Year 4 2018 - 2019

Mrs Boudier

Mrs Williams

Welcome to Year Four

Year 4 is  taught by Mr Boudier and Mrs Williams (Fridays).

Mrs Bradbury works in year 4 in the mornings as a teaching assistant.

 

In Year Four we aim to make learning as interesting as possible and work hard together to become the best that we can be.

Topic:

Ths term we are taking a 'Road Trip around America', looking at the history of the country, finding out more about individual states and also famous people.  As part of this topic, your child will also be given one of the American States to research.  This research will then be presented to their class mates, the presentation can take any form your child wishes.

English and Maths:

During the Spring we will be usiing the text 'Zeraffa Giraffa' as a foundation for our English lessons. We will continue to spend time editing and improving work, and discussing the non-negotiable writing expectations for Y4.

In Maths we will continue to build upon the skills developed during Year 3 to ensure that the children are secure and in the key areas of learning incuding the development  of number facts, place value, the four operations (+ - x ÷).

It is vital that the children continue to learn and practice their multiplication facts so that they are secure with all multiplication tables up to 12x12, this is a Government expectation for Y4 now. Obviously we will visit this in school but support at home in practicing, testing and rehearsing these facts is invaluable.

Homework

Task Given out Due in
English or Maths Tuesday each week The following Monday
Spelling Friday The following Friday
Reading Records Monday The following Monday

 

Reading

Reading is a vital skill for children to continue to develop, in year four much of our time is spent understanding texts and developing these comprehension, inference and deduction skills. Every week the children take part in reading activities (each morning between 9.00 and 9.30). One of these activities is working with a teacher and reading a text as a group, the other activities support reading skills and comprehension. It is vital that the children read widely outside school, ideally children should continue to read to an adult on a regular basis as well as reading independently. Your child has a reading diary in which reading comments should be recorded and the focus of your child’s guided read will also be noted. These reading journals should accompany the child to school each day.

 

P.E

During this term we will have PE on Thursday and Friday

It is important that the children have appropriate clothing in school for PE during these days, especially during the cold weather as when possible we will be going outside.

 

 

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Contact the School

Helsby Hillside Primary School

Bates Lane
Helsby, Frodsham
Cheshire, WA6 9LN

Headteacher: Mr C Richardson
School Contacts: Mrs F MacCready
& Mrs S Tregilgas


Tel: 01928 722991
admin@hillside.cheshire.sch.uk