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Croeso i ddosbarth 4G!    Welcome to 4G!

 

The school day will start at 8:55am and will finish at 3:05pm.
Please can children wear their PE kits to schools on Mondays for outdoor PE- trainers, jumper and joggers/leggings. 

 

 If you have any questions feel free to email me or see me at the end of the day:
OConnellL18@hwbcymru.net

 

I'll also showing you what we have been doing in class on my twitter page:
 https://twitter.com/miss_oconnell4G

 

I am really looking forward to a great Autumn term with you all!

Miss O'Connell   smiley

 

 

HOME TIME-At home time parents and carers are picking up children in year 4 from the junior playground at 3:05. You will need to come into the playground from the gate on St Fagon's street and wait in the playground in front of the junior hall. The teachers will then call children. Please then exit out of the same gate.  Year 3 will also be collected in the same place. Year 5/6 children are going to be collected at the red gate, FP children will be collected from the other gate where they come into school. 

STEM

 

Over the next three weeks our topic is 'STEM'

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. 

Our STEM topic is 'Seas and Oceans'

 

 

 

 

 


 

Blwyddyn 4 / Year 4 STEM Pupil Voice

STEM 10.11.21

To log on to Giglets use the following link:

https://pupil.gigletsedu.com/landing/ 

Once you are logged in there are books and activities for you to complete. Just ask if you have lost your log in information smiley

To log on to Oxford Owl use the following link:
https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-pupils/pupil-home?current_page=books

Then click ‘My class login’ and use the following:

username: missoconnell                                    password: Grangetown1

Once you are logged in click ‘my bookshelf’. There are activities to complete at the end of each book.

Happy reading! ☺

 

Hi 4G, 

Here are some Big Maths CLIC Parent Packs that you can work on with your parents. This will be part of your Maths this week, but you can use the resources whenever you like. There is also a parent guide as well that helps to explain what CLIC is, and what these packs are all about. Go on the CLIC pack you are currently working on, and you can practise your Maths skills. 

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