- To support work in class, we ask that children read every night.
- Precision maths folders are given out on a Monday and we ask that they are returned on Friday.
- Other homework may be issued on an ad hoc basis.
- In Year Four we listen to the children read at least once a week, we have guided reading sessions four days a week.
- Obviously there is a great deal more reading goes on in class.
- Often we will try to slip additional reading in during the day. For this reason please ensure that your child’s reading book is in class every day.
- Our PE lessons are on Tuesday and Friday, please ensure that your child has their kit in school on these days.
- We have daily sessions of reading, English and maths. The children will be split into groups according to our assessments of their ability.
- We place a big emphasis on children working collaboratively within lessons.
- Children are provided with all of the equipment that they may need for their lessons so there is no need for them to bring pencil cases in.
- Please contact us on the yard if we are available or write a short note.
- Please note that we do not read messages in the reading diary unless we are reading with your child.
- Please can you discourage children from bringing games, toys or other possessions into school other than if asked. We cannot look for broken, swapped or lost possessions.
What We’ve Been Up To:
5th October 2017 As part of their topic this term, Year 4 visited the fantastic Warner Studios to see where the Harry Potter films were set. Reports back say that Continue Reading →
Please find details and letter for this school trip here – Year4HarryPotter0917
1st December 2016 Key Stage II show off their old fashioned skills with our inter-house craft afternoon. Children got into houses and went to classrooms to take part in this Continue Reading →
7th November 2016 Year 3 and 4 had a lucky escape thanks to the Jedi like skills of their teachers. The travelling theatre group visited as part of our work Continue Reading →
13th September 2016 To commemorate 100 years since Roald Dahl’s birth, Year 4 decided to dress up as a favourite character from his imagination. Now, we’re not saying that this Continue Reading →