WELCOME TO THE YEAR 4 CLASS PAGE.
This is the place to come to find out all about the amazing learning that Foxes and Badgers are discovering throughout the year!
Maths homework will be sent out every two weeks.
My Choice homework will be sent out approximately every three weeks.
Spellings will be given out every week.
Just a quick reminder:
Indoor PE is on Thursdays for both classes.
Outdoor PE or Swimming is on Fridays.
Please make sure that all jewellery is removed for PE lessons.
Summer Term 2019
We started this term with our Viking Day, drawing our Vicious Vikings topic to a close with a battle and baking! Thank you for your fantastic efforts with costumes and props, it really made the day extra special.
Spring term 2019
Spring term was just as informative as the Autumn. We have been learning about the digestive system, our teeth, spreadsheets, 3D shapes, co-ordinates, explanation texts and much, much more.
Our highlights were inviting you in to see our Ukulele lesson, when the children entertained you with their sensational skills. We took part in Science day, which was all about 'Journeys' so we investigated the journey of electricity. We also took part in World Book Day, coming to schools in our pyjamas and we met the author James Bowen, who shared his experiences of being an author and inspired the children to become better writers themselves.
We had an action packed Autumn term!
We learnt about solids, liquids and gases in Science - we have learnt the terms: condensation, evaporation and water vapour.
Our practical investigations were based on how quickly ice melts on certain heat sources, as well as recording the temperature of ice over a given time. Some children predicted the temperature would fall as the ice melted, whereas others predicted it would rise. We had great fun finding out!
In Topic we learnt about the Polar regions. We learnt about famous explorers, what equipment we might need if we went on a polar expedition, as well as types of animals that can survive there. We even learnt that Polar bears and penguins don't even meet, because they are on opposite poles!