Snydale Road, Barnsley, South Yorkshire S72 8JR
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Welcome to The Wise Wolves Page! Also known as Class 10.
Our class teacher is the friendly Mr Friend and we are supported by the delightful Mrs Deakin.
On our page we will keep you up to date with photographs of our wonderful learning experiences and examples of our amazing work.
Our topic for this term will be ‘Industrial Revolution’ where we will be looking at the development of industry, with an initial focus on the railways. Our topic theme will link to all areas of learning and will also be included in homework tasks.
Our homework in year 4 consists of Maths, Spellings and reading!
We ask our children to read for 10 minutes each day and to record this in their reading journals.
Spelling tests are on Mondays and new spelling are sent home on the same day.
Maths Homework is sent out on Fridays and needs to be in by the following Tuesday.
Class roles :
Class councillors: Amelie and Lucas Lukas.
Fairtrade Leader: Isabella
Eco Ambassador: Owen
Last week, during class 10's fifteen minute mile, Jake spotted a peculiar looking caterpillar, which had just crawled out from within the bushes! We all gathered around to observe its beautiful, yellow, spikes as it impressively scaled the wall. After carefully capturing it, we gave it to Foundation so they could see what we had found too! Later that day, the caterpillar was returned to class 10, where it now is happily hung in its cocoon.
After much deliberation Jake named our new, colourful friend Jerry.
So welcome to Jerry, The Sycamore Moth Caterpillar.
It has been such a great start to the year for the Wise Wolves! They have been learning all about The Industrial Revolution and producing some careful, pencil sketches of Stephenson Rocket. Did you know, even though the train was called The Rocket, it's maximum speed was only 36mph? Not very quick if you ask us!
Well done Wolves! Keep up the outstanding effort.
Yesterday, year 4 had an amazing day learning all about the different trains including the legendary Stephenson Rocket! When we got there, we watched a science show that taught us all about gravity, friction and acceleration! We ate our packed lunches at the side of the Royal Train that was custom made for The Queen in WW2. After lunch, we had some time to climb into some of the older steam trains before taking part in a wonderful workshop, building bridges!