Year 4

                       Welcome to Year 4!

Year 4 Team:-

Class 4A– Mrs Wilson(Year Leader), TA- Mrs Rogerson, Mrs Veiga

Class 4B– Miss Sekhon , TA- Mr Snow, Mrs Bagley

Class 4C– Mr Maggio, TA- Mrs Esenwa

 

Topics for the year:

Term 1- Road trip USA!
Term 2- Burps, Bottoms and Bile
Term 3- Misty Mountain Sierra
Term 4- Potions
Term 5- 1066
Term 6- Playlists

PE – Please ensure your child has an appropriate PE kit including for outdoors (plain navy blue tracksuit).

Please see below for your child’s PE days:
Class 4a: Thursday
Class 4b: Wednesday
Class 4c: Monday

Homework

Written homework will usually be given to your child every Monday and should be returned by Friday of the same week.  Homework will usually consist of an English and Maths task.  Occasionally topic work may be given as homework.  Regular spellings will also be send home.  Where possible your child should also read each day, reading quizzes will be up and running soon.  When possible children should also continue to practice their times tables.  Please feel free to support your child with their homework if necessary but your child should be encouraged to try to complete it themselves.  If for any reason your child is unable to complete their homework please write a note to their teacher to explain why.

 

Important information

Click here to see this term’s curriculum overview 

Click here to see the PowerPoint presentation from the Parents information evening. 

For online Abacus games the children will need to use their log in:
www.activelearnprimary.co.uk

Username: first 4 letters of their first name followed by first 4 letters of surname.
Password: Year4
School code: t7jg

 

 

Year 4 Weekly Updates

14/09/2018

The children have now settled into the routines in their classrooms.  Last week in maths the children have been writing and reading larger numbers into the thousands.  They also learnt how to read and write Roman Numerals to 100.  This week we will continue with out topic of place value by learning how to round numbers to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000.  You can help your child at home by looking at Roman numerals and practising counting in multiples of 6,7,8,9, 25 and 100.

Last week during our English lessons the children wrote a postcard improving the one they wrote during the summer.  Over the next two weeks they will be writing a diary entry based on a character description and the first chapter of our class novel The Indian in the Cupboard.

In science the children have been learning how electricity can be made with both renewable and non-renewable sources as well as its dangers! This week the children will start to learn how to make circuits.

In RE the children are learning about different parts of the children and how to look up Bible references.  Please practice this with your child at home.

In our topic lesson we could the USA on a world map and learnt about its flag.

Don’t forget the year 4 talk for parents at five pm on Tuesday 18th September, Hope to see you there! It’s also our whole school mass on Thursday morning 20th September, everyone is welcome.

07/09/2018
Thanks to your support the  children have settled extremely well into year 4, they are continuing to learn the rules and routines for the year ahead.  This week we are introducing the children to their topic of Road trip USA with a hunt for state names before locating them on a map.  The children are enjoying sharing their post cards and book reviews.  In maths we are practicing our times tables.  Our library area this year has a jungle theme, the children will be completing animal art work for this area.

 

 

 

 

There will be no football club after school on Wednesday 18th September.

Whole School Mass will take place this Thursday on the Year4/5 playground at 9.15am. Everyone is welcome!

 
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