Mrs Kalam, Mrs Jones, Mr Kirby, Mrs Winters and Mrs Faulkner welcome you to the Year 4 page, where you can find useful links and information about some of the things that are happening in our year group.
However delicious this food may look, it is not healthy!
Rules about snacks at break time are changing. Snacks MUST be either; a piece of fruit (this can be dried fruit but not Fruit Winders, vegetables or a piece of toast. Toast can be purchased from school for the small fee of £1 per week.
Ms. Coles has stated that people who bring snacks in for break time that are unhealthy and unsuitable will be confiscated by the teachers.
I'll go with grapes!
|8.45 - 9.10||9.10 - 9.30||9.30 - 10.50||10.50 - 11.05||11.05 - 12.35||12.35 - 1.35||1.35 - 3.30|
|Monday||Register and morning task||Assembly||Maths||Break Time||Literacy/Guided Reading||Lunch Time||Science/Topic|
|Register and morning task||Assembly||Sing Up!||Break Time||Literacy/Guided Reading||Lunch Time||*Outdoor PE|
|Wednesday||Register and morning task||Assembly||Maths||Break Time||Literacy/Guided Reading||Lunch Time||
|Thursday||Register and morning task||Assembly||Maths||Break Time||Literacy/Guided Reading||Lunch Time||*Indoor P.E.|
|Friday||Register and morning task||Assembly||Maths||Break Time||Literacy/Guided Reading||Lunch Time||PSHE - Jigsaw|
*Please make sure that your PE kit (both indoor and outdoor) are always at school. We might have the chance to do PE when we are not on the timetable. Your kit can be washed at the weekend or half-term.
Spellings now play a huge part in our progress, as writers. Here is a list of the spellings that we're expected to know by the end of Year 4.
accident(ally) actual(ly) address answer appear arrive believe bicycle breath breathe build busy/business calendar caught centre century certain circle complete consider continue
decide describe different difficult disappear early earth eight/eighth enough exercise experience experiment extreme famous favourite February forward(s) fruit grammar group guard guide heard heart height history imagine increase important interest island knowledge learn length library material medicine mention minute natural naughty notice occasion(ally) often opposite ordinary particular peculiar perhaps popular position possess(ion) possible potatoes pressure probably promise purpose quarter question recent regular reign remember sentence separate special straight strange strength suppose surprise therefore though/although thought through various weight woman/women
There are loads, right?
You can find your weekly spelling lists below. Just click on the pencil for your group.
*Remember to practise your spellings in full sentences; especially those tricky homophones!*
I came. I saw. I conquered.
This topic, we will be studying the Romans. Some of the activities that we have to look forward to are below;
We will be researching the infamous Julius Caesar! We will have a look at who he was, why he was so famous and how he became the most powerful man on earth during his reign!
We will be learning which countries were taken over by the Romans and how they completely overwhelmed the Celts. We will look at where it all started and where the demise of the empire began.
We will also be using our DT skills to design and create an intricate Roman brooch, ready to wear to our Roman party!
Our topic will end with an exciting Roman party!
A quick joke; How did the Roman Empire get cut in half?
With a pair of Caesars!