Welcome to our Year 4 Page
Our teachers are Mrs. Wilbourne and Miss Langridge.
We work very hard in our classes.
We always aim to try our best, and enjoy our learning.
This half term our topic is
INTO THE DEEP!
In this topic, we will be learning about lots of things.
We will be undertaking factual and explanation writing connected to sea turtles. We will also be writing an adventure story. We will be learning about a range of grammar conventions linked to Rainbow Grammar, and we will be applying these in our writing.
We will be studying a variety of numerical topics including fractions, shape, and problem solving using written methods of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. We will also continue with our daily practice of counting, multiplication tables, and mental methods of calculation. Also, we will have the chance to work on our Superhero multiplication challenges each week.
We will be learning about the sea turtles of Florida. We will be finding out about the different types of sea turtle and their habitat. We will be looking at issues that are creating problems for the sea turtles, and endangering their population.
In science, we will studying the topic of 'Habitats'. Through this work, we will be investigating the habitat of the sea turtle, and also the habitats of animals in our school environment. We will look at different habitats, and consider how they support the organisms which live there.
We will study how we can create texture through art. This will involve undertaking rubbings of differing textures, and using collage to present the rubbings we do in the form of a sea creature. In addition to this, we will study the turtle paintings of Jo Lynch, and create our own work in a similar style.
In R.E., we will be studying the religion of Christianity.
We will be finding out about Easter. This will include looking at the key events of Holy Week such as Jesus' arrival in Jerusalem, the Last Supper, Jesus' arrest, his crucifixion and his resurrection. We will also be considering how Easter is celebrated around the world.
We will be continuing our French sessions, using the Rigolo teaching program to support our learning.
Good to be me!
In this unit of work, we will be thinking about how we are all different, but we all have something good to offer to society. We will be talking about feelings and how they might affect our behaviour, in both positive and negative ways. We will be understanding how important it is that we consider the feelings of others.
Swimming will be on a Monday afternoon.
P.E. day for 4SW and 4AL will be Wednesday.
More Information for Parents
Children will be given weekly lists of spellings to learn which will support the spelling patterns they are learning in class.
Spellings will go out on a Monday, and will be tested on the following Monday.
Creative homework will be given out at the start of each half term, and will need returning by the date given on the activity sheet.
We encourage children to read at home regularly to support their progress at school. Reading records and books should be in school every day please.
It would also be very beneficial to your child's learning, if they could regularly practise their times tables and quick mental maths activities.
We appreciate you supporting your child with their homework, and ensuring it is completed appropriately.
P.E and Swimming
Children are expected to wear the correct school uniform, including appropriate footwear.
P.E. kits should consist of: white t-shirt, black shorts, a long sleeve jumper, long sports trousers and plimsolls or trainers.
Please name all of your child’s property.
P.E. day for 4SW is Wednesday.
P.E. day for 4AL is Wednesday.
We will endeavour to go outside and do P.E. even in cold weather.
Please ensure your children have their PE kit in school on these days, and that earrings are removed. Thank you.
Swimming will be commencing on Monday 9th September. All children will be swimming on a Monday afternoon, this year.
If you do not wish your child to take part in P.E. lessons for any reason, please send a note into school, or speak to your child's class teacher.
Please call in to see us if you have any concerns about your child.
We are looking forward to a fantastic year of happy learning!
Thank you for your continuous support and cooperation.
Below are some websites you might like to visit.
They will support the work we are doing this half term.