- The Taught Curriculum
- Information & Communication Technology
- Religious Education
- Physical Education
- Design and Technology
- The Creative Curriculum
- Modern Foreign Languages
- Additional Educational Needs
- More Able Children
- Personal, Health and Social Education
- Sex Education
- Multicultural Education
- Collective Worship
- Pixie Class
- Firefly Class
- Sprites Class
- Hobbit Class
- Elf Class
- Unicorn Class
- Dragon Class
- School Trips and Visits
- The New Curriculum
- Class structure
Elf class (Year 4).
Welcome to the Summer Term! This term we will be busy preparing for sports day, our trip to the theatre to watch 'Gangsta Granny' and getting ready for year 5.
This week's learning can be found here Timetable for Week beginning 19th June
In Year 4 English, we will be focusing on:
- Balanced arguments.
- Non-chronological reports.
In Year 4 Maths we will be learning about:
- Plotting co-ordinates
- Conversion of different measurements
In Science, we will be learning about:
- Materials and their properties with Year 5.
This term we are going to continue with our topic, The Tudors. We will be learning about King Henry's children Edward, Mary and Elizabeth and exploring their role in history. We will also be learning more about The Tudor lifestyle.
P.E sessions this term will be with Andy Booker every Wednesday afternoon with Year 5, so can you please ensure that your child has their kit in school, including trainers, a t-shirt, shorts, hat and sun cream now that it is sunny.
Modern Foreign Languages (MFL)
We are very lucky to have weekly French lessons with Madam Valerie Neaves on a Wednesday afternoon. This is a fantastic opportunity for the children to continue to learn a different language.
Your child is expected to learn their spellings every week. Your spellings will be set at the beginning of the term and tested every Friday.
Our homework is set through a task board at the beginning of each term. The due in date is the 7th July.
Expectations for homework...
Always make sure you take the same care with your homework as you do with your school work.
Your child’s reading book is sent home every night and they are encouraged to read at home as often as possible. Reading is such an important aspect of your child’s education so if you could listen to your child read 5 times a week, even if it is only a few pages, it would really be appreciated!