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Dolphins & Orcas (Year 4)

Teachers: Mrs Baker, Mrs Eatherington and Mr Latham

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Jenner and Miss Jones

Welcome to the year 4 pages on the school website! We are Orca (Mrs Baker & Mrs Eatherington) and Dolphins (Mr Latham). Mrs Jenner and Miss Jones work with both classes to support the learning.

Multiplication Tables Check - June 2022

The Standards and Testing Agency (STA) have produced this booklet of information for parents regarding the Multiplication Tables Check.

We have posted a copy of this in our Google Classrooms, as well as some guidance on how to use Times Tables Rock Stars to help learn the multiplication facts not yet secured!

Keeping you informed:

We will upload a weekly review and home learning newsletter each Friday to this website and to the year 4 Google Classrooms. This contains information about our learning that week and any home learning. It also has a list of key dates relevant to parents of year 4 children.

You can view and download copies of the current and past newsletters by following the link below:

Google Classrooms:

The document below is a guide for parents about logging into and navigating Google Classrooms. The document also contains information about creating, editing and uploading learning within Google Classrooms. A copy can also be found within the Year 4 Google Classrooms.

Covid-19 related absence and learning:

Should your child be absent due to a requirement to self-isolate because of a positive Covid-19 test, please use the activities below for the first 2 days of absence (assuming your child is well enough to complete learning). After these initial 2 days, learning will be posted in Google Classrooms.

This learning is not intended for any other absence reason - if your child is not well enough to attend school, we do not expect him or her to be learning at home.

Home Learning:

All home learning assignments will be posted in our Google Classrooms. These will be posted each Friday afternoon and are due in the following Friday. Home learning can be submitted through Google Classroom.

Reading:

Short of ideas for books to read? Try this list of 100 books for years 3 and 4.

(list from: https://theteachingbooth.wordpress.com/)

Spellings:

Click the links below to access Times Tables Rock Stars or SpellingFrame.

THE AUTUMN TERM IN YEAR 4:

 

The first half of term:

Our main topic for the first half of term is science based and asks the question "How do electrical circuits work?” You can view the overview of this topic here.

The Knowledge Organiser for this topic can be found here.

Both the topic overview and knowledge organiser for this topic can be found in our Google Classrooms.

The second half of term:

Our main topic for the first half of term is History based and asks the question "What was life like in Roman Britain?” You can view the overview of this topic here.

The knowledge Organiser for this topic can be found here.

Both the topic overview and knowledge organiser for this topic can be found in our Google Classrooms.

THE SPRING TERM IN YEAR 4:

 

The first half of term:

Our main topic for the first half of term is science based and asks the question "How can we classify things?” You can view the overview of this topic here.

There are 2 Knowledge Organisers for this topic and these can be found here and here.

Both the topic overview and 2 knowledge organisers for this topic can be found in our Google Classrooms.

The second half of term:

Our main topic for the second half of term is Geography based and asks the question "What is a river?” You can view the overview of this topic here.

The Knowledge Organiser for this topic and these can be found here.

Both the topic overview and knowledge organiser for this topic can be found in our Google Classrooms.

THE SUMMER TERM IN YEAR 4

 

The first half of term:

Our main topic for the second half of term is Art and Technology based and asks the question "Where does chocolate come from?” You can view the overview of this topic here.

The Knowledge Organiser for this topic and these can be found here.

Both the topic overview and knowledge organiser for this topic can be found in our Google Classrooms.

School Motto

‘Enriching Lives Every Day’

Mission Statement

For in Him you have been enriched in every way, with all kinds of speech and with all knowledge. – 1 Corinthians 1-5 is the basis of our Christian Values of: Excellence; Nurture; Respect; Integrity; Compassion; Hope (ENRICH)

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