Year 4C 2017 - 2018

Mrs Cavill

Autumn 2

After a busy first half term we are glad to be back and we are working harder than ever! This half term we will be looking about how the earth can: shake, rattle and roll in geography. This involves earthquakes and volcanos some of this work is already on the website for you to have a look at. Electricity is the topic for science and we have some exciting experiments planned. The children are getting stuck into practical work as well as understanding the importance of being safe and thinking about wasting resources.

Place value will continue to be a big focus for the start of this half term. This knowledge underpins everything else we learn about in maths. important! Further to this, we are starting to develop our skills in multiplication and look at challenging problems within all of our topics in maths. Later on this half term, we will explore the four operations in depth.

In English, we are looking at the antics of the infamous Horrid Henry. Towards the end of the term we will begin to look at information texts and how we can best use these. After this, we will move onto looking at information texts and creative image poetry.

Of course there will be a Christmas production for KS2. Year 4 will have a part of course and this year it will is called “Bethlehem”. It is a lovely production with lots of singing, dancing and acting!

Thank you for your continued support.

Year 4 team!

Autumn 1

Hello to all children, parents and carers and welcome to Year 4! We are all refreshed and raring to start new challenging Year 4 themes and topics. In class, we have already been hearing about the interesting things the children have been doing in the holidays. We hope you all enjoyed the time with your children.

The Year 4 team from 2015-16 has been reunited; Mrs Cavill is delighted that Mr. Jolly has returned to Year 4. Mrs Hughes and Mrs Brewer complete the Year 4 team.

Back to school, back to work! In English work on fables has started; the children should be able to tell you some morals of these animal based tales.


In Maths we continue to stretch and challenge the children encouraging them to be able to explain HOW they have found an answer not just to write it

Shortly you will be receiving a letter about our exciting trip to Chester. This supports our learning about the Romans and the impact they had on our lives today. The children will experience life as a Roman in the Dewa museum and even do some marching with a real Roman soldier! More details to follow soon.

 In Science we are studying a chemistry unit looking at the States of Matter. We are looking forward to working with you and your children any questions or enquiries please phone the office for an appointment.

P.E will take place on a Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Please ensure that you have your kit in on these days.

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Panto, by Miss Hulse

KS2 Christmas Panto, by Mr Jolly

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St Peter's Church of England Primary School

Muriel Street
OL16 5JQ

Headteacher: Mr A Whelan

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Fax: 01706 710302
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