The two Year 4 classes are:
Dahl Class: Miss Noice and Miss Howieson
Walliams Class: Miss Dickie and Miss Bottrell
Link to the PowerPoint about the new Times Tables Test: Times Table Year 4 Parent Workshop
Our Spring 1 topic is Invader and Raiders involving Vikings!
In topic, we will be asking Why do people raid and invade? We will be investigating the topic of Vikings and their history as well as their gods and religion. We will develop our skills as historians using a range of historical resources.
Spring 1 topic overview
In reading, we will be looking at a variety of texts and genre types, exploring their features and using them to improve our comprehension and inference skills. We will read The Highwayman and perform crime related poems as a link to our topic.
In writing, we will continue to use and apply the different skills of a writer. We will write instructions, narrative and narrative poetry based on Crime and Punishment. We will use these skills across a range of genre and learn to edit and improve effectively.
In Maths, we will further develop our understanding of the four operations. We will use and apply skills we have learnt to a range of contexts including problem solving and learning to explain our reasoning.
In science we will learn about electricity. We will investigate electrical insulators and conductors and how to keep safe when using electricity. We will also be scientists, carrying out experiments using fair testing and recording our results in a range of ways.
PE for the Autumn 2 half term is on Thursday. Please ensure your child comes to school with their PE kit.
Click below to view the information from the Year 4 parent workshops we held earlier in the year.
The residential trip to Stubbington is on the w/c Monday 24th September. If you have any queries, please speak to Miss Dickie.
How you can support your child’s learning:
- Ensure that your child is prepared and on time for school each day.
- Practise their times tables.
- Support your child with their homework.
- Test your child on their spellings.
- Read at home every day.