Teacher: Mrs Hart Dyke
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Brierley, Mrs Nicholls
Volunteers: Mrs Bourne and Mrs Kellas
Welcome to Monet Class.
"Every day I discover more and more beautiful things" wrote Monet. Let's strive to make our class a beautiful place to learn this year.
This term we will be looking at The Maya and Aztec civilisations. With the help of our friends at Hands on History and the money raised with our class fundraising, we have a treasure chest full of artefacts to explore. We will also have an all day Maya creative workshop with our friends from Capel Primary School led by the Mexicolore company on 2nd March.
Science will be all about our bodies and the digestive system - lots of experiments. After half term we will look at Sound and use our pets to explore whether bigger ears = better hearing.
Maths will include rounding, adding and subtracting, multilication and division, using formal methods to calculate. Our Mastery Curriculum means that we spend longer on the basics which means we are able to tackle very challenging tasks as term progresses.
In English we will look at stories from other cultures, focussing on Christophe's Story, a thought-provoking tale about a child and his family fleeing from the Rwandan War. This will tie in with our RE topic on Journeys.
To build on the skills we have learnt already in Art - including painting reflection and movement in water - we will create Maya murals and masks.
We are looking forward to an exciting term ahead.
Our Long Term Plan can be found here.
Year 4 Photos
Have a look at our Playground River video.
29 children from Monet Class visited the O2 to be part of the UK's Biggest Choir. Amazing! Fantastic! Awesome! Just some of the adjectives the children and parents used to describe the experience.… More >
Well done Mrs Price, Year 1 and the Gardening Club on being awarded Best Green Champion for Tunbridge Wells at the Kent Awards in Canterbury! More >
Kandinsky Year 1 were overjoyed to meet Vet Rob and his furry friend who came to teach them all about caring for their pets. Rob Everitt, from Putlands, spoke to the children and gave them tips on … More >
A visit from Mexicolore who will lead us in an all day interactive Maya workshop.
Drop children at St Margaret's Church at 9am. Infants to be collected by parents/carers at 10am from Church to return to school. Juniors will walk back via the orchards, stopping for a snack. Infants are welcome to join the walk at parents'/carers' discretion. If weather is dreadful, we will use the school hall.
Read our latest Ofsted report.
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