I am so proud of all the children in 3/4M who have been working really hard at home learning their times tables. The hard work is really paying off and the children are amazed at what they can now do using them.
Keep up the hard work
Today we raised money for a worthy cause and at the same time displayed our style and brilliance by wearing Ties for Thailand. From dazzling displays of tremendous fashion sense to showing our sense of humour with boys daring to wear Jo-Jo bows in their hair.
A great day where once more the children of D’Eyncourt Primary showed just how compassionate they are towards the needs of others.
Well done, and a big thank you to parents and families for your donations.
Tuesday morning saw our class resplendent in red and white to celebrate our nominated European Language Day country of Poland.
We investigated the life of Polish people and even learnt how to count to 10 whilst our bellies were full of Polish goodies that we taste tested throughout the morning.
The composer Chopin provided some beautiful music during our brochure making activity.
We would all agree the Polish would say it was a complete ‘powodzenie’.
Year 4 showed their strength of character yesterday during our annual sport’s day.
During the KS1 events they found entertainment and good sporting character through cheering on our younger competitors in KS1.
4K have proved to be the future of politics! An impressive 17 children entered the race to be the class council representative and all presented solid, convincing arguments that could have potentially changed the future of the USA had they competed against Mr Trump!
Well done to you all and whilst there will only be 2 children elected, there will be opportunities for everyone to work together on projects throughout the year.
Hello to all parents and welcome to our first Year 4 blog.
Some information that you will need throughout the year.
PE for 4K – Friday
(PE Kit – White T Shirt, Black shorts, Black plimsolls)
Games for 4K – Tuesday
(Games Kit – jogging bottoms, t’shirt, sweatshirt top and trainers)
Spellings have been handed out for the half term. (If lost, spare copies are kept in a class folder). We test spellings on Fridays.
Homework. A letter is being sent out on Thursday about our exciting new way to access and complete homework. ‘I am learning’ homework for maths and English will be available on Thursdays at 3pm. The time limit for each homework is one week. This is available on laptops, tablets and other media devices.
Many thanks for a lovely welcome to D’Eyncourt and we cannot wait to show you 4K’s fantastic work.
Any questions or further information, please do not hesitate to ask.
Mrs Kilford & Mrs Deeming
Year 4 had their Geography day on Monday. Mr Pearce and Mrs Bayliss split the year group into their 2 groups that will be the groups in Year 5.
We studied INDIA for the day! We had lots of experts who have been to India who could give us first hand experience.
We did some research about India learning about the currency, capital city, food, culture and sport.
We looked at Rangoli patterns and tried some Indian food. Mr Pearce designed some top trumps cards so we could rate the food! We had lots of fun. We also played cricket, as we learnt that cricket is a popular sport in India.