Class 4H 2020 - 2021

Mrs Irlam

Welcome to Class 4H!

Everyone in 4H is working hard and going the extra 2%!

4H have been SUPER-SELFERS and spreading the happiness since our return to school.

Welcome to year 4

Everyone in 4H has made a great start to the year, settling back into school routines and putting in the extra effort. Everyone has been aiming to improve their handwriting as we aim to achieve a pen in November. Reading has started well, getting back into good reading habits. This year is key, in developing your understanding of texts so make sure you ask questions and discuss the events in your books.

Reading   Everyone has a reading book. 

It is great to establish good reading habbits. Please aim to read as much as possible as this will build up your fluency and languge knowledge which helps across all lessons.  Plus it is simply great fun!  Ask an adult to listen to you read every week, ideally every night but at least three times a week.  Remember you can read ahead yourself for those confident readers with large novels. Just check with Miss Irlam if your not sure.

Please ask an adult to sign your home work diary at least once a week.

Please enjoy reading your books and share what happens in class.

Maths  

We continue to focus on our times tables especially 6x, 7x, 8x and 9x. 

Keep practising so that you can recall the answers at speed. Why not test yourself against the clock with mixed questions? Remember to take advantage of the mesmerising Maths Shed Challenge! 

We aim to know our multiplication tables up to 12X12 really well so that we can recall facts within 6 seconds. Speedy recall really helps in mathematics and our everyday lives (Multiplication is a skill we will use all our lives.) 

The more you complete, the more points you gain! We will be looking out for Maths Shed Champions every Friday.  Everyone has been given their password. Your user name is Lhp initial and surname.

PE  

Our PE days this half term will be Tuesday and Thursday.

Please ensure that your child comes to school wearing their full PE kit on those days.  Your child should have a pair of black pumps in school for indoor sessions. ( these can be left in their cloakroom.

Homework

Due to the current situation and in reducing contact from home to school and protecting class bubbles homework will consist of Spellings to learn every Monday with a test on Friday.  Times tables are tested regularly throughout the week so please practise. Reading at home is a large part of Homework and rebuilding skills after Lockdown. 

Your teacher is Miss Irlam. If you would like to contact Miss Irlam a parent/carer may do so via email. Jill.Irlam@luntsheath.halton.sch.uk

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Lunt's Heath Primary School

Wedgewood Drive
Widnes
Cheshire
WA8 9RJ

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