Beech Class – Year 3/4

Beech Class – Year 3/4 at St Julian's Church School

Welcome to Beech Class! We are Year 3 and 4 children and currently we are working from home!

Welcome back to Term 4!

A BIG well done to all of Beech class for your excellent work and resilient attitude throughout Term 3. Mrs Wells and Miss Mills are so proud of you all. Also, thank you to all our wonderful parents and carers. You have been extremely supportive and we couldn’t have done it without you. Let’s get ready to SMASH another term!

Every weekday at 10am we will hold an Online Meeting. This will take the form of a general chat followed by a live English lesson (Monday to Thursday). On Friday, the meeting will be slightly different as Mrs Wells will hold a Celebration Assembly. Please find more information on our Class Dojo page.

For more information please read our Online Learning letter: Beech Class Home Learning Letter

Home Learning for Term 4:

BONUS Home Learning Tasks for if you finish all your work for the day.

Term 4 Week 1:

Beech Home Learning – Thursday 4th March 2021

Beech Home Learning – Wednesday 3rd March 2021

Beech Home Learning – Tuesday 2nd March 2021

Beech Home Learning – Monday 1st March 2021

Reading at home:

For more help with accessing Get Epic (an online library for children) please click the link below:

How to log on to Get Epic

Contact Information

Miss Mills will be contactable on Class Dojo between 9am and 5pm on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Mrs Wells will be contactable on Class Dojo between 9am and 5pm on Thursday and Friday.

If there is an urgent matter, please call the School Office directly.

Celebrating our Home Learning:

Term 3 Week 2: Celebration Assembly Winners

Term 3 Week 3: Celebration Assembly Winners

Term 3 Week 4: Celebration Assembly Winners

Term 3 Week 5: Celebration Assembly Winners

Term 3 Week 6: End of Term Celebration Assembly Winners

River’s poem inspired by a picture (12/02/21)

 

This week we have recognised Children’s Mental Health Week. We have completed lots of fun activities and made sure our mental health and well-being is a priority.

Amariah has been busy singing and visiting peaceful waterfalls; Emilia created some beautiful artwork; Hector drew a brilliant self-portrait; Flora has been out bird watching; Gordon’s yoga session turned into some Karate practise; Henry had a Geography lesson with his Dad; Jake made a super cosy den; Freddie thought about all the things that made him unique; Jayden created an excellent self-portrait and Kasey hung around with her brother. (04/02/21)

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This week Beech class have performed some of their wonderful poems.  Click on the pictures above to watch some of our poems.

Poems performed by Rufus, Harry E, Elsie and Harry P. (29/01/21)

Kenning Poems by Harry, Hector, Hunter, Sam, Wilf and Charlotte (26/01/21)

 

Nonsense Poems by Emilia, Jack, Kasey and Alice (25/21/21)

 

Tasty Treats by Tilly and Henry (25/01/21) Wellbeing Group

Persuasive Poster by Harry, Kasey, Lucas and Rufus (21/01/21)

Cartoon Fridge by Archie, Tilly, Rose and River (20/01/21) Wellbeing Group

 

Roman Shield by Freddie and Emilia (20/01/21)

Buckingham Palace and the Sydney Opera House by Harry and River (15/01/21)

Taj Mahal Artwork by Ralph and Tacita (13/01/21)

 
St Paul’s Cathedral Sketch by Hunter and Tilly (12/01/21)


Architectural Artwork by Emilia and Archie (11/01/21)

 

Class Teachers:

Miss Mills – Mon, Tue, Wed

Mrs Wells – Thur, Fri

Mrs Lake and Mrs Cann – Teaching Assistants

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