Welcome to Year 4!
Warwick and Windsor Classes
Our classes are as follows:
Warwick Class: Miss Williams (Class teacher), Miss Moss (TA), and Miss Greenhough (TA)
Windsor Class: Mr Smith (Class teacher and Lower School Phase Leader), Miss Ward (TA), and Miss Dee (Student Teacher).
Topic: In this half term, Year 4 will look in detail at the reasons for the Saxon invasion explore the evidence we have for the Saxon way of life at different levels of society. The reign of King Alfred provides a great way of linking the Saxons and the Vikings using the living graph; it also offers the chance to exploring historical interpretations. We will also learn about Saxon justice and investigate if the ‘Dark Ages’ were really all that bad.
All Students will receive weekly home learning sheets, which we encourage this to be completed to support their learning.
Please read with your child as often as possible at home and record in their home school book which is checked daily. Half-Termly rewards will be provided for the students who continuously read and record it.
Children will receive a weekly list of spellings to learn at home. These will be sent home every Thursday, and then checked in school the following week.
Year 4’s P.E times are as follows:
Monday (indoors) and Wednesday (outdoors)
We will be continuing with the daily run or movement activities, so please ensure that your child has suitable footwear to participate every day. PE kits will be sent home on a Friday to be washed for return on Monday.
Please do speak to us if you have any queries or concerns.
The Year 4 team
Santa misplaced a few items in Warwick Class. Y4 wrote letters to him offering to help!
Autumn 2 - Active Maths (Fractions)
Autumn 2 - P.E (Football)
Autumn 1 - History (Roman Timeline)
Wet Play creativity
Autumn 1 - Music
All aspects of our curriculum are accessible to all children, irrespective of their ethnic background, gender, disability, religious or linguistic background. We strive hard to meet the needs of those pupils with special education needs, those with disabilities, those who are more able, those with special gifts and talents and the children who are learning English as an additional language. We provide a rich, challenging curriculum, which stretches all of our children.