Y e a r  4  T e a m :  
Mrs Bradford, Miss Beesley ,   Carol  a n d   Sophie

NEWS: Times table and division grids are now available to download on this page. See below. 
Please find the Maths Methods Handbook here

   

 
          
H O M E W O R K
E X P E C T A T I O N S

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 !
Friday 19th October 
Make sure you're wearing your yellow t-shirt and bring your dancing shoes!
 
Y E A R   4   S E R V I C E
Friday 12th October 

O P E N   D A Y  
Monday 29th October
Parents/Carers can book appointments in the school office.  



E N G L I S H

We have built on our Summer project about pollution in our oceans and are working on the wonderful book, MANFISH, a beautifully illustrated biography of Oceanographer and Environmentalist, Jacques Cousteau.


R E

Our topic this term is JONAH and our services are themed around Numbers.

T H E M E 

We are looking at the Roman Invasion of Britain and the legacy they left behind.  We led a very dramatic assembly looking at Emperor Claudius' invasion of Britannia in 43AD and the causes of Boudicca's Celtic Rebellion in around 60AD.

S C I E N C E

Our topics this term are Living Things and Their Habitats, and Animals Including Humans.  We have investigated the wildlife in our local area and made some observational drawings of creatures we might find in local habitats.




R E C E N T   E V E N T S

             
               N O   P E N S  D A Y  W E D N E S D A Y


We had a rather wonderful day learning without pens or pencils on national No Pens Day.  We were learning about Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and Dyspraxia and accessing our learning in different ways.  We loved our counting games and problem-solving in Maths, we told a very tall tale of flying toads and lily pads in English and we explored Roman deities in History.  Perhaps you can guess who...