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WELCOME TO DRAGONS' CLASS

YEAR 4

 

 

 

Dragons' Class notices:

​Spellings - New spellings are given every Monday and stuck into your homework diary. Spelling tests take place on Friday mornings.

Homework - Homework tasks are set on Thursdays and should be handed in by the following Tuesday. These will not be set weekly.

Reading - Dragons should be reading at home at least 3 x a week. Homework diaries should be signed if you have read aloud to an adult or you have read independently. 3 signatures = a reading sticker towards a certificate. 

Mathletics - Mathletics tasks are set weekly on a Monday and should be completed by Sunday. If children achieve over 1000 points in one week they will receive a certificate.

Timestables - Are vital for your developing your maths skills. These should be practised often at home. The times tables your dragon is working on is written in their homework diary. Please use Times Tables Rock Stars to help your child practise at home.

 

 

 

Dragons 'All at Sea' Summer context grid:

Dragons 'All at Sea' Summer context grid: 1

Summer Team - Class Theme Week - Knowledge Organiser

Summer Team - Class Theme Week - Knowledge Organiser 1

Spring Term - Class Theme Week - Knowledge Organiser

Spring Term - Class Theme Week - Knowledge Organiser 1

Dragons 'Sand or Stone' Autumn context grid:

Dragons 'Sand or Stone' Autumn context grid: 1

Please see a copy of our class welcome letter:

Books Dragons will be reading, sharing and recommending after Autumn half term:

Books Dragons will be reading, sharing and recommending before Autumn half term:

'In the Net' Internet Safety

'In the Net' Internet Safety 1

'It’s Dotty’s birthday and she’s just got a shiny new ipad.  But there’s a problem.  She’s not being too safe online.  She’s posting personal information, chatting to strangers and making rude comments about school friends.  When her behaviour results in her being pulled into the computer Dotty finds herself caught 'In the Net’.  The clock is ticking and in order to get home she must go on a quest – a quest to find out how to be safer online.  Along the way she’s helped by a whole host of strange characters.' 

 

Can you remember the rules for staying safe online?

We learnt all about the things below:

Safe Internet/Social Media Use

Keeping personal information safe

The effects of cyber-bullying on others

What to do if you are being cyber-bullied

What to do when you get that 'Oh Oh' feeling online

What to do if you have questions or concerns

 

'Talking to People in a Nice Way' by Watermoor Primary School

'Talking to People in a Nice Way' is an original song written by Watermoor Primary School. Watermoor is participating in a brand new Songwriting Charity programme called 'Something Kind'. 'Something Kind' encourages acts of kindness through songwriting - giving "Kindness" the reputation it deserves.

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