Welcome to Class 4H!
Hi and welcome to a new year in 4H, exciting times lay ahead and we can't wait to get stuck in!
My name is Mr Harwood and I work alongside the one and only Mrs Willimas (our fantastic TA).
A lot of exciting things are happening in 4H this half term! Our topic is the Terrible Tudors where we get to learn about the history of Britain during the 15th and 16th Century, including fearsome kings, bloody queens, dreary dungeons and gruesome executions! We will also be lucky enough to get to visit Speke Hall and experience a Tudor home first hand. Please follow our learning through our class page here for photographs and videos of all our exciting lessons and be sure to follow us on Twitter @rosoceprimary19 for all the latest news.
We are also learning about Animals in Science. We get to explore food chains, habitats and the various features of different species!
Our current English topic is Stories with a historical setting, and we have chosen to base our learning around the fantastic book 'Street Child' by Berlie Doherty. We will be looking at the story of Jim, an orphaned street child in Victorian London, who has to quickly learn how the world works in order to survive! At the end of the topic, we will create our own stories based on the book.
In Music we are learning to perform 'Mamma Mia' by ABBA and hopefully we can present the song in our class assembly later in the year.
Our current RE topic is 'Words of Wisdom' where we look at and compare the similarities and differences of sacred texts from different religions.
Our DT this half tern is picture frames, we will be looking at structures and how they stand and then designing and making our own frames.
Homework this term will be sent home on a Friday to be returned on a Wednesday. Reading should be completed every night and reading records need to be signed by an adult and returned to school each day.
Every week children will receive a set of spellings. Literacy and Maths homework will alternate every other week.
This page will be updated throughout the year and don't forget to follow us @roscoeprimary19 for all the latest news!