Meet the Teacher
The adults who work in Y3/4 are Mr Davies and Mrs Meek.
Click here to view our printable termly Newsletter.
For more information about the curriculum covered in our class, go to the Parents page and click on Curriculum.
If you have any questions that are not answered in the newsletter, please ask one of team or write us a message in your child's journal.
If you need to speak to your child's class teacher please make an appointment via their journal or the school office.
Maths Calculation Help
Below you will find our calculation booklets for Y3 and Y4 to help you understand how your child learns to calculate at St Bernadette's. Additionally, you can access copies of our calculation evening presentation from last year.
In year 3/4 we are all WELCOME in God's name, as God's children.
Inspired by the WORD of God.
We are WITNESSES to the word of God in our actions.
Throughout the day we WORSHIP in many different ways.
We care about the WELFARE of our school community.
Our class saint is
St. Gerard Majella
St. Gerard Majella is the patron saint of mothers, especially when they are expecting.
His feast day is October 16th.
Our class author is
Our class artist is
Vincent Van Gogh
We will be exploring different topics during our Religion lessons and Collective Worship:
Collective Worship is a special time at St Bernadette's as it gives us all an opportunity to talk, reflect and pray together.
Our first R.E. topic will be People and Family; we will be looking at our own and Jesus' family tree.
Over the rest of the term we will also learn about being 'Called' including Confirmation ,and 'Gifts' including the most important gift at Christmas, the birth of Jesus.
Sacramental Programme Coronavirus Update
The Year 3 Sacramental Programme has been on hold due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Following the latest government announcements and guidance, we expect to start our programme again soon
and will keep you updated the best we can.
All sacramental dates for 2020/21 will be provided as soon as possible.
Further Information and parent videos, prepared by the Diocese, can also be accessed on Our Parish page.
This term in English, we will be reading The Hagstone to help us with our learning! We will also start the term reading Oliver Jeffers 'Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth'
Our Topics for this term are Crime and Punishment and My World and Me
Post-1066 study: We will talk about and compare the punishments that were used in Tudor times and give some reasons for them. We will also explore the effect on the local area.
Local area study: We will develop our locational knowledge of the local and wider area. We will use fieldwork to study the area and locate counties and cities of the UK.
Art & Design
We will make 0ur own hagstones, which will link to our English book. We will also create Tudor-style paintings.
We will be working scientifically to investigate the importance of nutrition and what different animals eat. Also, learning how skeletons and muscles provide support, protection and enable animals, including humans to move.
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Encourage your child to play regularly and help them prepare for the new test in Y4.