken up residence in our book corner for now!
Update: Olwyn treated us all to some vanilla and smartie fudge. Oak class really are inventive when it comes to homework!
To help us with our instruction writing, we created Stone Age pizzas with delicious toppings such as mud (chocolate), maggots (cheese) flaky skin (ham) and lots of other quite horrible things!
However horrible our ingredients were, we all agreed that most of our creations were very tasty!
Worst combination: ham and strawberry!
Best combination: jam, chocolate, strawberry and raspberry.
Music at Malling
The annual concert is to be held at the church next Tuesday 17th September. Oak class are the only class who are playing in the concert, although children in other KS2 classes are invited to watch. This year the theme is the Roald Dahl version of The Three Little Pigs.
The concert is from 2pm - 3pm so we arrive back at school slightly after 3pm on that day. Children who get taxis will be escorted back to school for 3pm.
As explained in the newsletter, Year 4 have a compulsory multiplication table test at the end of the year. Here are a few websites that your child may like to use at home.
Monday 9th September
This week's spellings will come home with the children today. They will be tested next Monday so they have a week to learn them. Please help your child learn as many as you can, at the moment all children have 10 to learn. Thank you.
Our class newsletter will come home this week - we will also upload one onto our class page.
Homework will be coming home next Monday. We ask that it is returned for marking the following Monday and then the children bring their books home on Tuesdays to complete the next week's tasks.
Welcome to Oak 2019-20!
We look forward to seeing you relaxed and ready to work on Tuesday 3rd September!
Please remember PE kits as we will be jumping straight into our curriculum.
Mrs Hillsdon & Mrs Sands