Year Four

Welcome to Year Four!

Our Class Teacher is Mr Redmond and our Assistant Teacher is Ms Maart. We are also lucky to have lots of extra support from Mr Myers and Mrs Willis.

Our Patron Saint in Year Four is Saint Andrew. We celebrate his Feast day on November 30th. On this day the Year Four children are allowed to wear their own clothes. RE is our most important subject and is at the core of our curriculum. We do 2 hours of RE every week, a child led liturgy every week and four other sessions of collective worship including Mass or celebration every Thursday. Please look at the RE dates to see the dates of Mass and celebration for the terms.



Our current topic for RE is Pentecost. We will also have some time learning about Hinduism.



This term Year 4 will be doing P.E on a Monday morning and a Friday morning, please ensure the correct kit is provided. Full P.E. kit includes: a white T-shirt, blue/black shorts or tracksuit bottoms and trainers for outdoor use.

The children that are going swimming this term will be going every Friday morning, starting Friday 8th January. The Children that are going swimming this term will need their swimming kit and a towel.



In maths we will continue to develop our understanding of numbers and our skills for calculating. This term we will have particular focus on written methods. We will be practising these methods so we can gain confidence using these methods to enable us to apply them to word problems, including problems which require more than one operation.



We are going to start this term learning about myths and describing a creature from a myth.


Year 4 class topic this term will be Ancient Greece.



Please click below for this terms Homework Sheet:

Cool Time & Rotation

On Tuesday afternoons we have Cool Time (Continuing Our Own Learning) and on Friday afternoons we have Rotation activities which are great fun. Cool Time activities include Maths games and investigations, word games, extending our comprehension skills through reading and drama, learning new craft skills and developing those we already know, science investigations and extending our learning about our class topic. We are able to choose which activities we do and we really enjoy setting ourselves new challenges.