Lower Key Stage 2 (Y3/4)

               

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 3    Mrs Cowie (Lower KS2 Team Leader) and Miss Edwards

Year 4    Mrs Parker and Miss Cope

 

                     

 

 

 

 

 

Year 3 and 4 are the transitional year groups in the Lower key Stage 2 phase of Warren Wood. The children in the Lower Juniors are encouraged and supported to take appropriate risks, develop their own questions and enquiries, as well as finding the answers to these through collaborative and independent learning challenges across the curriculum. In Year 3 and 4 we promote learning essentials that encourage independent, inquisitive and reflexive learners.

The learning environment and classrooms are stimulating, encouraging and vibrant through our interactive displays, working walls and effective organisation so that the children learn in a variety of ways , as well as celebrate their success and achievements.

 

 

Please click on the links below for information about the curriculum and general routines for Year 3 and 4.

Information Booklet for Parents

Spring Term Newsletter

 

Year 3 Curriculum Overview

Year 4 Curriculum Overview

Year 3 and 4 Medium Term Planning-Autumn Term

Medium Term Planning-Spring Term

 

 

To find the ‘Year Group expectations’ for your child, please click on the relevant link below to find information that will support your child’s learning in school and at home.

Year 3                                            Year 4

Reading                                     Reading       

Writing                                     Writing

Maths                                        Maths         

 

 

We have enjoyed travelling back in time and learning all about the Stone Age.

Stone Age Art- Chalk drawings

We have been busy designing and using different media and variety of skills to make our own 3D woolly mammoths and Stone Age weapons.

We enjoyed taking part in drama activities based on the book ‘Stone Age Boy’ written by Satoshi Kitamura.

Roman Day – making Roman shields, catapults, mosaic art, Roman dancing and a banquet. 

In Maths, we have been looking at telling the time on an analogue clock and have been working in groups when problem solving and reasoning. 

Romans V Celts

The Battle