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Class 4

Welcome to Year 4!


In Year 4 you will find Mrs Watson, Mr Fielder, Mrs Lynch and Miss Miller.


Welcome back after the half term break. Hope you managed to get out and about as the weather was so good!


We keep adding photos at the bottom of this page, so keep checking!

The doors open at 8:35 ...

Please do come straight into the classroom if you would like to talk about anything.

The register is taken and work begins at 8:45am.

You are always welcome to come in any day after school (Mr Fielder on Friday afternoons).

heart We love reading!

This half term we are reading 'Bill's New Frock' by Anne Fine! A brilliantly amusing book in which we will explore people's attitudes to boys and girls.

This half term we are reading 'Bill's New Frock' by Anne Fine! A brilliantly amusing book in which we will explore people's attitudes to boys and girls. 1

We would love to have some more volunteers to hear readers until 9:00am. Please pop in and let us know if you are available.

Please encourage your child to read daily and read to your child as often as you can. We will continue to build on the independence your child gained in Year 3. Books can be changed as soon as they are finished. These are located in the corridor by the playground door. Please record which books have been read in your child's reading log book. If you wish to comment, please do, but may we ask that your child shows this to us if you would like a reply.


Thank you to all those who entered the St Denys Class Reading Slogan competition.

Well done to Ava, whose entry won the popular vote in our class: "If your brain needs feeding, do some reading!"


PE is on Thursday mornings and Friday afternoons - however, it is advisable to keep appropriate kit in school all week, as this can sometimes change. Please ensure that every piece is named. This will help us to return lost and found items to their owners more easily.


This half term the children will begin to take a closer look at where the countries of the world are located, and some of the ways geographers describe locations. They will learn to locate and describe places using longitude and latitude, and find out about some of the important lines that delineate specific areas of the Earth - the Equator, the Hemispheres, the Poles and the Tropics


Please see the half termly curriculum bulletin (below) for more detailed information about all of our curriculum for this half term.

Home learning booklets will be sent out on Wednesday 31st October and a copy can be found here on our class page. Children should choose one task per week and may bring this to school once finished. We will be aiming for quality, rather than quantity and will be looking for examples of good effort in presentation. The percentage of home learning returned from each class is announced in assembly on a Friday morning - help us to win each week!

For those children who find it difficult to complete home learning in the evenings, I am happy to provide a space to do this in class on Wednesday lunchtimes.

Times Tables

We will practise our times tables with Times Table Rockstars. This half term the main focus will be on quick recall of the 3x and 4x tables. 

You can check with your child every Friday to find out their Rock Status for the week.

The children have been given log on details for TTRockstars and can practise at home.

Looking After Our Teeth!

We learned about the different types of teeth and their functions and made models to show these.


We had great fun showing any plaque with disclosing tablets. Some of us used the tablets after lunch, as you can see!

Then we investigated the best way to clean our teeth, making sure that all the plaque was removed. Look how sparkly clean they are after brushing!

Picture 1 Before
Picture 2 After

Egyptian Day and Exhibitian at Highclere Castle October 2018

We were able to look at artefacts that were 3,500 years old and enjoyed using hieroglyphics and dressing up in the education room!

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