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Academic Year 2019 - 2020

 

Hello to all parents, adults and carers. 

 

The year has now started and there are always a few key events happening, including parent information evening on Tuesday the 10th at 6:30pm. I will, in this meeting, be giving you the relevent information you need to navigate your way through the first few weeks of the academic year without too much anxiety. In this meeting I will give you a general overview of what to expect in the coming months leading up to Christmas. I will attempt to update this page regularly with various information and photos of what we are doing.

 

Do not hesitate to come and speak with me in the morning or make an appointment through the office if you have any queries, concerns or questions. 

 

Thank you for your ongoing support.

Mr Rowe

Reading at home

 

It really is important that your child has access to a book that they enjoy reading. During guided reading I will write a small note asking your child to perform a particular task, practise a particular skill or converse with an adult about a certain skill they have been learning. Having the opportunity to talk about a text and practise finding information and using evidence in the text to support their answers is something which will go a long way in developing your child's comprehension skills. It is not just be about reading to an adult at all times. If you need more guidance with this, please come and see me, I am happy to help. 

 

Times Table Practise

 

By the end of this academic year, Y4 children are expected to know all of the times tables. Some children do say that they know them because they can recite them in order. The children need to know the multiplication facts and the associated division facts. Please practise these as often as you can. Lack of knowledge about the multiplication and division facts does slow progress when it comes to applying these in other areas such as fractions when finding quarters as an example. Please practise! We are now giving the children an online practise and test each Friday. They will be formally tested on all of the times tables at the end of each term. The children have to answer 25 questions and only have 6 seconds each question - NOT EASY! 

 

 

Peterbrook Primary School, High Street, Solihull Lodge, Shirley, Solihull, West Midlands, B90 1HR

Tel: +44(0)121 4302545 office@peterbrook.solihull.sch.uk

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