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Elder - Year 4

                           

 

Miss Moore 

Teacher

 

Mrs Devine 

Teaching Assistant

 

Mrs Corbishley

Teaching Assistant

 

                                                                                                        

                       

 A very warm welcome to Elder,

This year we will undertake the curriculum in a fun and stimulating way, providing opportunities for all children to excel in an inclusive and safe environment. We will look at the world around us and try to make every topic we cover an adventure and a journey.                           

 

Letters

 

Newsletter Summer 2

Newsletter Summer 1

Newsletter Spring 2

Newsletter Spring 1

Swimming

Newsletter Autumn 2

Newsletter Autumn 1

Spellings

 

 Year 3-4 spelling list

 

Homework

 

 Given Out                          Due In

 

12th June                                         26th June   



Class News

Our topic this half term is ‘All around the world’

We are carrying on our topic ‘Around the world’ and will look at the seven continents, how to locate countries and their capital cities and begin to develop an understanding of the features of maps and atlases. We will continue to use maps as well as starting to create a map for our local area.

Indoor PE lessons will be on Fridays, so a full P.E. kit will be required - black shorts, white t-shirt and pumps for indoor along with an outdoor kit.

Swimming takes part every Friday.

It is a fantastic part of the Year 4 curriculum where your child will learn valuable life skills! Children must bring a full swimming kit (Swimming trunks/costume and towel) each week and take them home to be washed ready for the following week. I would recommend that girls wear their hair up (preferably in plaits) as it makes it easier for their hair to dry.

Reading - It is important to read regularly with your child. We recommend three times a week.

Homework Log - Please check your child's homework log which will include any areas of learning that require practice.