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Year 4 teaching and learning team

Welcome to Year 4


Wow! How has a whole term with Year 4 already passed! We have had such fun and we have explored so many wonderful learning opportunities. The arrangements for Year 4 will remain the same in the new year.  Mrs Reeder will be teaching you on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and Mrs Ginger will be teaching you on Thursday and Friday. Your classroom learning assistants this year are Miss DaSilva and Miss Summerfield. 


Please note that PE will be every Tuesday afternoon. Make sure you have the appropriate kit with you (white t-shirt, shorts or joggers and pumps). We will be completing a unit on Hockey within the new year! Make sure you also have a warm jacket to wear.  The children within Year 4 will be completing utdoor learning again, but this willl not be until after the half term break in February 2022. Watch this space for upcoming information about this. It is essential that every child has the appropriate clothing: waterproof outer layers and comfortable footwear for this (weather dependent).


As a school, we are focusing our learning around geography this term. Year 4 will be developing their geographical skills to assist  them in becoming confident geographers by being involved in a number of connected curriculum opportunities. This will range from learning about local geography (River Severn); to writing a narrative based on the journey of a river; perspective and drawing in art to developing knowledge of the wider world and countries within Europe.  


Please let us know if you have any questions about Year 4, we are always more than happy to help in any way we can.  We can’t wait to see what the spring term brings! smiley



Our Year 4 learning environment

Roman Museum

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Take a virtual tour of our recent Roman museum! The children worked tirelessly to create persuasive writing pieces; Roman armour with detailed explanations; mosaics and much more! I think you will agree that they did a a wonderful job!