Year 4 - Eagle Class
Welcome to Eagle Class. Our teacher is Mr Hawthorne-Nelson and our teaching assistant is Miss Miteva.
Our final topic for this year is called: How can I live more sustainably? The topic focuses on sustainability and what that means for this and future generations. Children will learn the small things they can do on a daily basis that will make a big difference for everyone's future. This topic will have a geography focus. We will be looking at different forms of sustainable energy as well as the impact of fossil fuel reliance on our planetary ecosystem.
In reading, we are excited to be reading 'The Last Bear' by Hannah Gold, which is a new book, currently making a big splash in children's literature. The story follows a young girl and her relationship with a polar bear in the Arctic Circle as she seeks to save him from the effects of climate change. Children will analyse the characters, meaning and style of the book as well as make predictions to show their understanding of the text.
Eagle Class will have P.E on Tuesdays and every other Friday, alternating with Forest School. PLEASE MAKE A NOTE OF THE CHANGE. Kit for both of these activities is essential please, for the health and safety and hygiene of the class.
On P.E days, children are asked to wear their kit into school, to save time and to ensure they are prepared for the lesson.
The Term 6 document below provides an overview of the planning.
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