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WELCOME TO YEAR 4.

 

  Ms Keila, Mrs Czapla, Ms Lindsay and Mrs West 

 

  • Remember, our start time is 8.40 a.m. and finish is 3 p.m. PARENTS PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE KEEPING TO THESE TIMES TO ENSURE NO MIXING OF BUBBLES. Thank you.

 

  • Children should  bring in their reading books and home-school communication books DAILY.  They will return their reading books on THURSDAY and receive a new reading book on a MONDAY (to allow time to quarantine the books!). 
  • HOMEWORK - Spellings will be given out on Monday and the previous week's spelling will be tested on the Monday. 
  • Children need to log on to TimesTables Rockstars and MyMaths at least once a week. 
  • Children are expected to read EVERY DAY for at least 15 minutes. Please sign the communication book once a week.
  • We will set project homework once each half term. This half term we would like your child to make a Greek costume that they can wear for our Greek day. Ideas are added below.

 

  • If you write a note in the home-school communication book please ask your child to tell the teacher as we do not check them on a daily basis.

 

 

  • Our PE lessons take place on a Thursday morning, alongside computing. Children MUST WEAR their PE kit into school.   Jewellery MUST be removed for PE for Health and Safety. This includes earrings. Children will be outdoors for P.E. PLEASE MAKE SURE THEY HAVE A COAT/WATERPROOF JACKET WITH THEM

 

  • All money for school dinners to be paid through Parent Pay.

 

  • Please ensure your child has a water bottle with them as the water fountains are switched off, however they are able to refill their water bottles.

 

 

 

GREEK DAY - LETTER TO PARENTS 15th October

SOUND activities for the October half term

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50 Free Apps & Websites to help your child's home learning

IF YOUR CHILD IS ISOLATING AT HOME, A WEBLINK FOR BBC BITESIZE HAS BEEN SAVED BELOW FOR THEM TO USE AND CONTINUE THEIR LEARNING.THIS IS OF COURSE, IF THEY ARE WELL ENOUGH TO DO SO.

English Homework 5th October 2020

Knowledge Organisers

At the end of the first week, every child was given a  pack of Knowledge Organisers. These are documents which outline the main elements of the topics being learnt this half term. Please do keep them in a safe place and use them regularly to support learning. Use the mini quiz to test knowledge at the start and then again at the end of the term. Learning the key vocabulary is essential.

Letter Going Home - Friday 11th September 2020

Year Group

Start Time and Location

End Time and Location

Nursery am*

9.00am–Trelawney Playground

11.45am-Gosling Gate

Nursery pm*

12.30pm-Gosling Gate

3.15pm-Gosling Gate

Reception*

 

9.00am–Trelawney Playground

3.20pm-Trelawney Playground

Year 1 and Year 2

8.50am–Trelawney Playground

3.10pm-Trelawney Playground

Year 3 and Year 4

8.40am–Trelawney Playground

3.00pm-Trelawney Playground

Year 5 and Year 6

 

8.30am–Trelawney Playground

2.50pm-Trelawney Playground

Octopus

 

8.50am–Trelawney Playground

3.10pm-Trelawney Playground

*Nursery and Reception parents please look out for a separate letter, from Mrs Porter (Early Years Phase Leader), to explain the settling in period in more detail.

Free School Meal letter - 1st June 2020

Art Therapy Activities to do at home 😊

A word wheel of synonyms and similar words used to describe emotional states.

Supporting reading at home 

 

Exciting news!

Click on the PDF link below to see the latest updates of our adopted rhino, Inka. 

                                                  

A Minion Happy Birthday!

Wishing you a wonderful day!

 

October

                                   Maanya 3rd    Samyuktha 22nd     Hasnain  30th 

 

 

 

 

Parents Top Tips - Engaging your child in reading

Recommended Reading list for Year 4

Active Movement :

Ryvers School is now an Active Movement school! You may have heard about this from your children, but if not, we are encouraging the children to be more active around school; even within the classroom!

We had a wonderful assembly teaching us all about 'Active Movement' and now, we are applying it to as many aspects of our school day as possible. Children are beginning to stand up to answers questions, move around to show their opinions and much more!

Please feel free to encourage them to continue being active at home :)

 

To find out more information, please visit: https://activemovementschools.co.uk

Below are some website links that you may find useful in supporting and enriching your child's learning at home. 

  • Ryvers Primary School,
  • Trelawney Avenue,
  • Slough,
  • Berkshire,
  • SL3 7TS
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