Welcome to Year 4

Please take a look at the information below for suggestions to keep your child busy during these uncertain times...............

The Year 4 Class Teacher is Mr Townsend and our Teaching Assistant is Mrs Gregson.  We work very hard in Year 4 covering a range of topics, incorporating all aspects of the curriculum.

Please click on the Year 4 blog link below to see what we have been doing in class.

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

Multiplication Tables Check

Topic Challenges

Each half term we set ourselves a different Learning Challenge. Our challenge topic for this half term is...

 

The U. K.    

 

In this term's Topic, we shall be learning lots of geographical skills

(including map reading, grid references, surveying, area studies and lots more...) 

and about our country and those around us.  

Also, and closely linked to our Science work, we shall be building our own bird feeders as part of our Design Technology work. 

 

Science - Living Things. 

 

        This half-term's Science topic is 'Living Things', so look out MRS NERG because here we come (Ask your children after this unit of work).           

 

 

 

 

Class Novel

 

 

This term we are going to be reading The Demon Head Master, by Gillian Cross. We shall be mortified, humoured and surprised - I'm sure... 

 

 

 

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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