Teacher: Miss Aitkin
Teacher: Miss Price
Teacher: Miss Archer
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Clark, Miss Evans, Kirsten Parker
About Year 4
PE will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday in 4W and 4P and Wednesday and Fridays in 4A, however timetables may change so please ensure your child’s PE kit is in school Monday to Friday. Your child should have the following items in their PE kit: black shorts/joggers, a house colour/white t-shirt and daps or trainers. If your child cannot do PE for medical reasons please let your class teacher know in person or with a note. All jewellery must be removed for PE lessons. If your child cannot remove their earrings, please provide tape to cover them
Each week this will be reading, times tables and an additional English or Maths-based task relevant to the week. Details will be written in your child’s homework book. The school policy is that if children do not hand in their homework on time they will have to complete it during their lunchtime. Every child is currently writing in pencil and has to earn their pen license. Therefore, English homework should be completed in pencil until your child has received their pen license. Please ensure that your child writes the date and learning objective (title) on every piece of written homework.
Children will be expected to read at least 3 times a week at home, with their reading log book signed to show this. We would greatly appreciate if this could be encouraged to ensure children progress as expected in Year 4.
Year 4 will be doing swimming in a week block. This will probably take place in Term 3. Please ensure your child brings a swimming kit including appropriate swimwear (no bikinis or long shorts) a towel and goggles if the child wishes.
Key Performance Indicators for Year 4
Download: Curriculum for Year 4
In Year 4 we will explore some fantastic topics, as part of our creative curriculum, and ensure that learning is purposeful and fun. Each child will be encouraged to try their best with support and encouragement.
Invaders and Settlers
- Read at least 3 times
- Learn times tables and corresponding division facts
- Maths/English activity (alternate weeks)