Year 4 2022 - 2023
At the heart of everything is a personalised approach to each unique individual as part of our Christian Community. The strong family ethos ensures that all children and staff feel valued, respected and grow in self-confidence. Enthusiastic and caring staff with high expectations, demonstrate care of the whole child. Through God’s guidance we encourage each and every child to 'let their light shine.'
Welcome back, year 4!
This is an exciting year with lots of new opportunities for the children including brass lessons on Fridays. I am really looking forward to welcoming you all back to school and into your new classroom, I hope you've all had fantastic summer holidays and can't wait to hear all about them.
Mrs Dale and Mrs Curwen will be our teaching assistant and will be working with us on a mixture of mornings and afternoons.
The History World Atlas - Boudicca and the Romans
Our whole school spring term topic has a History focus and is based around the book ‘World History Atlas’ published by Kingfisher - a beautifully illustrated and informative book taking us on an epic journey through History from ancient times to present day.
In Y4 we will be focussing on the Romans in Britain, what life was like for them, some of their inventions, weaponry and unforgettable invasions. Alongside the Romans we will explore the fearless warrior Boudicca and how she battled against the Romans.
Our spring term topic web below outlines what we will be learning across all subjects.
Our scheduled PE days are Wednesday with Mr Friel and Thursday with Miss Snelson. We ask that you come to school dressed in PE kit on these days each week. You will stay in your kit and do not need to bring your uniform on that day.
You will find all of the documents you need for completing your homework in the tab at the top of this page - please be aware homework is assigned by coloured groupings, your children will be aware which colour group they are in.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to ask me!
“It takes skill to win a battle, but brains to win a war.”
Our Class Charter
As a rights respecting school, one of the first activities completed in September is our Class Charter. The children choose a number of articles which they feel must be met at school. It is then discussed how the adults (duty bearers) and the pupils (rights holders) in school ensure that these rights are met. Have a look at our class charter below.
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