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Class 10 (Year 4)

Welcome to Year 4!


I hope that you've all had a lovely summer holiday and are looking forward to being back at school. I know I am! We pray that we will have a 'normal' year ahead, as we have lots of exciting learning lined up for you to enjoy. I can't wait to see you all back in school, so that we can get started! 


Parents - We will try to update this page as much as possible throughout the year so that you can see all of the fantastic things that we've been doing in school - We have a very busy year ahead!


Class Teacher- Mrs Loraine

Teaching Assistants across LKS2 - Mrs Holt, Mrs Jackson and Mrs Docherty.


Class 10 PE days- Monday and Thursday.

Please come to school dressed for PE in your school PE kit.

Autumn 1 Newsletter, September 2021

The children have been looking at the story 'The Colour Monster' by Anna Llenas. This book is a simple story about friendship, but has also helped children to recognise, discuss and label emotions on their return to school. The children were feeling a variety of emotions now they were embarking on a new school year, in a new classroom, with a new teacher. The book was surprisingly powerful and after reading, we chose to make our own paper bag monsters. 

Maths - Place Value

We have started the year with our Place Value unit, reminding ourselves of what we know about hundreds, tens and ones. We've also been looking at numbers to 1000 and placing these numbers on unmarked number lines.

Awe and Wonder - The Rotten Romans

Today, we took our learning outside and walked around our 'Class Museum'. We looked at Roman artefacts, touched them and even tried on items from Roman times. The children enjoyed finding out about what each artefact was and what it may have been used for. They recognised some artefacts as items that we still use today, and discussed some strange artefacts that are no longer in use in modern Britain.