Year 4: Reminder

Please remember to bring your reading books in tomorrow morning. It is also PE so remember to wear clothes suitable for outdoor sport.  Thank you 😊 

Year 4: investigating materials

Today we have been looking closely at materials before we begin our investigation to find out which is the most/least absorbent. When we have completed the investigation we will be using our findings to design and make a coat suitable to be worn in Narnia!  #ambitious capable learners  #enterprising creative contributors 

Year 4: International Day of Peace

We have started this morning thinking about International Day of Peace. We have considered situations and places that need God’s gift of peace. Then we watched todays news round to learn about events going on around the world that might need peace.  #ethical informed citizens  We then wrote ideas about who/where needs Gods Gift of … Read more…

Year 4: our missions this week

Within the classroom we have areas of learning, similar to those we had in Y3. Each area has a mission for us to complete based on our learning in directed tasks. This week we have added our own missions to the ones Mrs Williams put out.  Some of us have made paper snowflakes and written … Read more…

Year 4: Weekly round up and next week

Year 4 have worked extremely hard this week. We have been busy writing descriptions of the White Witch and have worked together to write a set of instructions. The pupils have come up with some fantastic ideas for our ‘Missions’ to complete in the areas within the classroom. In numeracy they have done a great … Read more…

Year 4: Information

Homework Homework including reading books will be sent home every Friday, please make sure that these are returned by Wednesday morning each week to allow time to quarantine the books before they go home with another pupil on a Friday. Unfortunately, any books returned after a Wednesday morning will not be changed until the following … Read more…

Year 4: PE

Please remember to come to school dressed in your outdoor PE kits tomorrow.  Thank you 😊 

Year 4: Abacus Homework

Later this week the children will be bringing home a numeracy homework pack, this will include information and log on details for Abacus Active Learn. There will also be useful resources such as a hundred square and blank number lines that the children can keep and use to help with their maths homework. Homework this … Read more…

Year 4: Artwork

This afternoon we have been finding examples of artwork that shows journies. We have worked in groups to create digital collages. We will use these to help us with our own artwork in the coming weeks.  #ambitiouscapablelearners 

Year 4: next week

Year 4 have worked extremely hard this week. They have enjoyed writing descriptions of Narnia, learning about materials and adding numbers to 100 in a variety of ways. They have also enjoyed starting our art work with the theme of journeys. Next week we will continue with our theme of An Amazing World of Real … Read more…

Year 4: Homework

Today the children will be coming home with handwriting paper and a set of cursive letters. *Any children who have been using the handwriting cards in school to write in joined up writing can use this paper to have a go at writing some sentences in joined up, this may be a poem or some … Read more…

Year 4: materials and their properties

This afternoon we have been set the task of linking objects, materials and properties.  We have thought about objects that we came across while reading The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. Mrs Williams asked us to work in groups to come up with an interesting way of presenting our findings. Some of us chose … Read more…

Year 4: Reminder

Just a reminder that it is PE tomorrow so don’t forget to come to school dressed in appropriate clothing for a PE lesson outside.  If the children have hats please also send them in for tomorrow as it has been extremely hot today and is due to be even warmer tomorrow 🥵.  See you all … Read more…

Year 4: topic launch

It has been lovely to welcome back Year 4 and to see the smiles on their faces.  Today we have launched our first topic; An Amazing World of Real and Make Believe. The children have found out that we will be learning all about India and materials as well as reading The Liion, The Witch … Read more…

Year 4: Croeso!

Pnawn da! I am so excited to welcome you all back to school tomorrow and I am looking forward to hearing what you’ve all been up to over the holidays.  Here are some photographs of what your classroom looks like. When you arrive tomorrow your names will be on post it notes to show you … Read more…

Year 4: Thank You and Goodbye!

Firstly, apologies for this late post.  It’s been a lovely year for me with a fabulous Year 4 class.  Thank you to all the children and parents who have made it such a special time. I’ve enjoyed every minute of it. Thanks for just being you 🙂 Have a lovely Summer! Mr Steele

Year 4: Weekly Summary

Good evening!  On Google Classroom tomorrow I will be setting you a task in maths involving working out the area and perimeter of 2D shapes. In Non-Fiction you will be planning/ writing your own persuasive brochure and for our topic work you will be writing a factfile on Henry VIII. On Tuesday (our first day … Read more…

Year 4: Homework

This week has of course been Olympic Week! Schedule : Day 1 – Opening Ceremony, Ball Skills (Dribbling ball between cones and score, chipping ball into hoops) Day 2 – Jumping (Speed test, in and out using ladder, Practising different jumps). Day 3 – Team Games (football and basketball matches where you had to pass … Read more…

Year 4: Day 5 of the Olympics

Day 5 of the St Mary’s Olympics saw pupils do running and hurdles races. Afterwards we also had the closing ceremony. Everybody had lots of fun. Well done Y4 (Super photos curtesy of Mr K!)

Year 4: Food Tasting

This morning Year 4 were busy tasting Indian food (onion bhajis and vegetable samosas). They also had an extra treat in the form of vegetable spring rolls! For some it was the first time they had eaten these foods and they really enjoyed them. It was a nice way to end an activity where pupils … Read more…