Welcome to Year 4 Blog
The Y4 team consists of the following teachers: Mrs. Purdom in 4JP, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Smith (yes, that's right) in 4SS, Mrs. Wymer in 4CW and Mrs Drury in 4JD. The children are also supported by our teaching assistants: Mrs. Proctor, Mrs. Cooper, Mr Gartrell and Mr Bartholomew. Our classes are also taught by Ms. Reasbeck, Miss Lee and Mrs. Grimsley on Monday. What a team!
Our PE days are Tuesday (outdoor) and Thursday (indoor). Everyone needs to wear school PE kit on those days.
Tuesday is also the day when we go swimming. Each class has a 9-week block at Goodwin Sports Centre. Details will be given just before your class block is about to start.
We will be working in our woods on alternate Wednesdays. Everyone should wear appropriate clothing for these forest school sessions. We will send a text reminder when it is your turn.
Homework in Year 4 is given out on Friday and due in the following Friday. The children have a pink homework book - everything is kept in there. Our half termly spelling grid is in the back. We ask that you practise these - little and often is best.
We know that the question children are mostly asked when they arrive home is, 'What did you do today?' The response is often, 'Nothing!' Well, here is where you can find out what nothing looks like. In our weekly blogs the children will share what they have been getting up to and show some of the wonderful work they have been doing.
Check in each weekend for our latest news.
Published: Sep 17, 2021
We have been working very hard in Year 4 this week. We have learnt about common nouns and proper nouns, worked on place value and partitioning numbers, used similes and metaphors in our writing, continued our work on sound and started to make our class timelines. We have enjoyed being active too -…Read more
Published: Sep 10, 2021
Hello and a very warm welcome to Year 4 and our first blog of 2020-21!
We have had great fun this week while we have been learning and playing together. It's been a chance to get to know each other a little better and there have been lots of smiles along the way. Here's a taste of what we…Read more
Published: Jul 16, 2021
Thank you and goodbye!
Well, what a year it has been. Thank you for being enthusiastic about your learning and for having a brilliant 'have a go' attitude. Thank you for being cheerful and wanting to do your best. Thank you for making us smile every day. Thank you…Read more
Published: Jul 09, 2021
Oh we do like to be beside the seaside!
This week, we were all very excited to go on our day trip to Scarborough. As you will have seen in our previous blogs, we have been working hard at school, learning all about this seaside town and comparing it to where we live. We knew lots about the…Read more
Published: Jul 04, 2021
This week has been SCIENCE WEEK in Year 4. We have done science every day and it's been brilliant! We did lots of experiments using our very own electrical circuits and we have been discussing plastic pollution too. Well done to those children who are investigating plastic waste at…Read more
Published: Jul 02, 2021
Last week we spent a glorious morning in the woods this week, taking a break from the sunshine in the dappled shade. The children let their imaginations run wild while creating woodland dwellings for forest fairies, cheeky gnomes, shy pixies and terrifying trolls. The…Read more
Published: Jun 18, 2021
Welcome to another busy blog from Year 4. We have been learning all about angles, electricity, Scarborough castle and mythical sea creatures. This week also saw the start of 'Beat the Street' which we are all very excited about!
We enjoyed making angle eaters out…Read more
Published: Jun 11, 2021
It seems the summer has finally arrived for our last half term in year 4!
Our highlight this week has to be the 'create a seaside scene in a matchbox' homework. Take a look below to see just how fabulous they are.
We have enjoyed a busy week doing lots…Read more
Published: May 28, 2021
It's been all about the blue whale in Year 4 this week and we have loved it!
This week we have really enjoyed completing our non-chronological reports on blue whales.
Published: May 21, 2021
A varied week in Year 4 - we've had lots going on!
The children have been enjoying the science topic all about the digestive system this half term. They have made huge digestive system models using junk to represent the different parts involved. We think this has…Read more
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