Year 4

Welcome to the Year 4 class page. The class teacher is Mr Harris.

CLASS INFORMATION:

Mrs Upton is the class' TA and works every day, all day except for Thursdays. Mrs Upton covers the class on Wednesday afternoons.

PE is Thursday afternoons and the children must come into school wearing their PE kit. Our ICT slot is Wednesday afternoons.

Homework and spellings are given out every Friday. Homework is to be handed in the following Friday and the spelling test will also take place on this day. 

READING:

Children should aim to read 4 times a week and parents should record when their child reads to them in their reading records. These reading records should be brought in every Friday to check how much they're reading.

Library books - children have the opportunity to take out a library book and this happens every Friday. For a child to take out a new library book, they must hand in their previous one before they can change it. 

TIMES TABLES:

At the end of Year 4, children will complete a times tables test where they are expected to know all their times tables and associated division facts. It is not for you or your child to worry about, but a chance for us (and the government) to see how we are getting on as a school. Please practise these at home where possible.

TOPICS:

Our topics for the year are:

Term 1 and 2 - Pesky Plastic

Terms 3 and 4 - Conquering Europe

Terms 5 and 6 - Anglo-Saxons

Class 

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

Year 4

 

Plastic Pollution - Focusing on the causes and effects of plastic waste and how we can make changes to lessen this problem.

  

Conquering Europe - Children will learn what it takes to be a Roman warrior during the Roman Empire. They will investigate the Romans’ influence on British life and how they conquered Europe. We will design our own Roman accessories and artefacts and act out our own Roman invasion.

Anglo-Saxons In this topic, the children will learn about who the Saxons were and why they came to England. They'll study  aspects of their daily life such as village life, clothing and religion, and explore the archaeological finds at Sutton Hoo.