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Titan - Year 4

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We miss you all!

The staff team at Studley Green Primary School miss you all so much. We hope you are all safe and we can't wait to see you all soon.

Welcome to Titan class!
 Welcome to Year 4. Mrs Jeffrey (Mon-Wed) and Mrs Tyas (Thurs -Fri) are our teachers; our class LSAs are Mrs Baker on a Monday and Tuesday and Miss Holt Wednesday - Friday.

Please can you ensure that P.E. kits are in school every day. They will need a P.E top, shorts and daps.
New spellings and homework will be set weekly on a Friday for the following Friday. Please encourage your child to complete a little each night to help practice their maths, comprehension and spelling skills. Reading 4 times a week will earn your child a raffle ticket, giving them a chance to be entered into a prize draw each week and win a brand new book. 
For this year's overview and termly newsletters, look below!



Each week, children will have one homework task linked to their knowledge organiser.



There is an expectation that the children need to read everyday, to ensure that the skills they are being taught are embedded and used in different contexts. They should be bringing a book home everyday, so that they can spend 10 minutes reading the text and completing the comprehension task that accompanies it. There is also an expectation that the presentation of this homework is as good as the learning that they produce in school. It would be great if you could encourage your child to do this. 



The children will be learning spelling patterns and rules that will accompany a bank of words that are on the statutory spelling list for Year 3 and 4. Please can the children be encouraged to practise them and put them into sentences, as well as play the spelling games they are being taught in school.

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