Welcome to Year 4

Year 4 Blog

We also have our own Learning Wall - see link below. We use the resources on the Wall to research our topics and curriculum work in school. Please use these resources at home to further develop your child's learning.

Year 4 Learning Wall 

Information for Year 4 Parents


Year 4 Curriculum Overview

 

Year 4 PSHE Overview

 

Multiplication Tables Check

 

 

Topic Challenges

Each half term we set ourselves a different Learning Challenge. Our challenge topics for this half term are...

 

Geography - The United Kingdom 

In this term's Geography we will be looking at The United Kingdom and its features. Within this topic we will be looking at the countries, regions, capital cities, cities, physical and human features, populations, comparisons and will be doing lots of map work! 

 

 

Science - Teeth & Digestion

This half-term's Science topic is 'Teeth & Digestion'. Within this topic we will be learning all about the different teeth we have, the way our body digests food and will involve lots of fun investigations! 

 

 

Class Read

This term we are reading ‘The Big Book of the UK' a non-fiction book linked to our Geography topic, by Imogen Russell Williams. 

 

Communication via Class Dojo

Please ensure that if your child is a member of Year 4 that you have joined us on Class Dojo where I will keep you up to date with our latest adventures, send reminders and share key information throughout the year. You will also be able to contact me via this platform if required also... 

 

Our Chosen Reading Scheme

 

Over the years, Oxford Reading Tree has taught millions of children to read... and to love to read. Rooted in reading for pleasure and with systematic phonics at its heart, its well-loved characters, breadth and unrivalled support give children everything they need to become confident readers. There are over 800 books which provide a rich and varied choice of writing styles, genres and artwork styles at every level.

 

 

 

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