Chew Magna Primary School

Chew Magna Primary School

Chew Magna Primary School

Developing and inspiring our children

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Motivated

Personable

Successful

Happy

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Flourish

Rounded learning experience

Beautiful environment

Active learning

Rural setting

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Buzzard Class (Y3/4)

 

Buzzard Class is made up of Year 3 and Year 4 pupils taught by Mrs Webber on Monday and Miss Mallett from Tuesday to Friday. The class is supported by Mrs Ruston as TA on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday with Mrs Holder as TA on Thursday.

Please click here for our Class Timetable and here for this term's Class Newsletter.

You can find Recommended Reading Lists for Year 4 here and for Year 3 here and Key Learning Skills here. You can read an overview of the Year 3 maths and literacy curriculum here and for Year 4 here. Read about our new maths learning resource here - Mathletics: A Parent's Guide. You can also look at how to support your child's reading at home here.

Click here for useful ways to support writing at home.

We teach  using a topic based approach. This is the overview for this year:

 

BUZZARD CLASS 2021/22

 

Topic

Term One

How is our coastline changing? 

Term Two

Would you have liked to have been a Pharaoh?

Term Three

 How does life in Britain compare to life in India?

Term Four

 What's brilliant about Bristol?

Term Five

 Can you plan it, make it and improve it?

Term Six

 What can we learn from others?