Friday 18th January
The Romans are Coming
This week, Year 4 have been working hard in Maths on rounding and column subtraction.
We have also been learning more on our exciting project the Romans, including taking a look at some Roman mythology stories and creating our own, unique characters in literacy.
A number of rare artefacts have been created by the children and brought into class. We are looking forward to seeing creations from all of Year 4 over the coming weeks.
A Roman Catapult by Zacheus Zigarius
A selection of swords crafted by Antonius Merlinicus
A group of Year 4 pupils took part in a sports event this week at JMA. They had great fun with lots of effort and big smiles. Well done to everyone – you are a credit to St. Annes.
Thank you for supporting the children on their learning at home. Children should be reading for 20 minutes every day and recording their reading activities in the reading logs.
Have a lovely weekend!
Tuesday January 15th
If you’re struggling to find good reading suggestions, click the link below! You’ll find some fabulous examples:
Monday January 14th
Welcome back! I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year – lots of quality time spent with family and friends.
to find our Curriculum Newsletter for this term!
As always, please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.
Wednesday 26 September 2018
Year 4 will be taking part in the Junior Music Festival at the Hexagon theatre. This is part of our music curriculum for Year 4 and the children have already been practising hard on their songs. This year the theme is ‘Rats.’
Please use the links below to help you practise:
All the songs the children need to learn (along with the words) can be found here
The password for the JMF section is JMF2018 (no space).
Welcome to Year 4!
What are you reading at the moment? Here is a list of books that we recommend you to read at home
Recommended Reading List for Year 4
, you may find some of these titles in the school library!
This term our topic is ‘Predators’. If you would like to find out more about this topic and what will be learning across the curriculum, please click here to read the