Welcome to Year 4!
The staff in Year 4 are:
Click here to find out the plans for September.
Please click the following links for support during Covid-19:
Click here to view the Long Term Overview for Year 4 (2020-2021).
Homework and PE Timetable:
|Spellings given out||Spellings to be returned and tested|
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|Reading books given out||Reading books to be returned|
If your child has misplaced their spelling homework please see the current spellings below:
|Mrs Harrison||Mr Yeowell|
We are trying really hard to learn our times tables in preparation for a national test at the end of Year 4. We have gathered together some useful links to help you learn them at home too:
Click here to print a times table test to complete at home.
Please click the following link to access The Purple Mash timed test.
Another useful website to visit is TT Rock Stars. If you’re unsure of your username and password, please ask your class teacher.
Fancy a sing song to help learn your times tables? Please click the following link Musical Maths.
Year 4 news...
Year 3 and 4 RSPB Big National Bird watch! We mainly saw Pigeons, Starlings and Magpies. We enjoyed a hot chocolate and used binoculars!
Fun Fitness Friday
What an exciting day! We will definitely be relaxing over the weekend. We have enjoyed a day full of exercise and fun. Thank you Mr Murphy for our wonderful session. We enjoyed exercising to 80’s and 90’s music! We can’t wait for the next Fun Fitness Friday!
On Tuesday 14th January, Year 4 had their very own Spanish Day in school! It was a fun filled day packed with lots of exciting activities. A perfect way to start our topic, ‘Passport to Europe’.
We were inspired by the artwork by the artist ‘Salvador Dali’. We thought his work was very strange, but also very fascinating! We then created our own version of his work using brusho. Our ‘melted clocks’ looked great!
We carried out Flamenco dancing with Mrs Relph in the afternoon! She was really impressed with our moves.
Senor Pena and Mrs Porter carried out some cooking with us. We cooked a Spanish dish called ‘Torrijas’, a typical Easter dessert in Spain. We all thought it was delicious!
Times Tables Week
We have had a very busy week. We have spent every Maths lesson focusing on our times tables. We feel much more confident now! It was great fun, as we played lots of games, to help us remember the multiplication facts.
We met up with our Reading Buddies during Poetry Week. It was lovely to hear all about the poem our buddy had been learning about. We can’t wait to see them again soon.
In DT we made light boxes to investigate light by looking at different shadows.
Ancient Greek Tiles
In our DT lessons we made Ancient Greek tiles. First we designed each tile then we used tools to create the patterns in the clay.
Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day
On Friday 13th December we wore Christmas jumpers to help raise money for Save the Children. Here are some pictures of the fluffy, funny and colourful jumpers we wore!
We looked at a tube of toothpaste to show how the oesophagus works. We then looked at a food bag filled with coke to represent a stomach with acid. We watched how the acid in the stomach churned and broke down the bread into smaller pieces. Next, we used tights to show how the intestine works. We could see how nutrients are absorbed through the walls of the small intestine and how water is absorbed through the walls of the large intestine.
The last stage of the digestive system was obvious!
Well Being Day
On Thursday 24th November, we celebrated ‘Well Being Day’. Year groups carried out various activities throughout the day. Some of us had the opportunity to take part in peer massage- this was very relaxing! Others participated in Lego Therapy, which we loved! One class even had a karaoke session- this made us feel GREAT! Thank you Mrs Porter for our wonderful yoga session. It was a relaxing and lovely day at Mersey Park. We loved coming into school in our comfy slippers!