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  • Primary School, Glaston Hill Road,
  • Eversley, Hook, Hampshire,
  • RG27 0LX
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Gauguin - Year 4

Welcome to Gauguin - Year 4!

 

 

In Gauguin, we certainly live, laugh and learn!

 

In our lovely classroom we have Miss Church as our teacher

and Mrs Griffiths as our super new LSA.

 

We truly hope you are feeling re-energised for a busy - yet fun - term at CKS. The children have become increasingly independent and I look forward to continuing to develop these skills.

 

During this Spring term, our key concepts for this term are HOPE and then COURAGE. We will explore, discuss and evaluate our understanding of these concepts; later, we will consider these as fitting along with our subject learning.

 

For the first half term we will be comparing the Torah and Bible before considering the theme of Incarnation in Christianity as part of our RE learning.

 

We have developed our Dance skills with our visiting dance coach Hannah, as well as honing our gym skills. This half term we continue our cricket coaching at Eversley Cricket Club.

 

The history topic was launched with a successful Ancient Egyptian day with the children dressed as pharaohs, mummies, farm workers and explorers.

 

Gauguin Class Mountain Topic Entry Day - Friday 1st March 2019

Year 4 started their next exciting learning topic: marvellous mountains, in a memorable way, by holding a topic entry day at school. During this event, the children cooked and packaged delicious traditional mountain climbing sweets and showing their impressive collaborative and creative learning skills during Art activities. 

 

On this day, the children were invited to come into school dressed in different topic themed clothing: they could be dressed as a mountaineer, a holiday maker who has visited a mountain region or someone who is going camping in a mountainous location. 

 

This was an inspiring and fun day for all the children and will really grab their enthusiasm for our term's learning. The enthusiasm continued with a visit from Mr Church a former Mountain rescuer who told the children about his experiences on mountain sides and answered all their many questions.

 

 

 

 

You may find these websites of use to consolidate learning (please remember to always be with your child when they access the internet):

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