- Imagine with all your mind
- Believe with all your heart
- Achieve with all your might
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Welcome to Gauguin - Year 4!
In Gauguin, we are learning the power of the word YET
and the impact that word can have on our learning.
In our calm and thoughtful classroom we have Mrs Price as our teacher
and Mrs Slater as our LSA, who will support the learning of all the children in the class.
The children in Year 4 will develop:
independence in their learning through the use of the Habits of Mind;
cooporation through the School Values of R.E.S.P.E.C.T;
and faith in who they are through the School's Christian Values
The children's enthusiasm for learning fills the classroom. They have shown a determination to try their best in all areas of the curriculum. They are exploring the Habits of Mind and how they can support them in their learning. They recognise these qualities in each other as they vote for the child to receive the 'Golden Mention' each week. This helps the Gauguin classroom to be a very happy place to be and learn.
Our new concept for this half term in CHANGE, through our curriculum we will explore these questions:
How can we change our actions now to change our future for the best?
How can our daily acts cause change?
How have our changes affected our learning and our mindset throughout the term?
How can we continue these positive changes?
to help us realise
'How together we are part of a worldwide change'.
Much of our curriculum this half term will be linked to our Geography topic of the Rainforests, including some of the texts we will be studying in English.
Please keep an eye on the website and twitter for any updates.
Stage One is short term Remote Education Support (RES) as most families who are awaiting Covid 19 test results are off for 2 to 3 days.
Below you will find:
We would expect that if the child is not symptomatic that this work will be completed. If your child is poorly, we would ask you to make the judgement as to what you feel they can or can’t do.
You may find these websites of use to consolidate learning (please remember to always be with your child when they access the internet):