Welcome to Class 4
Teachers : Mrs Havard class teacher Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs Stonehouse - Friday.
Teacher Assistant: Mrs Chambers Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Mrs Houghton - Thursday.
Thank you for visiting our class page. On here, you will be able to find information about our topics, homework expectations in Year 4 and our P.E. lessons. You will also be able to find some useful documents as well as being able to see updates about our learning. If you are at home awaiting COVID test results go to the year 4 remote learning page under the heading of children. Find the correct week and you can access the work which we will be following in school.
Autumn 1 : Britain from the Air
Autumn 2 : The Romans
Spring 1 : Reign Over Us
Spring 2 : Tudor Warwickshire
Summer 1: Mount Kilimanjaro
Summer 2 : World Kitchen
Each child will have a homework diary which they will be expected to have in school daily with their current reading book in the homework diary is the username and password for each child’s we learn account. These are the same details for accessing purple mash.
We love reading and want to nurture an enjoyment and independence in every pupil we encourage every child to read at home for a minimum of 15 minutes daily to develop their fluency, comprehension and vocabulary. The homework diary should be used to record their daily reading which will be checked weekly to ensure children are completing their reading homework, this should be a minimum of 3 times a week. We appreciate there will be a range of reading abilities in year 4 and we have a range of reading materials to suit all of the pupils. We encourage parental involvement, even with independent readers, to check their understanding of the text.
Each child will receive a maths homework book, every week they will be expected to complete a page set by school. This goes home on a Wednesday and must be back in school the following Monday.
During Year 4, all children will be expected to know their timestables up to 12 x 12. These will be tested daily to ensure they have quick responses, please practise these with your children, the hit the button link below is a helpful tool to check for quick responses. Also included below are some table challenges the pupils will be accessing in class and can be practised at home. The username and password for numbots and TTRS is stuck in the homework diary.
Each week, pupils receive a list of spellings, based on their ability and a spelling rule for the week. They will have some opportunities to practise these words in school but they are also expected to learn at them at home. There will be a weekly spelling test. Spelling lists for the 3 different spelling groups are below, your child should know which spelling group they are in.
Each week, pupils will be assigned some tasks to do on purple mash they will be given time to do the activity in school but can have a go at doing the activities at home to.
At the beginning of each new topic your child will be given a knowledge organiser with facts on linked to the topic. Each week they will be given some facts to learn from the knowledge organiser which will help with their topic work that week. On Thursday there will be a quiz to check on the recall of topic facts for that week.
This term we will have PE on Wednesday afternoon and multiskills on Thursday so please ensure that your child comes in their correct kit on these days. Kit should include school P.E. t-shirt, school jumper, tracksuit bottoms or shorts and trainers.
Year 4 will be doing Forest School in Autumn 2 on Wednesday afternoons.
Forest School clothes include: normal school t-shirt and jumper, tracksuit bottoms or leggings and old trainers. They can bring wellies or old trainers in a carrier bag if they have them, though this is not essential. It is a good idea to have a waterproof coat for Forest School as we will be going outside whatever the weather!
Year 4 class photos Autumn 2021
SPELLING LISTS FOR SPRING 1 2022
SPELLING LISTS FOR AUTUMN 2
Below are some useful links to support the learning in Year 4.