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Welcome to Willow Class!

Year 4

Class Teacher: Mrs Anderson 

Teaching Assistant: Mrs Huggins

Intervention Teacher: Mr Todd

Autumn term

Welcome back! We hope you've had a lovely summer and are ready to learn! This term we will be learning about poetry and story writing in literacy, number and place value in maths, inventors and industrialists in topic, states of matter in science and structures in art/DT. Please see our Curriculum Overview below for an in depth look at what your child will be learning. Also, please remember to read at home every night and to go on TT Rock Stars and Mathletics as often as you can. Thank you!

 

Bright spark Brit Joseph Swan and the future of lighting

General Notices

The children will receive 3 pieces of home work each Friday. They will need to complete maths, literacy and spellings over the weekend and return it by the following Wednesday.

P.E - The class will participate in sessions on a Thursday afternoon. School provides a PE kit for each child, all your child will need to bring in is a pair of socks and trainers (or similar sensible footwear). Please remember a tracksuit top in colder weather and always bring a water bottle.

Please see our termly overview below for more information about what your child will be learning this term.

Another problem solved, we love Barvember!

Year 4 had fun experimenting with circuits today. Unfortunately, they really enjoyed using the buzzers!

We started our Modern Europe topic by looking at lots of maps!

Our class had the best attendance in school last week and our reward was an ice cream and movie during golden time! 

Year 4 used their reasoning and problem solving skills to tackle a tricky maths challenge today, well done everyone!

Year 4 have enjoyed learning all about the Bible today, check out our fabulous facts!

Year 4 had a great start to their 1960's topic - check out our funky tie dye!

 

After our "Britain Through The Ages" fortnight, we will begin our new topic all about Inventors and Industrialists. Please see our knowledge organiser below for more information: