Foxglove (Yr4) 2023 - 2024
Welcome to Foxglove Class
Luke 27: Consider how the wild flowers grow.
They do not labour or spin. Yet I tell you, not even Solomon in all his splendor was dressed like one of these.
As we head into the autumn term, we are looking forward to learning with our new fantastic Foxglove Class children.
Our class teachers are Mrs Griffiths and Miss Nicholas
Let Your Light Shine before others, so they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven (Matthew 5 14-16)
Our Year 4 Christian value is Trust.
Our Christian values are important to us and are at the heart of everything we do as a school. They are: LOVE, FRIENDSHIP, TRUST, HOPE, FORGIVENESS, JOY & CELEBRATION
We are a happy, hardworking class where teamwork makes the dreamwork and we let our light shine! We hope you find our class pages useful.
Should you wish to get in touch, please contact us via the office to request a phonecall or arrange a meeting: firstname.lastname@example.org
Every day, we strive to make ourselves, our class and our school the best it can be. Our school has five Golden Rules which were thought up by the children and agreed by our School Parliament. These rules are:
• Think before you act and speak
• Respect everyone and everything
• Try your best and never give up
• Be safe and keep others safe
• Remember your manners
What does Autumn have in store?
After the long summer break, we are looking forward to an exciting term with our amazing children.
As we start our new learning journey, we will be taking on new challenges and supporting each other to achieve our goals. This term we will be looking at the geography of our British home countries as well as learning about the Windrush generation and how they came to live here. We will be continuing to learn about new aspects of Christianity and sharing our thoughts on the Big Questions that make us think about the values we hold. As always, we have some fabulous books to inspire us, marvellous maths to unpick and super science to investigate. Our trip to the Museum of Science and Industry will give us chance to explore aspects of science and also to work together, collaborating and communicating. There are now topics in all subjects and full details can be found in our newsletter on this page in the first week of term.
We can't wait to start exploring and learning with you all as you let your light shine.
Check out the optional homework tasks too for an extra chance to shine.