Year 4 

Welcome to Year 4's page 

Miss Temple and Mrs Stewart are the class teachers and Ms Bull is the Teaching Assistant working with the class.

We are a hardworking class who enjoy going on learning adventures.

This half term we will be learning about the Ancient Egyptians, building electrical circuits in science and exploring the amazing picture book Marcy and the Riddle of the Sphinx.  In our guided reading we will be meeting Varjak Paw and questioning why he is a very special cat.  In maths we are working on Place Value up to the thousands and then using this knowledge and understanding to add and subtract.

Each child in the class will have a ukulele for the year and they are excited to be learning to play this beautiful instrument in our weekly music lessons.

Photo Gallery 

Work of the Week 

Our work of the week for Maths goes to Emily.

Our work of the week for English goes to Charlotte.

Weekly Timetable 

Here is our Autumn, Half Term 1 weekly timetable.

Long Term Plan 

Here is a copy of our long term planner so that you can see what is coming up for the rest of the year:

Games and Swimming

On Tuesday mornings, all groups will have their swimming lessons.  

On Thursday afternoons, we will be practising and learning new football skills. 

Please make sure that your children have their kit in school!

Homework

All homework will be set on Monday and the children will have until the end of Sunday to complete their given tasks.

Here is our weekly homework schedule:

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  • Complete the weekly task set

On alternate weeks - the children will write in their homework diary details for each new week:

Mathletics sessions:

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  • 1000 points to be achieved, to be achieved after the completion of the weekly focus areas task set

Times Table Rockstars sessions:

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  • Complete the weekly task set

Spelling:

  • A weekly test on Monday following our year 4 spelling programme.

Reading:

  • Your children should read every night. Please hear your child read at least once a week for 20 minutes and sign in their homework diaries. Reading plays such an important role in your child’s learning and is needed in every aspect in order to help them progress to their full potential.  

Please make sure that your child brings in their reading book and homework diary every day.

The homework diary will include updates to their learning journey and can be used to communicate key information between school and home.

Year 4 Reading