The Year 4 team are Mr Page and Miss Topham, supported by Mrs Young.
We are all excited to begin the new academic year with a full, fun-packed curriculum and have organised a range of exciting activities for your child to enjoy.
It has been a jam-packed full week in Year 4! We have started our new topic, Animals including humans in Science. We had our wonderful parent morning (thank you for all your help and support, it really meant a lot), your wonderful creations may have made it to our display board as well as your photo :). On Wednesday Y4LT had their class assembly, which they all did brilliantly in - WELL DONE. We set up our Science experiment altogether, where we are testing how different liquids effect our teeth.
Keep reading three times a week and practising those times tables!
Last week was an truly excellent week in year 4. We got to see Mr Page's year 4's perform in their fantastic class assembly on all the things we have to include in our writing now we are Year 4s as well as beginning our new topic on animals including humans and learning all about the different names and functions of our teeth.
This week will see Miss Topham's Year 4 class assembly on Wednesday at 10:30am - you're in for a real treat. We have also started looking at counting backwards through zero to include negative numbers in Maths and we're learning how to write a non-chronological report in English. We are very busy!
Keep practising those times tables that you are on at home and remember to read three times a week :)
We have had such a fun morning working out and asking James Kirton lots of interesting questions. It really was good fun. THANK YOU James.
What a truly fantastic turn out. We had a brilliant morning and we hope you did too. You might even notice some of your fabulous art work displayed proudly around the school now! Thanks again and see you at the next one :)
Welcome back everybody!
We have had a lovely time in Year 4, getting to know all the children and learning lots of wonderful new things, our River topic is well and truly underway and won't be long until we start looking at Animals, including humans in Science. We have got off to a fantastic start with reading and maths homework, just a little reminder that we also need to be practising our times tables at home - many of us are practising the 2 times tables. Keep up the hard work and we look forward to Parents Morning and our class assemblies.
Year 4 Team