Welcome to Year 4 September 2020
Welcome to the Year 4 class page.
We have created this area for our friends, parents, carers, teachers and whole school community to find out key information and what we have been learning.
This term , we shall begin our study of Rivers, and we will be designing and building bridges in Design Technology - hopefully they can withstand a flood!
Literacy work will be based around the text, 'The Green Ship' by Quentin Blake and we will be producing our own stories, instructions and poetry.
Maths will focus on multiplication, division and perimeter. Please remember to log on to Time Tables Rock Stars at home - the app is now available!
Science this term is based around animals, food chains and habitats. We will even be going on a minibeast hunt! Let's hope the weather improves.
Year 4 children and staff are really excited about this term's learning and look forward to sharing it with you! Please keep visiting us and have a look at our Seesaw blog, photographs and news because we love to share all our amazing learning.
This half term the children will have Swimming on a Tuesday and Dance on a Wednesday. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, children will be required to leave their PE kit in school for the full half term. Please put the kit in a clearly labelled plastic bag. We have Music on Tuesday and Spanish on Wednesday.
It is really important that you read with your child as often as possible. Reading books will be sent home and must be returned to school each day in the plastic wallet provided. Please complete the reading record diary to show your child has read their book and is ready for a new one. Please ensure your child brings their reading book and water bottle to school every day and that clarinets are in school for the Music lesson on Tuesday.
For this half term, homework will be set via Seesaw on Wednesday and will include spellings, times tables and MyMaths.
If you have any concerns or information you want to share with us, please send a message on Seesaw or Dojo and we will reply as soon as possible.
Thank you for your continued support.
Mrs Gorton (Class Teacher), Mr Shove (Teaching Assistant) and Mrs Dote (Teaching Assistant)