Teacher – Mrs Sibson
Teaching assistants – Mrs Meola, Mrs Godsall and Mrs Armstrong
Welcome to our Year 4 class page. Here you will find updates of what we have been learning about in class and links to help with homework.
- Along with their spellings, the children will be tested at the end of each week on their times tables. WC 19th October- this week our focus is on 3, 4 and 5 times tables. I have set up a class Girls V Boys battle this week on TT Rockstars
- Well done to the girls for winning last week’s battle. Emily and Freddie were the top players this week. Charlotte, Sophie, Dexter and Nathan also had great scores.
- Maths and English homework is given out every Friday to be returned to school completed by Monday morning.
- Your child needs to being in their reading book and reading record every day. All books will be changed each Friday.
- Year 4 go swimming every Monday during the Autumn term. We will be returning to school at 3.20pm- a little later than our usual class finish time.
- PE takes place on Thursdays and Dance takes place on a Friday afternoon. Both indoor and outdoor PE kits are to be kept in school for the half term.
October Half Term Homework– Due in Monday 2nd November
Our guided reading book this term is The Firework Maker’s Daughter by Philip Pullman. We are also reading for pleasure our class novel, The Accidental Prime Minister by Tom McLaughlin.
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World Space Week
We have celebrated World Space Week by looking at the technology used in space and careers in this area of science. This links well with our geography topic on ‘Earning a Living’. We watched a webcast from Tech We Can
Then the class designed a space scene – take a look at Our Space art work
We have enjoyed reading ‘Look Up’ by Nathan Byron- Waterstones Children’s Book of the Year. It is the story of a girl called Rocket who dreams of becoming an astronaut like her inspiration, Mae Jemison
Groups of children planning their own collective worship to share with the class and writing their own prayers at home using our class prayer book.
Enjoying the Autumn sunshine!
We have built in the Daily Mile into our school day since returning back to school. The aim is to try and run a mile by walking, jogging or running for fifteen minutes.