Miss Green and Mrs Morrison
Do you want to know what we are doing in Year 4?
Here is a typical timetable of our week.
Year Four Timetable
Things to Remember
Spellings will be given out on Friday to be tested the following Friday.
Reading books will be changed Tuesday and Friday.
Homework is distributed on Friday to be returned on the following Monday
Each half term children will be asked to complete a project about a class topic. Children will be asked to choose an activity from a list and will be given approximately three weeks to complete and return their work.
P.E. will be on Wednesday.
Below is a Long Term Overview of our topics this year.
On the 29th September The Wild Roadshow came to visit us and brought in some rainforest animals. Abby told us lots of facts about each animal and we were all given the opportunity to hold and pet them! As an extra treat she brought in a bearded dragon for us to see. It was fantastic!!
On 7th November Bikeability came into school to teach us how to ride our bikes more safely. We had lots of fun riding our bikes around the school playground! We even made some posters and leaflets about what we had learnt!
We were very lucky to have a visit from Greater Manchester Police's Actions have consequences day. We took part in lots of different activities to help us to understand what happens when people don't make the right choices. We had lots of fun whilst also learning lots! Here are some of the things we did:
On Friday we took part in our Mince Pie and Merriment morning. We really enjoyed wearing our Christmas jumpers and singing for all of our parents and Carers!
On Monday we had the opportunity to taste lots of different French food with Mrs Rollins. We had lots of fun and tried lots of new things.
This week we planned our own class worship. We all sat in a circle and reflected on our topic which was Community. We sang songs about what it means to belong in a community and read St Paul's letter to the Romans. We talked to our partner and shared the things that make our class community such a wonderful place to be! What a lovely way to end our week!
Fancy reading some free books online? Click here to have a look at the books on the Oxford Reading Tree website!