The classes in Year 4 are:
The Year 4 Teaching Assistants are Mrs Bullock and Mrs Schofield.
The Year 4 teachers would like to say a big well done to all the children who have been completing
all their English and Maths learning at home. Don't forget to submit what you do on Purple Mask
so that we can see it.
Look after yourselves, keep up the learning and stay safe.
Year 4 'Learning at Home' Stars of the Week
Fir Class - Ferrah
Spruce Class - Tiana
Pine Class -
Year 4 Active Champions
Don't forget to be an 'Active Champion' at home with your family.
There is lots you can do at home, exercise with Joe Wicks every morning
at 9am and use Cyber Coach whenever you want, play ball in your garden
or make up your own exercises.
Term 4 'Here they come again!'
This term the children began learning about further invasions of Great Britain.
First by the Anglo-Saxons and then the Vikings.
In English we read 'Arthur and the Golden Rope'.
Term 3 Insistent Invaders
This term the children in Year 4 will be learning about the Roman empire and the impact the Romans have on our life today. They will gain some understanding of what it was like to be a Roman soldier and will consider issues such as slavery.
The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane
The children are reading the story and will be using the structure to write their own versions. They will explore how characters feelings change throughout the story.
Year 4 Trip to Rochester
The children loved travelling to Strood on the train and then walked across the bridge. It was a very cold day and there was lots of walking but the children were all great and enjoyed the experience. We would like to say a big thank you to all the parents who came with us.
Term 2 - Location, Location, Location
This term we have a Geography focus. The children will be learning about the geographical features of Rochester and changes which have occurred. They will consider the impact of development in Rochester and Snodland.
In DT the children will make huffkins, a Kentish bread..
In English the children's work will be based on the story Mouse, Bird, Snake, Wolf.
Term 1 - Robots!
The children in Year 4 enjoyed a fun filled robot day to begin our new topic. Each class had a go at being robots, giving and following commands and some had a go at making robot models. The children discussed the many used of robots in society.
In English the children are reading 'The Wild Robot' by Peter Brown. The story follows Roz the robot as she adapts to life on the island where her crate crashed. The children will be writing poems, recount, persuasive arguments, descriptions and fact sheets using the story as their stimulus .
Look at our lovely learning!
The children have been investigating circuits. They all managed to work together
to create a complete circuit and light a bulb. Now they need to add circuits to the robots they have made!
The children have worked really hard this term learning to play some simple tunes using different strokes.
Year 4 Timetable
|Swimming (Term 1, 3 & 6)||Library||Games|
Games will take place on a Monday for Pine Class and Thursday Spruce Class and Fir Class. Please make sure your child has a full PE kit in school at all times, including suitable footwear. For both Games and Dance please make sure that earrings are taken out. All personal belongings and clothing should be clearly labelled with your child's name.
Year 4 will be swimming in Term 1, 3 and 6. Please see the table above to find out when your child is swimming. All children are required to bring in a towel, swimming trunks/costume and hat. Hats can be bought at the school office.
Please see the table above to find out when your child will be visiting the library. Children must bring in their library books on this day in order for them to change it for a new one.
Every Tuesday in the first term and every other Tuesday from Term 2-6, Year 4 will be lucky enough to take part in ukulele lessons. We are fortunate to have a brilliant ukulele teacher come to the school and teach the children.
In Year Four, we encourage children to read every day. Home school reading records are expected to come into school every day. Now that most of the children are reading longer books we ask that reading records are sent in showing the pages which have been read. Please make sure your child understands what they have read by asking them some questions. Please sign and comment in their home school reading records whenever your child has read as they can then move up a place on our new Race to Read challenge chart. This is an opportunity for the children to receive certificates and other rewards for the amount of times they have read at home. There are also lots of books to read on Bug Club.
Every Friday afternoon the whole school will be participating in ERIC (Everyone Reads In Class) time for ten minutes. All adults and children will be reading at this time to encourage and inspire everyone to enjoy reading.
Each week the children will bring home 10 spellings to learn. The spellings will all be based on a pattern or rule.
Times table homework will be sent home on a Monday to practise and learn ready for the times table test on a Friday. Don't forget the children can practise their times tables online using Times Table Rockstars using the link below. Children can ask their teacher for their login if they need it.
Bug Club Reading - https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?c=0
Times Table Rockstars - https://ttrockstars.com/