Welcome to Year 4.
Your teacher is Miss Burgoyne.
Your TA is Mrs Smith.
We are looking forward to an exciting year packed with lots of new learning and fun activities. On this page you will find updates about our learning each term, homework and spelling tasks and links to important websites.
If you have any queries or questions feel free to email at email@example.com and one of will respond to you as soon as we can.
Miss Burgoyne and Mrs Smith.
Welcome to Class 4
Your teachers are Mrs O'Neill and Mrs Askwith, and your TA is Mrs Sprigg.
Welcome to this rather strange remote new term! We hope you all enjoyed your Easter holiday and had a rest from school work and enjoyed the lovely weather!
As you are very well aware, life at the moment is far from usual and due to that we can’t start our new ‘Tudors’ topic as we usually would. You will see below a Knowledge Organiser for you to familiarise yourselves with and you will begin to find out who the Tudors were and how they lived their lives.
Our Science topic this term is 'Living Things and their Habitat'. We will be finding about how plants and animals are classified; how they live in their different habitats; what different habitats are like; how to identify plants and animals by using branching keys; and much more.
Having some structure and routine to your days and week is important so, as we begin the summer term, we will offer some more structure to your home learning tasks. Each week, a selection of tasks will be put on the home learning section of this page. Included will be Spellings, Maths, Writing, Topic and Science. These tasks are to be completed by you, with the help of a grown up if that is possible, on your own if not. You and your family decide how and when you complete them.
Do what you can, and please remember if there is something that you just can't do leave it and just choose another task. You can of course contact us and we will do what we can to help you.
We love hearing from you and seeing pictures of what you’re getting up to so please keep sending them in. Take care of each other and keep in touch.
Lots of love, Mrs O’Neill and Mrs Askwith xxx