Y3/4: Mr Fuller's Class 2019 - 2020

Mr Fuller

Welcome to the AutumnTerm

Hello, welcome to Mr Fuller's class page where you can find out about what our class are learning about during the year.


What’s happening this term



This term we will be:

  • Finding out about important events and life in ancient Egypt.
  • Answering questions about artefacts.
  • Researching the role of a Pharaoh and the importance of the pyramids.
  • Investigating the importance of gods, beliefs and preparations for the after-life.


We start the term with a book called ‘Egyptian Cinderella’ by Shirley Climo which forms the basis of our narrative unit & links to our history topic. We will be exploring the narrative structure alongside the descriptive language used by the author to bring the characters and settings to life. This analysis along with specific grammar and punctuation focuses will enable the children to plan and edit their own writing based on the story.  

After that we will be looking at poetry to perform where we will explore features such as repetition, rhyme, rhythm and alliteration.


As scientists we will be investigating:

  • The 3 different states of matter: solid, liquid and gas
  • How materials change state at different temperatures
  • The processes of evaporation and condensation
  • The process of the water cycle

Follow our Class Rules for a happy and safe classroom.


  • Remember your manners
  • Treat others how you want to be treated
  • One person speaking at a time
  • Always try your hardest
  • Put your hand up and no shouting out
  • Never give up





Literacy and Numeracy homework is given out every Thursday and needs to be completed and handed in on the following Monday.

A list of spellings are sent home at the start of each half-term and the children have a spelling test each Monday on the selected words for that week.


With reading being such an important part of every child's learning, we are really encouraging all pupils to read as much as possible out of school as well as during the school day.

All children have reading books and new reading record books to show when they are reading - which is ideally every day!

To motivate all readers, the reading records are checked regularly and children receive a sticker for every 3 separate reading sessions at home which go towards our class reward system. Children are able to change their reading books at different times of the day but have to take responsibility to change their books when they know they need to. In the juniors the children read as part of a group once a week with their teacher as part of guided reading session as well as have independent reading time.


We have 2 outdoor PE sessions this term.

During our outdoor PE session on Monday, the children will be developing their passing & catching skills in Tag Rugby. Also we are lucky to have a dance teacher in school this half term on Thursday – a firm favourite with the children. So children will be expected to have their PE kits in on a Monday and take them home on a Friday.

Full PE kit should always be in school during the week; (white shorts, navy t-shirt, trainers, socks, a hair bobble for girls). PLUS please ensure all kit is clearly labelled.

Also as part of our Physical Education programme, Year 3/4 children will be taking part in Cross country athletics every week (weather permitting).


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Hydrate your brains!

Remember to bring in a water bottle every day (even through the winter).

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