Welcome to Year 4
Our Year 4 Team
Teacher – Miss Heaton
I’m Miss Heaton and I’ll be the Y4 class teacher this year. I am very excited for the year ahead and have planned lots of fun activities and topics for us to explore this year
Teaching Assistants – Miss Westhorpe and Miss Thomas
Things to remember
- Spellings and times tables will be sent home on a Friday.
- Remember to read 3 times a week and bring your book and reading diary in every day.
- Pupils do not need to have a pencil case of their own in school. A book bag and packed lunch bag will suffice.
- Children need to bring their own water bottles and take them home each day
- Attendance at school is compulsory
On Wednesdays your child has PE so they will need to come to school in their PE kit (No football kits, rugby kits)
PE kit is black or navy shorts with a white t shirt. A tracksuit or leggings can be worn over this.
Children can wear trainers on this day and keep pumps in their book bag for that day.
Our free communication app allows us to provide parents with instant access to our important messages and up to date school information.
Please contact the school office if you have not received your personal invite.
In year 4 we have a peripatetic music teacher that comes in to teach the children how to play the ukulele. They look at how to play the different individual notes, chords and they learn how to read music. They learn a wide range of songs across the year and it is a great way for the children to have the opportunity to begin learning an instrument.
Throughout the year we will get stuck into the curriculum and explore lots of different topics and themes. Whether it be researching the UK and Europe, finding out about the Roman Empire or knowing what it was like to live in Ancient Greece, I can guarantee we’ll have lots of fun.
Already since our return, we’ve explored Worry Monsters, started our class book for the term (Charlotte’s Web) and got well under way with a fabulous rainbow art project to display in our KS2 hall.
All of your child’s home learning can be found on their Microsoft Teams account
During the coronavirus pandemic all home learning tasks and additional resources will be provided through the Microsoft Teams account. All live sessions will take place through your child’s Microsoft Teams account as well
Please make sure that you can log into this account from home. If you require any assistance please contact the school office.
Additional information and resources can be found on the coronavirus page of the website.
Breakfast club is open from 8.00am. School will begin at 8.45am for all children. Year 3,4,5 and 6 will enter through the Roper Street entrance
Collecting your child
Collecting children begins at 3.05. The school pick up is split into two pick up times. Please don’t arrive outside of these times.
Children with Surnames from A – L are collected at 3.05pm. There is a 10-minute window to collect the children. If you have more than one child, you must pick up your youngest child first.
At 3.15 the remaining children with Surnames M- Z will be collected. Again, youngest children to be picked up first.