4GB 2020 - 2021
Welcome to 4GB class page!
Hello, my name is Mrs Bloor and I teach one of the Year 4 classes. I have been teaching at Offley since 2008 and have taught in most year groups. I am married and have two boys who are at the other end of the education system! James has recently graduated from the University of Manchester and Henry has recently finished his final year in Sixth Form. I also have a tortoise called Terri who is in her 90's and a Cavapoo called Lulu who I love taking for long walks. I am also passionate about sustainability and developing the school grounds to encourage more wildlife to visit, so if you have any ideas do let me know. This summer I've been lucky enough to release an orphaned hedgehog called Zebedee, so far all is going well apart from when he knocks over my hedgiecam! I am so pleased this year that I have been lucky enough to move into Year 4 with some of my old Year 3 children and am looking forward to getting to know my new Year 4 children from 3SM!
4GB Important Information - PLEASE BRING JUMPERS AND CARDIGANS IT IS COLD!!
PE kits need to be in left in school and taken home at the end of Autumn term.
Indoor/Outdoor PE will be on Wednesday afternoons, please pack warm clothes.
Times tables test is Thursday.
Spellings are handed out on Friday and tested the following Friday.
Link to MS Teams office.com on this link, you will find all of the websites that we use eg TTRockstars, Prodigy (also a new one called Numbots use TTrockstars login)
Here is the link to see if your books at home are in your child's reading range ARbookfind.co.uk if they are, then you can read your own books and complete the quiz at school!
Our final week of this term has been filled with lots of laughter and Christmas crafts!
Monday started off with a Zoom Christmas service from Rev Boyle from St Mary's Church, the children joined in with actions to the Christmas story. Later on in the morning, they decorated their precious take home bags which were jam packed full of goodies by the end of the week! In the afternoon, the children had a great time at the Christmas party, we played pass the parcel, musical statues, charades and we even managed to play corners outside as a year group and were treated to an impromptu talent show too!
On Tuesday the fun continued with painting and decorating the salt dough Christmas tree ornaments that were made last week, creating Christmas cards - Santa's beard was a bit tricky to fold and glue and making miniature woolly hats!
Wednesday came and we were treated to watching the pantomine - the children absolutely loved it and were shouting at the screen. In the afternoon, we decorated a miniature terracotta pot and turned it into a Christmas tree bell decoration.
Our celebration assembly was on Thursday morning, afterwards we watched a film and tidied up the classroom making sure that everything we needed was in our precious bags! Throughout the week, the children have also been busy completing Christmas wordsearches, crosswords, cracking codes and maths mosaics.
Thank you so much for our lovely gifts and thoughtful messages. This term has been an emotional roller coaster and your children have been absolute superstars and have kept us going. We wish you a very happy and safe Christmas with your loved ones and are looking forward to seeing you all again in January 2021.
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