Y e a r  4  T e a m :  
M r .   A v i s ,   B e v   a n d   S a l l y        

NEWS: Times table and division grids are now available to download on this page. See below. 

Homework projects are not due until Friday 3rd November
Apologies - we don't know how or why project sheets weren't sent out but they weren't. We're giving children half-term to ensure these are done. Please find details of Year 4's project below:

Straight forward activity: What do you like about your local area? How could you improve it? 
Harder activity: Produce a leaflet about recycling.
Challenge activity: What can you recycle in your local area and why is it a good idea to recycle? Find an interesting way to present your findings.

Read every night to an adult and discuss your book with them. If you can't read with an adult, make sure that an adult sees you reading and then make sure they sign it. 

Revise your times tables an
d related division facts ready for times tables and division tests. 

U S E F U L    I N F O R M A T I O N 

PE kits must be in school every Monday and taken home each Friday.

Homework is due in on a Monday and new homework will be given out on a Wednesday

Bring your reading record into school each day. They will be checked every day. If it's signed every single day, then you'll get 5 minutes extra golden time. It should be signed at least 4 times a week. If not, you will have to spend some lunchtimes reading so that you are reading enough.

Spelling tests take place each Wednesday. Library is on Wednesdays so bring in your library books - even if you haven't finished - so that you can renew or return books. 

     I M P O R T A N T   D A T E S

                            C A R N I V A L 

Thursday 19th October

Remember Y4's colour is yellow. Make sure you're prepared to be dressed in as much yellow as possible.  

O P E N   D A Y 

Tuesday 7th November

Year 4's Open Day is not being held on Monday 30th October like other classes. Instead, it is being held on Tuesday 7th November.  

R O Y A L   F E S T I V A L   H A L L 

Wednesday 8th November

S E R V I C E 

Friday 10th November

Please join us for our service where we shall be considering the Prophets and the foretelling of the birth of Jesus.
R E C E N T   E V E N T S

             M U S E U M   O F   L O N D O N

Here he is, the Viking we met at the Museum of London on Thursday 12th October:


Our performance for our service on Friday 13th October didn't suffer from any bad luck: the story of Joshua and the walls of Jericho went really well, so well that it earned the class a round of applause!

C O M M U N I T Y   A F T E R N O O N 

Our worship theme as a school this term is books. To mark this in our community afternoonwe aimed to create a book in a day. Each of us rewrote the tale of Little Red Riding Hood and illustrated it too. We were inspired by the watercolour  illustrations of Quentin Blake.