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Year 4

Welcome to Year 4

The adults in Year Four are Mrs David, Mrs Oram, Mrs Pettifor and Mrs Lewis. If you wish to discuss anything with us we are out in the yard every morning and we will be glad to speak to you then or make an appointment for a more convenient time.


Autumn Term 2019

This term we are studying the topic 'All Around the World'.  We started the term with a fantastic day of dressing up, food tasting, painting etc all on this topic.  After completing the activities  pupils then  came up with ideas of their own that they would like to carry out on this topic.  Their ideas were brilliant and we have already completed a few of the them. 


Spring Term 2020

Our topic this term is 'Sport', we will be looking at different sports people and nutrition. We will be reading biographies and writing factfiles and reports. We hope to encourage our pupils have an healthy lifestyle.



We have a residential trip planned for Monday 23rd March.  We will be going to Borfa where your child will have the opportunity to take part in a number of outdoor activities.  There will be a meeting for the parents of the children who wish to go on Wednesday 26th February.  


General Information

PE is on a Wednesday for Mrs David's class and a Monday for Mrs Oram's class, and pupils are expected to bring PE kit to school, change into it to do PE and then change out of it afterwards.  Pupils can wear T-shirt, shorts, leggings or joggers.  Please make sure your child has suitable footwear.

Homework - Spelling tests are given out on a Monday and pupils have until Friday to learn them.  Comprehension activities are allocated on Reading Eggspress and all children have their own passwords to access this from home. . Maths activities that support their learning in class can be accessed through Activelearn and all pupils have passwords for this.

Reading Books can be taken home everyday but must be brought back in every morning.  Please listen to your child read for ten minutes every days as this can make a huge difference to their confidence and ability to read.