Year 4

Welcome to Year 4!

Year 4 is an exciting time for the children, as they are now well immersed into KS2 life. There are lots more opportunities for learning through a wide range of fun and engaging history and geography topics previously unexplored. Topics include; World War 2, London and The Vikings. In addition to this, we also investigate different science themes that the children love, such as Electricity, Sound, Habitats and Animals.
Our creative Art and Design projects often link closely to the topics that we are studying throughout the year and children are encouraged to offer their imaginative ideas to extend their understanding and develop their ability to work as a team.

Overall, perhaps the single most important aspect of this year is children’s increasing independence and confidence in what they can achieve at school. We encourage the children to start to think about their own learning. They need to make decisions on how to present work and also how to learn best. We aim to nurture and encourage the feelings of independent thinking, learning and decision making. We hope that your child will enjoy the year and gain a lot of valuable skills and knowledge that they can take forwards throughout their school life and into the wider community.

Useful links:

Mathletics is an online maths resource that all our children are encouraged to use from Year 1 to Year 6. Mathletics switches kids on to maths. It’s engaging, supportive and targeted to the various National Curricula of the UK.

Mr I Moore

Mr I Moore

Class 9 Teacher

Mr D Western

Mr D Western

Class 10 Teacher

Mrs K Rugg

Mrs K Rugg

Year 4 TA

Mrs F Finlay

Mrs F Finlay

Class 10 Teacher

Mrs L Rule

Mrs L Rule

Year 4 TA

Year 4 Latest News

Brilliant Bubbles in Year 4

Brilliant Bubbles in Year 4

Year 4 enthusiastically participated in our whole school British Science Week project this term. Each class across the school let the children's questions lead their learning and we all ended up exploring bubbles in lots of different ways. In year 4, class 9 wanted to...