Welcome to lower key stage 2! For some of you, we know this will be an exciting change as you move across school from key stage 1. We are so excited for the year ahead and we hope this page gives you lots of information about our wonderful key stage!
This year might be a little different for all of us. You will be working in class ‘bubbles’ (pretending there is a giant bubble around your class will help!). This means that you will not mix with other children from different bubbles. This is to make sure we all stay safe and healthy, so we can keep coming to school each day. All the teachers will work really hard to make sure you get to do all the usual fun activities that we do each year, even if some look a little different!
Chestnut class – Miss Hampton
Juniper class – Miss Haggath
Lime class – Miss King
Hornbeam class – Mrs Russel
Mrs Colligan, Miss Finn and Mr Lovatt support across Year 3
Elm class – Mr Hallet and Miss Johnston
Fir class – Mrs Butterworth and Mrs Jones
Mrs Oldfield and Mr Storey support across Year 4
Things are a little bit different this year in school. You will get weekly homework in year 3 and year 4, but this will be set online on our Seesaw app. Your teachers will make sure you know how to use this at home. If you have any questions, or are finding this tricky, don’t forget to ask!
Reading at home is part of your homework. Try and read to an adult at least three times a week. When you have read 50, 100 and 150 books, you will be given a certificate and prize:
You will stay in the same house teams that you were in in year 1 and year 2. If you have any brothers and sisters in the school, they will be in the same house team as you. Here is a reminder of the house teams, the forest they are linked to and the house team leaders:
If you demonstrate our school values in school, staff will award you a team point for your team. The winning team at the end of the year will go on a whole school trip to their forest!
In year 3 & year 4 you will study reading, writing and maths daily. You will also study religious education, science and physical education weekly. Other subjects you will study are history, geography, art, design and technology, Spanish, PSHE, music and computing.
Every Friday, we have a celebration assembly to celebrate all the amazing things we have done in the week. Each teacher will pick a ‘Pupil of The Week’ and they will get a certificate and a prize. This year, celebration assemblies will be in your classes, to make sure we are staying in our class bubbles.
To be pupil of the week, you must:
All of our pupils at Park End Primary should follow the golden rules:
We hope you enjoy year 3 and year 4!
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