Earith Primary School

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Hedgehogs Class - Yrs 4 - 5 - 6




Hedgehogs class teachers is Mrs Lawrence 

Teaching Assistants - Mrs Watson, Mrs Bainbridge, Mrs Ray and Mrs Thurston

PE days are Monday and Wednesday

Homework handed out on a Thursday and needs to be handed back in on a Tuesday

Hedgehogs Letters



Welcome to Hedgehogs class page!
We are a mixed year 4,5,6 class. We are enthusistic and hard working and strive to give our very best!


Welcome back to the second part of the Autumn term!

 This week has been a creative one! We've been writing some beautiful poetry and experimenting with imagery- simile, metaphor, personification and alliteration! As well as this, we've been studying 'Stone Girl, Bone Girl'- the story of Mary Anning and the fossil discoveries she made.

 In science, the children have been learning how fossils are formed and have been enjoying producing work around this topic- including- raps and songs about fossil formation (!), posters and Power Points.

 We were fortunate enough to have inventor and sculptor, Darcy Turner, visit our class for the afternoon on Wednesday. He showed the children how to create art out of metal. We had a tremendous afternoon sculpting our very own dinosaur models. We will be showing these off in assembly, on Friday!

and here is Mylo showing his


The children of Planet class have been creating beautiful pieces of art this week. We researched dinosaurs on the computer and copied one image each. In Microsoft word, we then cropped and zoomed in on four different parts of the dinosaur. After that, we created a set of observational drawings, which we then coloured with pastels- mixing and smudging to create the perfect effect. Here's our completed pieces, now on display in the classroom.

Well done team! Great effort!


You'll all be relieved to hear that the dinosaur eggs found in the senses garden are actually plastic. After extensive tests, palaeontologist (Dr Jones) concluded that they weren't real and made the surprising announcement to the class on Tuesday. We can now all sleep sound with the knowledge that there is not a T-Rex roaming Earith!

We've had a productive and busy week in class. In English we've started a four-week narrative project, where we will be writing our own action and adventure stories. In Science, we've been identifying adaptive traits that allow plants and animals to live in certain habitats. In art, we've started creating observational drawings of dinosaurs and are drawing four views of the creature for a class display. We've completed lots of work on the computers too, including creating documents on publisher, word and PowerPoint; the children have also learnt how how to crop pictures and use short-cut keys.

Year 6's have started various booster classes with Mrs Pritchard and year 5's are enjoying the Junior Warden club. Mrs Lawrence (me!) will be offering two-to-one writing masterclasses with the year 6's on a rota basis- so look out for a note/email inviting your child.



Planets have had a busy and productive week!

 In English, we have been planning, writing and editing our news reports about the dinosaur egg discovery in the five senses garden. We then used Microsoft Publisher to present our work, learning lots of essential IT skills along the way.

 In maths, we've been learning how to present numbers in Roman Numerals and also studying everyone's favourite area of maths- algebra (!), which has made a few brains ache!

 In art we've been adding the finishing touches to our 'dinosaur eyes', which are pencil sketches drawn in 3D.

 It's great to see Planets really settling into their new class; getting used to new faces, new routines and different challenges. It's going to be an exciting year...

I hope you all had a terrific summer! Welcome back to the new year 5 & 6 class!

Lessons started straight away last week and we're already deep into our news project. Something incredible has been discovered in our senses garden and Planet class has been investigating further...



Yesterday was Roald Dahl day and we marked the occasion by studying 'The Twits'. We described the grotesque characters, then created 'anti-ugly thoughts poems'. We spent the afternoon in role as Mr & Mrs Twit, reenacting 'The Wormy Spaghetti'. It was a fabulously creative day!