Welcome to Year 4!
Welcome and thank you for visiting our Year 4 page. Here you will find lots of useful information about what you will be learning about whilst you are Year 4. We will be updating the information on this page as the year progresses so please keep any eye out for any new information.
Make sure you visit our class blogs to find out what we get up to every week:
These are the topics we are covering in Year 4 this half-term.
Maths - Place Value, Addition and Subtraction, Measure, Multiplication and Division
English - 'George's Marvelous Medicine' by Roald Dahl - describing Grandma and then going on to create our own medicine and producing a recipe for it (instructional writing).
'The Lion and the Unicorn' by Shirley Hughes - a new English unit for this academic year to support our cross-curricular WW2 topic.
Art - Painting and Drawing - Line, form and space, colour (We will be creating a WWII scene using pastels and printing) The artists we will be looking at this half-term are Leonard Rosoman and Paul Klee
Computing - E-safety 'Don't Fall for Fake'
French - Rigolo
History - World War Two (WW2)
Music - Charanga - Mamma Mia
PE - INVASION (Possession, Penetration, Passing, Positioning & Space) and Swimming (Water Skills and Distance)
PSHE - Being Me in My World
RE - Christianity: What is it like for someone to follow God?
Science - Animals including Humans
Please can children remember to bring in their water bottles, reading books (when they come home) and Reading for Pleasure books to school every day please. As the weather still has a tendency to be cold and wet, please can children ensure that they have a coat in school every day too. Also, please can we ask that your child's name is on any of their clothing/possessions as this makes it so much easier when we are trying to reunite lost items with their owner.
PE - In 4HT our PE sessions are on Wednesday and Thursday
In 4F our PE sessions are on Monday and Friday
Swimming is also taking place this term and is on Tuesdays so please remember your swimming kit.
French with Madame Evans is on Thursday mornings
Homework - Children are expected to read to someone at home every day (the focus is not to read an entire book in an evening, but rather a couple of pages and to take the time to discuss what has been read to aid comprehension of the text), to practise their weekly spellings, times tables and to complete the English task for the week. And remember homework results in dojo points!
Meet the Team
Mrs Hurst and Mrs Teague