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Year 4

Weekly Spellings

Every Friday we test our weekly spellings and re-issue new ones.

Try learning the spelling of the root word (the word in the brackets) and the prefix separately and then combine them to make learning easier.

These spellings are due for testing on Friday 10th May.












WOW! What an amazing response we have had to this terms 'New Year' themed homework.  All 22 children in Trust completed their homework!

Autumn Term

Spring Term

What an amazing start to the year it has been!  We have been investigating area in Maths using post-it-notes  We have also been looking at how area and perimeter are linked, and how one can stay the same while the other can change.  Mr Laughton has made an extra special effort with our immersion into our new topic, The Tudors, and has made a special appearance as Henry VIII.


February 2019

This term we are starting our new topic of 'European Partners'.  We began immersing the children into this by investing the 7 modern wonders of the world.  After discovering that only one, The Colloseum, is located in Europe, the children used their research skills to identify what they thought could be considered one of the wonders of Europe.  We had some obvious contendors such as the Leaning Tower of Pisa and The Eiffel tower as well as some more obscure landmarks such as the Bayterek tower in Kazakhstan and the Rock Sculpture of Decebalus in Romania!

How many of these do you think you recognise?

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Summer Term

We began the Summer term by looking at the human brain as a part of our new PSHE programme Mind up!  The children found out about 3 different parts of the brain and what their function is.  The children can all tell you what the pre-frontal cortex, hippocampus and amygdala assl do.  The childern have also all been trying a meditaiion technique in the morning and after morning and lunch breaks.

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