Class 3 - The Bewitching Butterflies 2020 - 2021

Mrs Yarrow

Mrs Yarrow

Hi. I'm the class 3 teacher and I teach Year 4, 5 and 6 children. Before I started teaching at this school, I spent two years travelling around the world exploring lots of wonderful countries. I love to spend as much time as I can outside although our new classroom is lovely and light. I enjoy all aspects of teaching but particularly art and forest school.

Welcome back everyone to a very busy Autumn Term.  

English: We will be reading the fantastic picture book 'The Wolves in the Walls' by Neil Gaiman.  We will be writing letters, poems, diaries, stories and newspaper articles linked to this story.

Maths: Place value, work in number, geometry, measures, fractions and calculations (including times tables which children still need to practise).

Science: Shadows, light and seeing, sound, properties and changes to materials (irreversible/reversible) and classifying materials.

Topic: The Roman Empire: Julius Caesar’s attempted invasion, Roman Empire & successful invasion, British resistance, e.g. Boudicca - Romanisation of Britain. Roman withdrawal from Britain, Invasions, settlements & kingdoms.

RE: Why are places of worship important for different religious believers? What do different faiths teach about care and respect for others. 

ART: Roman Mosaics and Pottery.

DT:  Making a Roman shield and helmet. 

PE: Cricket and Team Games

Music: BBC Ten Pieces

PSHE: Heart Smart (Boris the Robot)

 

 

 

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Aynsome Road,
Cartmel,
Cumbria,
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