Welcome to Year 4
Class 4 are a friendly and enthusiastic group of children, who are extremely excited about returning to school and can’t wait to begin their learning journey this year!
Year 4 Staff
Class teacher: Miss Dunn
Teaching assistants: Miss Johnston
Class Governor: Father Coxon
Our School Day
Children can arrive at school between 8.30 and 9.00 am.
Class 4 end their school day at 3.15 pm and should be collected at this time from our school yard.
Any children who have siblings with different finish times will leave together, at the earlier time and pick up point.
PE in Class 4 takes place on Wednesdays and Fridays. Children should come to school wearing their PE kits on these days – they do not need a change of clothes.
Spelling lists will be set at the beginning of each half term and children can select the list which they think is most appropriate to them. If they feel confident spelling the words in the ‘Practice’ list that week, they should learn the spellings from either the ‘Develop’ or ‘Expert’ list. The words in the ‘Expert’ list are slightly more challenging.
You can find the spelling lists for each term below:
Children have their own logins for Spelling Shed, where they can practise the spelling rule from the lists. This is assigned weekly, on the website. They also have access to the common exception words and the Year 3/4 spelling words lists for the whole year.
The times tables focus for each week is detailed on the termly spelling lists. Children also have their own logins for Times Tables Rockstars, where they can practise the tables set each week.
Children should try to read at home as much as possible and record this in their reading records. Reading records should stay at home and will be collected in at the end of the half term, for teachers to look at.
It would be fantastic if children could access a wide variety of reading materials at home. This might include fiction and non-fiction books, newspapers or magazine, instructions and recipes, online articles or stories, leaflets and letters. Listening to stories being read by an adult or older sibling is also very valuable for children, as it can encourage their love of reading, help develop their comprehension skills and provide a model for fluent, expressive reading.
Below are some websites where children can listen to stories being read aloud:
Please take a look at our Year 4 Long term Overview 20-21 to find out what we will be learning about this year.
You can find our more about our learning by visiting the Curriculum section of our website.
Archived Class Work
Please view our archived Year 4 work and newsletters by clicking the links below:
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