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Year 4

Term 5

 

Welcome back! Hopefully you have all had a marvellous break and enjoyed your Easter holiday! I have certainly enjoyed the warmer weather and brighter days!  

 

This term in Maths we will be continuing our learning with a focus on the key skills. We understand the importance of filling those gaps in your learning and making sure we are all making progress! For Literacy we will be moving onto a new text, 'The Prince and The Pauper' a novel by American author Mark Twain. Our topic is The Tudors and it is a topic I know you will all love to learn about! 

 

 

 

 

End of Term 4

 

Wow! What a fantastic return back to school! We are absolutely amazed at how well you have all settled back into the swing of things. More importantly we are thrilled about how motivated you all are to learn! This term has been so delightful and we can not expressed how happy we all are to be back in the classroom with you all!

 

Now enjoy your well deserved rest, stay safe and we look forward to seeing you all soon!

 

Happy Easter!! 

 

 

 

Term 4

 

After a few weeks of home learning to start off the term, we are delighted to welcome you all back to school!! We know you are all nervous and worried about what to expect. To start with we will be focusing on your wellbeing and making sure you all feel safe and happy in school. Our learning journey will continue in maths with fractions, covering areas that we have not learnt yet and going over gaps in learning to make sure nothing is missed before we move on. For literacy, we will continue with our story Angus Rides the Goods Train. 

 

Remember to stay motivated with your homework! You must be achieving a minimum of 2000 Mathletic points by Friday every week, quiz every week (keep an eye on your target) and practise your spellings and X tables. 

 

 

 

End of Term 3

 

A whole term spent learning from home!! We are so proud of the effort and motivation you have all put into your learning. Over this term, it has been a joy to see you all during our daily zooms and celebrate your amazing home learning and achievements together! Remember our celebration videos are still available to watch and I really would encourage everyone to check them out to see how marvellous you all are!

 

A big shout out again to the fabulous parents and carers of our Marvellous Macaws and Perfect Peacocks - your support and hard work throughout this time has been outstanding! 

 

 

Term 3

 

Happy New Year everyone! Here is to a healthy and happy 2021 for all! We hope you all enjoyed your Christmas break and are now ready to dive into this term's learning. It is disappointing that we cannot be in school together, especially after missing out on our last week of term. However, our learning journey will still continue from the safety and comfort of your own homes for at least the next two weeks. We are still able to see each other on our daily Zooms that will start on Tuesday 5th January, which we are already so excited for! Just like always we will update the website daily with new challenges and tasks. Please remember to ask your grown ups to share your wonderful work with us through email so we can celebrate all of your hard work and effort at the end of the week! 

 

This term in Maths we will be continuing our learning on Multiplication and Division, exploring measurement (in particular Area) and then moving onto Fractions. For Literacy we will be moving onto a new text, 'Guess Who's Coming for Dinner?' by John Kelly and Cathy Tincknell.  Our topic is Climate Commotion, which we will start to look at whilst we are learning from home. Remember to check Mathletics daily for new tasks and look out for Marvellous Me messages for reminders, celebrations or important information. 

 

Stay safe and fingers crossed we see you soon Year 4, 

 

Miss Wyatt, Mrs Pratt and Mrs Johnson.

 

We would also like to introduce a new member to our awesome team, Miss Brett, who will be joining Macaw class as the class TA! She will be joining us on our daily zoom calls so you can introduce yourselves then. 

End of Term 2

 

We almost made it to the end of Term 2, but despite the surprise isolation we still manage to enjoy our last week of term together over Zoom! You really have made us all so proud with your constant displays of resilience and adaptability. Your determination to learn has only grown in these difficult times and the work you keep creating is absolutely fantastic! We can't wait to start next term and continue on our learning journey. 

 

As always the parents and carers of our Marvellous Macaws and Perfect Peacocks have been so supportive and we cannot thank you enough! 

 

Merry Christmas everyone and happy New Year!

Term 2

 

Welcome back! We are so excited to get stuck into our learning again! This term we will be focusing on the book 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.' Keep an eye out for some of our WOW writing on the website! We are continuing our topic on Martin Luther King, however this term we will be focusing on developing our artistic skills! 

End of Term 1 Review

 

Wow! I cannot believe it is the end of term 1 already! We would like to say how proud we are of all the children in year 4. It has been a terrific start to the year, and we hope to see the motivation to learn continue. This term we have explored place value in maths, looked at both ‘The Disgusting Sandwich’ and Gregory Cool’ in literacy and enjoyed learning about Martin Luther King in topic! At the end of this term we had the chance to reflect on our learning so far and have included with our reports some targets we would like to achieve by the end of the year.

Term 1

 

Welcome to our class page! We hope you find it helpful; our curriculum overview and power project sheet can be found here! The Year Four team are very eager to start our learning journey with you all.  This term we will focus on adapting to the needs and interest of all pupils, consequently creating a safe, nurturing environment where all pupils flourish, both academically and emotionally.

 

Miss Wyatt & Mrs Pratt

Miss Coates & Johnson

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