Year 4 - Mrs Roston (Mrs Miller TA)
I would like to welcome you and your children to Year 4. We are looking forward to a busy and enjoyable year. We have many opportunities planned to engage and excite the children to help them enjoy all of their learning.
Children will take part in daily Maths, English and Spelling lessons. They will also participate in RE, PE, Science and Spanish lessons throughout the week. All other subjects will be taught through our Imaginative Learning Projects. These projects allow children to develop their knowledge and skills in a creative and engaging way.
Your child will be given a reading book and a reading record for you to comment in. Mrs Miller and I will write comments in the book to help you and your child know what they need to do to develop their reading skills. Please try to listen to your child read for 10 minutes every night and write a comment in your child’s reading record. This will really help your child to become a confident, fluent reader. I am passionate about reading and I can’t wait to share lots of stories with the children this year and help them to develop as readers.
Your child will receive homework every Friday. Please try to support your child in completing their homework and returning their book to school by the following Wednesday.
Our PE days will be on Wednesday and Friday and children will need to have the correct kit.
The children have settled into Year 4 really well already and I am excited to see how they grow and develop over the coming year. There are a lot of exciting challenges ahead of us, including new books to read, new friends to make and new skills to master… I look forward to you sharing in those times and I am really looking forward to getting to know you and your children this year.
If you have any concerns or questions, please do not hesitate to talk to me.
Autumn 2019 term curriculum click here.
Spring 2020 term curriculum click here.
Summer 2020 term curriculum click here.
Year 4 Gallery
Monday 30th March
Good morning everyone. Here is your new daily maths challenge. Good luck!
Also, I would like to share with you a link to a very interesting website which links with our Traders and Raiders topic. www.jorvikvikingcentre.co.uk
I hope you find it interesting.
Monday 30th March
Good morning everyone.
I hope you enjoyed the weekend.
Here are the answers to the maths challenges set on Friday.
Well done to all of you who have managed to complete some of the tasks set for you on Purplemash.
It made me very happy!
Good morning children.
Did you clap for the NHS last night?
There will be another opportunity to do so next Thursday evening at 8pm.
Here are your new daily maths challenges. It is based on Area.
Remember to scroll down for the answers to yesterday's challenges. Good luck!
Good morning children. Here are the answers to yesterday's maths challenges.
Why not try to make up a problem of your own for someone else to solve!
Here are today's maths challenges. Good luck!
Scroll down for the answers to yesterday's challenges.
I hope you have a great day.
Good Morning children. Here are the answers to the maths challenges set yesterday.
Good morning children. I hope you are feeling okay and are finding lots of fun things to do at home.
Did you join in with Joe Wicks this morning?
If not, try to join in tomorrow. It is such a great way to start the day!
Below, you will find two maths challenges to solve. I will put the answers on here tomorrow.
Today, the children visited the Herbert Art Gallery. They looked at Anglo-Saxon artefacts, heard the legend of Lady Godiva and created a print inspired by Anglo-Saxon designs. We passed the Statue of Lady Godiva, on our way to the bus stop. What a fantastic way to begin our topic!
Today, the children sang a song called Lady Godiva. We hope you enjoy it!
Today, the children made cookies. Chocolate or raisin...which do you prefer?
As an introduction to our new topic, Year 4 visited the Lunt Roman Fort today. The children were amazing! They learned about how successful the Roman Army were at keeping the Celts out of their forts. They found out about armour, weaponry and some fighting techniques the Roman Army used. They listened well and interacted with enthusiasm. They also asked some excellent questions to find out even more. We are all looking forward to learning more over the coming weeks.
Today Year 4 led the Rosary. Thank you, children.
Here are a few of our children hoping to be elected onto the School Council. They shared their manifestos with class. Good Luck!
The children had an amazing day which included a yoga session. A huge well done to them all for trying some very challenging positions.
Wow! We have started our time in Year 4 with a bang! Today, the children explored a variety of aquatic creatures. They observed closely their shape and fine details and made detailed drawings of them. A great way to start our first topic: Blue Abyss.