Update for Monday April 27th.
All students must log onto Google Classroom for future work.
- 1 Timetable 27th April
- British Rivers Atlas Work
- Conceptual understanding
- Food Chains Worksheet
- Inverse Operations
- Jesus Calls His First Disciples bible account
- My Book Review Frame
- RE Task Guideline
- Reasoning Worksheet
- Think Aloud Eugenie Clark
Update for Monday April 20th
- 1 Timetable 20th April
- COVER LETTER
- digestive system cut and stick activity
- Expanded Multiplication
- Food and Digestion sheet 1
- food and digestion sheet 2 answers
- Grammar Pronouns
- Jesus the teacher assessment April2020
- Maya Topic Evaluation
- Rivers Title Page
- The Digestive System Worksheet 3
- Think Aloud Comprehension Armistice Runner
- Thurs Expanded Method
- Valerie Blooms The River
- Valerie Blooms The River task sheet
- water art ideas
Update for Monday April 13th
- 1 Timetable 13th April
- Maths Multiplication and division test 2
- Maths Multiplication Test 1
- MON TUES Think Aloud
- THURS Rivers dictionary task
- TUES know and wonder rivers
- Valerie Blooms The River
- WED Mayan Topic work
- WED Grammar
Update April 6th 2020
- Dentist Activity Method
- Dentist Worksheet
- FRIDAY Sequencing
- MONDAY Palm Sunday Task
- Pik Story Mountain
- Timetable 6th April
- WEDNESDAY Algebra Equations Addition and Subtraction
- WEDNESDAY Easter Poem
Update March 2020
We have put together a pack of activities to support your child while we are not at school. Included in the pack are:
A maths activity book that covers general number tasks.
A times table practice booklet
As we have been working hard for the X table National Test in May could they also use the times table Rockstars Program to keep their speed and accuracy
They can also use Mathletics for maintenance of their skills
Please ensure you hear read daily and then comment using the prompt sheet in the front of the reading record
A English activity book
A Think Aloud comprehension sheet
As Holy week is approaching, create an interesting way of presenting the events that take us to Easter Sunday. This could be in a diary storyboard, a poem, a piece of art or a 3d model.
Find out about an aspect of Mayan life we have not covered in class and create a research page on it.
Find out about how the Spanish invaded and the impact of their invasion on the Mayan civilization.
About Our Year Group
Welcome to Year 4. There are two classes:
Class I - Miss Donnelly
Class J - Mrs Whitewood
Support Staff: Mrs Perrin, Mrs Amis and Mrs Clarke
Welcome to Year 4!
In the Autumn term our topic work will focus on the Romans. We will be visiting the Roman amphitheatre and Roman gallery in London and will also be spending a day 'being a Roman'! The children will learn about who the Romans were, why they came here and what changes they brought to this country. The work will be completed through class discussion, independent study and research. Our art and D.T work this term will be linked to the topic, including making Roman Coins and creating Roman mosaics. In English and Maths we will be following the topic set out in the National Curriculum (see subject areas for plans). The children will be spending their P.E time improving the important life skill of swimming.
After Christmas our topic focus moves to the Ancient Maya and Mexico. We will have a special Maya visitor and will experience the tastes, sounds and sights of Mexico. Our Art and D.T work this term will be linked to the topic, including making Maya headdresses and death masks as well as creating some traditional Maya chocolate with surprising ingredients. In English the children will be covering the National Curriculum objectives while studying Holes by Louis Sacher and Desert Trip by Barbara Steiner, both set in desert climates but with very contrasting stories. In Maths we will be following the topics set out in the National Curriculum. The children will be splitting their P.E time between liturgical dance and outdoor invasion games.
Year 4 visited Kent Life and took a journey back to Roman Times. We met a Centurion, a Celt, a Druid and even Boudicca herself! The children made leather amulets, trained as soldiers and learnt all about life at the time.
Year 4 had great fun meeting authors, learning how to draw our own characters during an illustration workshop and dressing up as our favourite book characters!
Year 4 were given first aid training. They learnt how to stop a nosebleed by applying pressure. Place someone in the recovery position and stop bleeding from a limb. It was a fun and informative learning experience.
As part of our preparation for Crowning of Our Lady Year 4 created a series of reflective dance moved linked to 'Mary did you know?' For anyone who missed it, join us at the crowning in May to see some examples of their lovely routines!
As our introduction to the Ancient Maya's, Year 4 held a Maya day. Dressing as a Maya we spent the day in the hall learning about their lifestyle, inventions and beliefs. We were even visited by a real life Maya warrior named Big Nose!
Year 4 Learning
Throughout the term the children participate in many different types of activities. Here are some photographs of them enjoying some of the range of learning they undertake.
Year 4 Roman Day
On the October 12th Year 4 was taken back in time to Ancient Rome. We spent the day dressed as Romans, learning about many aspects of Roman life. The children were trained as Roman soldiers and the tortoise shell skills were put to the test when they came under attack from their heavily armed teachers!