Miss Osborne is our class teacher.
Click here to see our topic web for what we are learning about this half term.
Things to Note:
- Our PE day is Thursday morning. PE will be outside and inside this term so please have kit for both types of sessions, including trainers.
- Swimming - Swimming will be every Monday afternoon. Please ensure your child has swimming trunks/costume, a swimming hat and a towel all in bag.
- Homework - You will have a grid of activities based on our topic sent home at the beginning of the half term. Two topic based tasks from the grid should be completed at some point during each half term, but you can always do more if you want to! In addition, there will be a weekly English or Maths task which is given out on Thursday and collected the following Tuesday.
- Reading - Please continue to read with your child on a weekly basis and ensure children have their reading books and reading records in every day.
- Spellings - Spelling tests will take place on a Monday, please ensure you continue to practice these at home.
- Times Tables - Times tables test will take place on a Wednesday, please ensure you continue to practice these. The government expectation is that all Year 4 children know all their times tables up to 12 x 12 by the end of the year. Although we support this through our learning in school as well as weekly tests, home practise is vital!
- Children can bring a healthy snack in from home to eat during morning playtime (fruit is preferable).
This half term our topic is Use Your Senses.
Fantastic resources to support learning and homework activities
- Oxford Owl - A great place to find e-books you haven't read before!
- Nrich - Use this site to develop reasoning and problem solving skills in mathematics.
- Top Marks - Fantastic games to help you with maths!
- Purple Mash - We will sometimes set homework tasks from the Purple Mash website. It's fantastic to use at home for extra learning in addition to what we learn at school. Every child has their own login details for the website, these can be found in their reading records.