Ms Reeves and Mrs Brooks
Welcome to the Year 4 web page. In 4HR you will find Ms Reeves and in 4SB you will find Mrs Brooks. Helping children across both classes you will find the wonderful Mrs George. If you have any concerns or queries, do not hesitate to get in touch with the school.
On this page you can find:
- Class information including spellings and home learning;
- Information about our curriculum and learning, including an overview of our current topic.
Click on our logo to find out about our Year 4 Curriculum.
This halfterm we will be reading 'The Iron Man' by Ted Hughes. We will also continue to practise our retrieval and inference skills by looking at different texts each week. In our Geography lessons we will be looking at our local environment and studying topographical maps. We will be practising our times tables in Maths as well as looking at area, perimeter and coordinates. Our key question in RE this term is 'How do different faiths mark significant events?' so through this question we will consolidate the knowledge of the different faiths we have looked at this year. In DT we will be practising sewing skills with a view to making a pencil case! We are looking forward to our continued Science theme of 'Life Lab - Environments' and studying animals and their food chains.
Spellings will be sent out on Mondays to practice at home before the tests on the following Monday. Current spellings can be found online on the link to the right. Times tables are likewise set on Monday and due back by the following Monday. We also strongly encourage the children to read at least three times a week at home.
Please make sure you have your PE kits in school for our sporting activities: Year 4 have PE s on Thursday and swimming Wednesday. In September, please send your child to school in their kit on their PE day - all PE lessons will be outdoors (weather permitting) and you may wish to consider your child having a tracksuit for the day. Please make sure all earrings are removed or covered with tape before school on these days.