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Year 3/4

Magic 
Our topic this half term is 'Magic'. Talking about a topic in advance, looking at pictures and using technical key words is a really good way to support your child in their learning, particularly for those children who may have English as an additional language or those who need extra help with their learning. Below are some ideas that you could use to help your child return to school confidently and ready to learn. Thank you for your support. 

The children will start the topic with our Immersion Day which will focus on Harry Potter themed activities which we can guarantee will be lots of fun. They will also work together to create a class display by writing potion instructions and designing magic wands. We will be getting magical by mixing potions using lots of mathematical language as well. It will be an exciting, magical day. 

You could take a look at the website magictricksforkids.org/ which is a fantastic resource for children to get a head start in their learning. It has a fantastic magicians dictionary which outlines words and phrases used by magicians with an explanation of their meanings. There are numerous tutorial videos with written instructions on how to perform magic tricks. Also, take a look at the history of magic tab where you can find out about famous magicians throughout the ages. 

Magic Topic Homework Letter

White Rose Maths is excited to have produced a range of work booklets for parents and children to use during next year. These booklets can be found on Amazon for the Kindle or downloaded below.  Below are the White Rose parent workbooks for the maths units we we will working on this half term. 

Welcome Meeting for parents.

Thank you to all of you who attended via Zoom.  Please see below for the slides, if you missed it.

 

Hardwick Year 3/4 Welcome Slides

Cambourne Year 3/4 Welcome Slides

FAQs

At the Hardwick meeting, the only FAQ was about homework.  The first homework is covering their home Reading/Spelling book. Due back Tuesday 15th.  Homework will then start the following week.

PE Days

On your child's PE days, they need to come to school in their PE kit. Leave watches, jewellery at home, and tie long hair back before coming to school.

Miss Renshaw: Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Mrs Kerss / Mrs Chambers: Mondays and Tuesdays

Miss Miles: Wednesdays 

Mrs Hitchings: Mondays 

Miss French: Fridays 

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