In Year 4 we help pupils to become more independent and engaged learners so that they can show their full potential across the curriculum. As a year group we are committed to high quality, collaborative work and showing off our individual talents when we can! In Year 4, we encourage each child to develop independence and resilience so they can be successful in all areas of the curriculum.
Letters that have been circulated to parents are available for you to view and download here.
These are the times that apply to a year 4 pupil’s school day.
|08:55||pupils are collected from the playground|
|09:00||class register is taken|
|15:25||end of school|
Pupils will line up on the playground (next to year 5) in class lines. Teachers will collect them and take them to their classroom. They are collected from the same place at the end of the day.
Please click here for our expectations of punctuality with arrival & collection of your child.
|Mr Geoff Hay||4A - class teacher|
|Miss Laura Fraise||4 alpha - class teacher|
PE is on Friday afternoons.
Parents will be informed about any details of any school trips throughout the year. A letter will be sent out in advance of the trip to your son / daughter informing you of all relevant details. Occasional walks around the local area are covered by a permission form that all parents and carers are asked to sign at the beginning of each academic year.
Homework is given out every Friday and due in on the following Friday.
Pupils are also expected to read at home every night and practise their spellings, times tables and number bond facts. Homework will range between an English / Maths task.
The following strands will be covered across the three terms using the Maths No Problem Scheme:
Times tables will also be practised on a daily basis alongside the above units.
For more information about the strands please click the National Curriculum link at the bottom of this page.
Topics covered in Year 4 include:
Maps and the local environment
|PSHE||-||Who am I Inside Out?|
How can I be mentally healthy?
What impacts on my community?
What should I do with uncomfortable feelings?
What should we do about bullying?
Who am I going to be? (SRE unit)
|RE/Philosophy||-||What do different people believe about God?|
Is Peace possible?
Why is Jesus inspiring to some people?
Why are festivals important to religious communities?
What does it mean to be a Hindu in Britain today?
Please ensure that your child brings their reading book and diary to school every day. If you hear your child read at home, please encourage your child to write a short note in their purple diary. This is so we can keep track of the books they’re reading and the regularity of reading outside of school. Teachers are available on the playground in the mornings and in the afternoon for a quick chat, please feel free to ask any questions or raise any concerns that you may have. Should you need a longer conversation, we are happy to have a discussion but please make an appointment at the office. If pupils would like to bring a water bottle to school, they may do so.
Any money which is sent in should be sealed in an envelope. Please write your child’s name and class on it and the amount which is enclosed.
Key stage 1 and 2
(Gov.uk - Childcare and parenting)
primary curriculum (key stages 1 and 2)