Years 3 & 4 Lynher
Welcome to Lynher Class Page
Welcome to Lynher Class. Here you can find useful information about Year 3 and Year 4 at St George's Primary Academy.
Class Teacher - Mrs Cari Dyson
Class Teaching Assistant - Miss Lily Valendar Mon, Wed & Fri all day & Tue, Thurs PM
Class Teaching Assistant - Mrs Keren Smith Tues, Wed, Thurs AM
PE with Mr Hoff - District Sports Tuesday PM
Learning in Lynher
We believe that children have a right to expect a curriculum which is fun, motivating, interesting and most importantly purposeful. We strive to develop imagination through a stimulating, creative environment where every child has the opportunity to shine. We use continuous provision and enhancements during every day to promote independence and resilience. We learn in small groups and as a whole class. We have rainbow challenges built into every day where the children can choose their own learning and build on what they have learnt during lessons to deepen understanding.
Our PE days this year are Monday and Tuesday afternoon and we ask that you come
into school on these days wearing your PE kits.
Children are encouraged to read every day at home and can change their books when needed. We are every day in class during our whole class guided reading lessons and we read for pleasure every day before lunch.
In Lynher Class we use this platform to share all of our amazing learning with you. You can also send messages to the class teacher and teaching assistant through SeeSaw. The children also upload their own work here and share rainbow challenges that they have completed.
Every day there are planned challenges for children to access and complete independently. These enhancements are planned carefully around the children's interests, curriculum and interventions needed within the class. Each week the children are encouraged to try all of the challenges and therefore making a rainbow with the lolly sticks that they collect for each challenge. Rainbow Challenges are evidenced in many ways, such as on paper, on SeeSaw or on worksheets linked to the challenge.
In KS2 we value the importance of learning through investigation, challenging ourselves and independence. To enable the children opportunities for this we provide continuous provision both inside and outside the classroom.
In Lynher class we have a class pet. He is called Bob and he is a Giant African Land Snail. We look after Bob every day. We make sure his tank is humid and that he has food and water.
Our Giant African Land Snail
If you have any questions please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact me through our Class SeeSaw App.
Spring Term 2021
Due to the National Lockdown we have been accessing remote learning this term. All of our remote learning is accessed through SeeSaw. We can work on paper or edit the tasks online. We have been very busy completing a huge variety of lessons at home. We have completed science investigations, written stories, learned new methods for multiplying and dividing and drawn and painted some beautiful pictures. We have also been learning French, made wormeries, explored Hinduism, practiced our weekly spellings and made cakes. See below for a very small snapshot of what we have been up to at home.
Summer Term 2021
We are having a wonderful Summer Term so far! We are learning about and electricity in science, fractions and decimals in maths and climates around the world in geography. We have been very busy in our writing too and have learned the story 'The Great Kapok tree' off by heart using our story map. We are looking forward to writing our own versions of the story. We have been working hard on our rainbow challenges and have been using wires, bulbs and batteries to investigate in the science corner. We have used atlas' to solve questions about the worlds biomes and climates. We have been map reading and using keys. Outside we have been improving our fine motor skills, painting, building and practicing our sharing and communication skills. We also celebrated St George's Day in style! We dressed up and had a day filled with tasks linked to dragons, castles and St George.
Super Science remote learning!
At St George's we believe there are 'no outsiders'. We are inclusive of everyone. We read a book called 'The Flower'. It taught us about the importance of asking questions. Especially if we want to know why something is the way it is. We talked about how it is good to question things, especially if we think something could be better or improved. The flowers in our picture represent how we can change the dull grey town underneath for the better, just like the boy in the story did, by asking questions and finding out about new ideas.