J’ai Ho is an Indian greeting which means ‘Victory be with you’. What does victory look like in your Life? Think about when you are working, when you are at home and when you spend time with your friends.
Well done Mozart for all of you completing your key skills. Keep up the great work!
This weeks key skills are:
Remember we expect the same standard of presentation at home as we do in class. Well done Madison for her fabulous presentation.
Don’t forget to record 3 reading events for Friday. Remember you can also read to siblings – great to see Holly sharing her book with her little sister.
This week we are going to be thinking about how to be a hero of learning. Mrs Stutters, Mrs Harding, Mrs Topsham and I are going to be looking for children who should be ‘The Hero of Learning for Mozart Class’ for the day.
What do you think a hero of learning is like? What will you have to do to be crowned our hero of learning for the day?
Post your ideas on the blog please.
Mrs Rosevear 🙂
Well done Mozart for surviving your first full week in Year 4! Mrs Rosevear and I are very pleased by your efforts and are excited by the great activities and topics we have planned for the year ahead. We are looking forward to seeing what direction you will take your learning outcomes. This week we have refreshed our exercises for Kinetic Letters and focussing on our pencil grip by threading…
We have continued to look at our summer holiday work, finishing off our squid diagrams and have completed our first draft of our writing. We look forward to seeing your final presentation pieces next week…
Well done Mozart. Enjoy the weekend and I will see you all on Wednesday.