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Welcome to Class 4, Year Two!

Our teachers in Class Four are Mrs Powell and Mrs Scott. 



Please take a look below at all of the fun and exciting learning that we have been getting up to in our class...

Autumn Term Topic - London

This half term's newsletter - everything that we will be learning

We are missing you Oak Tree!

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A special message from all of your teachers.

Taking part in Virtual Dance Unite

Here are some photographs of us dancing in school yesterday.  We joined the Zoom call and danced along with LOTS of other children across Mansfield.  It was great fun!  Remember, the videos are below - you can still dance along at home!

The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch.

We hope you have enjoyed reading this week's story and completing the work from your learning grid.  In school this week, the children have made these amazing lighthouses.  They must have worked very carefully to create such fantastic pieces of work!  Well done!

Which one would you like to live in?

This week in school, the children have planted some seeds.  The cress seeds are on damp kitchen roll.  The bean seeds are in a jar, so that we can see how they grow.  The marigold seeds are in soil so we won't be able to see them grow until they break through the soil.  We think they will take a while to grow, but we hope that they will look like the plant when they do grow.  The children have watered them a little every day and made sure that they have some sunshine, even though there has been a lot of rain this week!

Bean seeds in a jar
Cress seeds
Marigold seeds in plant pots
Marigold plant

The children in our Year 1 Bubble have made a Rainbow Fish Aquarium. We really enjoyed reading about Rainbow Fish sharing his scales.

Class Four Home Learning Pictures

Taliyah has been busy doing lots of maths
Harvey acting out the three little pigs
Harvey ordering the three pigs story
Harvey has been doing some science at home
He grew crystals on a tree!
Harvey has been busy gardening
Watering his seeds
Planting seeds
Growing plants
Harvey and his sister enjoying the sunshine
Taliyah getting crafty at home
Lawson's family picture made with natural items
Look at Jade's Gruffalo!
Look at Taylor's Gruffalo!
Look at Taylor and Jades's capacity work
What holds more or less than a litre?
Lilly drawing a Gruffalo map
Rogan's after lock down wish list
Rogan writing a story
Rogan's alien underpant design
Rogan has been doing alien maths!
Brooke has been matching numbers and words.
Taliyah has been busy painting a Fairy...
and a unicorn! Well done Taliyah!
Lilly has been playing phonics games at home.

Outdoor Activity ideas

Easter Home Learning Activities

Here are some maths games for you to practise.  You can practise adding and taking away.  You can also count in 2s, 5s and 10s and practise your times tables.  When you are confident with your times tables, have a go at using them when you are dividing.  There are a few to choose from.  Don't make it too tricky to start with, make it trickier as you practise and get better and better.  There are some Egyptian Mummies, some hungry dogs and some crazy aliens to help you along the way.  Ready?  Go!

Learn to tell the time!

Play the game to learn o'clock and half past

Little Rabbit Foo Foo

Listen to one of Class 4's favourite books - Little Rabbit Foo Foo!

Oak Tree Sing-a-long.

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Read, Write, Inc lessons

From Monday 23rd March, there will be free access to the short Speed Sound lessons that the children do every day in the phonics lesson available on YouTube.


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They will be every day for the next two weeks.

Films will be available at the times below:

Set 1 Speed Sounds – 9:30am and gain at 12:30pm

Set 2 Speed Sounds -10:00am and again at 1:00pm

Set 3 Speed Sounds – 10:30am and again at 1:30pm

These films are live and will not be available at other times.

Reading Resources

You can use the website:


You will need to sign up for free. There you can access some free eBooks that match your child’s Read, Write, Inc. group to read on your tablet or mobile phone.

There are lots of other eBooks and resources on the website so have a look around.

Year 1's....practise your phonics at home!


Log on to on a laptop or on your phone or tablet

for lots of phonics games to play.


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Username: march20

Password: home


Hope you are all staying safe. 


On the 11th November we learned about the importance of remembrance day. We made our own poppies to wear to show that we are remembering. We wore them with pride.

Our Trip to Sherwood Forest. We have been learning about our local area and it's history with a focus on Robin Hood.

Key Stage One Autumn Term Newsletter 2019

KS1 Topic Letter Sept 2018

Back to the past this summer

Ballet lesson, The Ugly Duckling.

Yorkshire Wildlife Park

We made these.

New news for spring, some great things this term.

Adding is fun.

I'm counting carefully.
This is interesting work.
20 plus zero

Robin Hood TASC -money pouches

Money magic

We know how to shape up

Your spellings for the Spelling Bee

Fun and exploring in Sherwood Forest

Our 100% attenders for the Spring Term, well done.

Chromatogrophy, super sweetie science.

Today has been African drumming day! The children all enjoyed making rhythms with the Djembe drums.