Here is the ‘Meet the Teacher’ information for Year 4: Welcome-to-Year-4-September-2021
Here is information for the Year 4 Times Table Check Year 4 Multiplication Check Meeting Monday 8th November 2021
Please see the following for the end of year expectations for Year 4:Maths Year 4 Targets
Useful Websites for Home Learning
For the first half term in Year 4 the children will be looking at the Ancient Roman civilisation as part of their topic ‘I am Warrior’. The children write biographies on famous Roman figures whilst researching the growth of the Roman Empire from its beginning to its fall. As part of their music lessons, the whole class will be learning to play the ukulele. Within their computing lessons Year 4 will be learning the importance of staying safe online. Click the link below to see the overview of the topic and see all areas of the curriculum covered.
This half term the children looked at the United States of America in their topic ‘Highway USA’. In literacy they studied the book ‘The Indian in the Cupboard’ and focused on letter writing. Click the link below to see all areas of the curriculum covered.Autumn Term 2 Planning Year 4 Map- Highway USA
For the first topic of the Spring Term, Year 4 are learning all about the events around The Battle of Hastings and the invasion of William the Conqueror. See the curriculum map below for details on the whole curriculum for this half term. The children will also look at the way in whoch the Norman invasion affected those living in England.Year 4 1066 Spring 1 Map
For the second part of the Spring term Year 4 are becoming mountaineers with the topic ‘ Mist y mountains’. The class will be looking all over the UK and the world to see the different mountain ranges and comparing the conditions of them. For computing the children will be continuing their coding skills using the Scratch Programme whilst in Science they will be thinking about the Water Cycle and the different states of water. Click on the link for the full curriculum map for the topic.
Year 4 begin the Summer term looking at ‘Traders and Raiders’. Big and strong, powerful and brave, the Saxons wave their battle axes and brandish their swords as they begin to invade Britain’s shores. Sail back to the Dark Ages, where battles were rife and fear reigned. Find out about the lives of the Saxons, including how they lived and where they came from. Meet the bloodthirsty Vikings from Scandinavia – never before had such terror swept the land. Make a Saxon sword or a Viking brooch and decorate it with intricate patterns. Choose to be a Saxon or Viking and trade your crafty goods, but let’s keep it cool. We don’t want a fight breaking out. Are you ready to shine a light on the dangerous and deadly Dark Ages?