Ireland

Classes

Teacher

Mrs Bee

Support Staff

Ms Marshall, Mrs Kidd & Mr Clarke

Morning Session

8:55am - 12:05pm

Afternoon Session

1:05pm - 3:30pm

Timetable

2018-19

Welcome to Ireland

Our curriculum, news & events

Class Ireland is a great place to be at Forest View.  Mrs Bee is our class teacher. During the year, we will also be working with Miss Lindley and Ms Smith, who will both be teaching our music.   Mr Clarke will teach Games in our Thursday PE lessons and Ms Marshall will be teaching our handwriting lessons.  So we will certainly get used to working with different people.  Mrs McClymont will also make an appearance covering for Mrs Bee when she takes her Lower Key Stage Leader time.

Our class is full of enthusiastic and friendly people. As a class, we work hard to complete challenges and aim to work as a team at all times.   However, it is also important that we try our hardest to become independent learners too.

Our motto is Consistent Quality – which is something we strive to achieve throughout our work.

Autumn Term

During the Autumn term, Year 4 will be travelling back in time to join the Ancient Egyptians.  We will be learning about daily life for both the rich and poor, how the Egyptians wrote, what treasure were to be found in their tombs and most importantly how to mummify a body.  We will link our work in English to the Egyptians by writing an explanation of mummification whilst in science we will learn about digestion and each of the internal organs.  In art we will be trying our hands at sculpture and in music having fun learning songs from Abba. We’re really excited about getting to know each other as a new class and working together on our enterprise project.

This is our Ireland class blog to let you know all that we have been doing. You can link to and read details of all forthcoming events and upcoming activities opposite.

21
Mar

Forge Tennis Tourament

A group of our Year 3 and 4 pupils travelled to Southwell Tennis Club today for a special Forge Trust Tennis event. There were 4 academies from the trust there. We took 3 teams each being represented by 2 girls and 2 boys. There was lots of great tennis being played. We played children from...
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10
Mar

World Book Day

This year’s World Book Day saw the staff dressed as a dictionary and the children dressing a a huge range of book characters including many Roald Dahl creation, the Boy In the Stripped Pyjamas and plenty of appearances from Harry Potter and friends. During the day the children took part in a quiz linked to...
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05
Mar

Yr4 Materials Recovery Visit

Year 4 have had another very busy day today.  This time we visited the Materials Recovery Facility in Forest Town. We were met by Lesley the education officer who introduced us to how and what to recycle.  She set us a challenge to sort a bag of “rubbish” into recycling, compost, charity bag and general...
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26
Feb

Yr4 BASF visit

Mrs Mac as our science lead organised a fantastic visit to BASF in Alfreton for the children in Year 4.  BASF is a very large global chemical company, they began in 1865 by producing dyes for textiles.  The company employs around 115,000 people and is most famous for developing Polystyrene in the 1950s.  We were...
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