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Ginkgo Class

Welcome to Ginkgo Class!

 

                                         

                              Mrs Freyja Clark           Mrs Lynne Woolaston       Mrs Debbie Wiles

                               Class Teacher               Teaching Assistant          Teaching Assistant 

 
                                      
 

As we start a new academic year, we warmly welcome you to Ginkgo Class which is made up of  17 Year 3 and 12 Year 4 children.

 

Here in Ginkgo we want our children to be the best that they can possibly be. We have a strong commitment to providing a broad, balanced creative curriculum full of inspirational topics in a vibrant setting. 

 

Key things to note:

 

- Reading books are changed on Thursdays and Mondays. Please ensure reading records are in school        every day. 

- Spellings are given on a Monday and are due back the following Monday.

- Treasure chest books are changed on Fridays. 

- PE days are Tuesdays and Thursdays, but this is subject to change. Please ensure children's PE kits are      in school from Monday - Friday.

Curriculum Map - Autumn Term 1

Treasure Chest Books!

English - Explanation Texts

Maths - Place Value

Comic Strip Initial Ideas

Archaeological Dig - Stone Age to Iron Age

Our Working Walls

Curriculum

 

The curriculum is all the planned activities that we organise in order to promote learning, personal growth, and development. It includes not only the formal requirements of the National Curriculum, but also the curriculum guarantees we as a school provide to develop the independence and responsibility of all of our pupils. We ensure that all children have a broad, balanced and relevant education that provides continuity and progression and takes individual differences into account. We aim to teach our pupils how to grow into positive, responsible people, who can work and co-operate with others while developing knowledge and skills so that they achieve their full potential.

 

In Ginkgo, we also have 'independent learning' time. Independent learning time allows the children to extend what they have learnt and challenge themselves. Each activity is carefully selected to align to what the children are learning. They are design to challenge and allow the children to involve themselves in a practical and immersive activity. This approach also helps build the children's independence by encouraging them to actively take ownership of their learning. We also have an outdoor area the children access to, with activities such as construction often taking place outside. We try to use the school's amazing outdoor space as much as possible.

Class Story

 

The school uses a closed private social media site, Class Dojo, to message and share pictures of the children’s learning story. If you are a parent of a child in the class, please follow this link: https://www.classdojo.com/ and login using the credential provided by the school.

 

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