Year 4 2018 - 2019

Mr Green

Mr Hardman

Welcome to Year 4

Mr Green teaches 4G, with Mrs Woodward supporting learning in the classoom. 

Mr Hardman teaches 4H, with Mrs Pickavance and Mrs McGill supporting learning in the classroom.

Mrs Webberley is our lunchtime assistant.

Year 4 Homework club: Tuesday lunchtimes


Please note the following changes to the Year 4 timetable as of the beginning of the Summer term (updated 30th April 2018).

Both Year 4 classes will be doing outdoor games on a Thursday afternoon with Mr Smith.

4G have indoor P.E on Friday mornings, and 4H are swimming on a Wednesday afternoon.  Until further notice this will be the P.E rota.


As a trial and in the spirit of being environmentally friendly, Year 4's homework will now be available to view and download online.  This will be replaced and updated weekly on each Thursday.

30. 6. 18: Homework tasks can now be found on a new page of the school website.  Click here to access the page.  Alternatively, you can find the page by hovering over 'Classes' and selecting 'Homework' (see image attached below).

Homework does not need to be printed as a necessity, but the answers can instead be put directly into each child's homework books. Can we please take this opportunity to remind the children about the high standards of presentation expected in all of their work. Many thanks from the Year 4 team. If you have any queries, please contact a member of staff who will be happy to assist you.




Click here to download the Curriculum Overview (The European Tour, Summer 2018).


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13. 7. 18

The children started the week off in great style by enjoying a game of quidditch. The magical morning was great fun. Please enjoy the pictures we have put on the website. Year 4 have completed their final bits of writing for the year, and they have done all of the adults proud with their wonderful work and all of the progress they have made. They will be a real treat to read for their next teachers, and should give a full and fair flavour of just how capable the children are.

In Maths, we have been rounding off our geometry module. Next week will be rounding off the Maths No Problem scheme with some finishing touches and Maths games to celebrate the children’s learning.

As a year group, we celebrated Eid this week to consolidate our understanding of our Islam topic. The children tried a variety of traditional foods related to the celebration and made some decorations to brighten up the classroom.

Our Superstars this week are Leah and Nate (4G), and Lucy (4H). Well done children. You have ended the year as amazingly as you started it.



6. 7. 18

Year 4 have been continuing their hard work this week to squeeze their last drops of learning out of the year. They have continued their geometry learning, having moved through area and perimeter, to looking at different types of angles.

In English, the children have finished their letters of complaint about their imaginary, disastrous holidays. If anyone has one this Summer, which we really hope doesn’t happen, then at least your child can write a well thought out, scathing letter to any disappointing holiday providers. The children are now looking towards planning their final writing compositions of the year about Learning Land; it is an imaginary, adventurous place, where the children will revisit and celebrate their learning from around the Year 4 curriculum.

Our celebration assembly has been postponed until Monday, so although the Year 4 teachers have decided on their Superstars, we don’t want to spoil the surprise for next week. Enjoy the sunshine over the weekend!


29. 6. 18

This week, Year 4 have been working exceptionally hard, despite the intense heat wave that we are experiencing. The children have completed the Measure chapters of their Maths No Problem work, and are moving on to exploring area. The children have done really well with this tricky subject and all of the adults in Year 4 are proud of their progress.

In English, the children have been complaining; not about needing to push themselves, but about imaginary, awful, unacceptable holidays. They have been very creative in why they might write to a travel provider, and grievances have ranged from worms found in spaghetti to broken lavatories. These will be worked on further next week, but they are becoming really effective in relation to their audience and purpose.

At St. Luke’s we always try to find room for fun and all of the Year 4 children relished the inflatable, military assault-course. Despite the heat, they powered through and battled past the obstacles. A great time was had by all.

4H’s Superstar this week is Isabella R. After a period of absence, Mr Green has been unable to select only one Superstar so he has chosen two. They are Jessica D and Jabez S. Well done to all of the children. You have made Mr Green’s return to work an absolute pleasure.


22. 6. 18

It has been a very creative week in Year 4. Arts Week started off with a bang, as we visited Range High School in order to take part in a music workshop based around their musical, Dracula Spectacular! The children played some pitch and rhythm games before learning to sing some of the songs from the musical, with some of our amazing children being asked to take part in the show! We look forward to seeing them soon!

In school, we have been taking part in a number of other artistic activities. The children have made some street art, inspired by a local artist, and their artwork will be on display for all to see, as well as to purchase, next week. We have also started to do some collages of our European countries (With some World Cup influences thrown in for good measure). We have also been lucky to have seen a number of performers this week and we hope that the Drama Group, Saxophone Ensemble and Magic Steve have inspired the creative side of the pupils.

Our fabulous superstars this week have been, Arran (4G), Joe and Gabe (4H)! Well done to all of you and we hope you keep this effort up for the short time we have left.

Have a lovely weekend.

The Year 4 Team.


15. 6. 18

It has been another amazing week in Year 4. The World Cup has begun and the children are following the action with great anticipation. We have used the European teams that have entered the tournament (as well as Italy and The Netherlands) as the basis for some travel brochures. The children have started to work in pairs to research the most famous landmarks, food and celebrities from their country in order to create some persuasive writing. Looking at some of the outstanding writing already wants to make Mr Hardman and Mr Green pack their bags and jet off to Europe!

We also had a lot of fun making one of Italy’s famous dishes: Pizza! The children helped to chop up ingredients and prep the tomato sauce, before creating their own margarita pizza. We look forward to designing our own pizza in the future, using our European countries as inspiration.

In maths, we have moved on to look at capacity and length and the children are certainly taking on board the challenge of reading various scales, converting litres into millilitres and meters into centimetres.

Speaking of rising to the challenge, Esme (4G) and Sophia K (4H) have risen to the challenge this week and have become superstars! Well done to both of you!

Just a reminder that next week is Arts week so be prepared to let your creative side out!

The Year 4 Team. 


8. 6. 18

This week, the children in Year have settled back into school remarkably well. The holidays were obviously a great opportunity to recharge the children’s batteries, as they have embraced this week and our new topic: The European Tour. The children have already started to learn and share their knowledge about the location of many European countries, and what their flags look like.

Measuring mass has been the focus in Maths, and next week we will be moving on to looking at capacity. The children have worked hard to remember known facts and to apply these to solving problems.

Having drafted some wonderful stories before the half-term break, the children have set out to improve on these this week. They have worked towards turning these into miniature books, complete with a colourful and attractive front cover and a story synopsis on the back cover. All the adults working in Year 4 have been very impressed by these and some may even been sent to show-off to Mrs Cowey next week. Well done children.

We have also had whole-school visits from the NSPCC and Active Sefton, who delivered thought-provoking and interesting information for the children. Next week is Healthy Lunch Week, and the children will be bringing home information about this, as well as a sponsored NSPCC event that will be taking place in school soon; There is no obligation to adults at home regarding the NSPCC event, but please donate generously, if at all possible.

Our Superstars this week are Abi (4G) and Thomas. S (4H). You two have been role-models so please keep up your fantastic example.


18. 5. 18

Money has been the topic of focus this week in Year 4, as the children have pushed on from their knowledge about decimal numbers, to also improve their understanding of money. This has been great to see as it is the culmination of lots of prior learning coming together, from all the way back in Autumn when we were learning about Place Value in Maths. The children have shown a keen interest and have moved on to solving problems involving money, so the staff apologise if we have encouraged them to practise outside of school, and so they may possibly ask for extra pocket-money this week.

In English, we are again trying to tie together lots of prior learning. The children are currently composing their own narrative stories. They have discussed ideas, created interesting characters and settings, and they are looking forward to showing off all of their Year 4 writing skills next week, when we add to what we have planned so far.     

Our Superstars this week are Luke B (4G) and Thomas D (4H). Well done boys. You have had fantastic weeks.  



11. 5. 18

Parables from the Bible have been a big focus for us this week, both in English lessons, and our learning in the wider curriculum. The children have read, discussed, analysed, and understood many of the stories that were told directly by Jesus himself. This has led to the children planning and writing their own parables, with messages that they have chosen themselves, as being appropriate and in line with Jesus’ teaching.

We have nearly finished our decimals topic in Maths, and are edging ever closer to learning about money. The children have given themselves a great grounding for this next topic, by understanding decimals so well. Both teachers are very pleased with the children’s progress, and will be moving on to this new topic next week.

As another point of pride, this week, during the start of the SATS assessments, Mr Green and Mr Hardman have been very impressed by the maturity and courtesy of the Year 4 children, when moving around school and the corridors. They are a credit to you and our school.

Speaking of credits to their respective classes, our Superstars this week are Joseph. Y (4G) and Jude. B (4H).

Congratulations children. You are pushing the already high standard of Year 4 up even further.


4. 5. 18

This week, our Thunder and Lightning topic had well and truly landed in Year 4. The children have become miniature electricians by creating a range of circuits, involving both bulbs and buzzers; all Year 4 staff will be investigating heading aids after an hour of constant buzzing. The children understood the process of circuits well, and have been doing a lot of speaking and listening exercises in their English lessons, to feed into giving instructions on this topic.

In Maths, the children have been ordering and comparing decimals, which includes the pulling together of a range of skills from our Place Value topic at the start of the year. By using their own strategies and those of the Maths No Problem system, the children have refined their accuracy and deepened their understanding of decimal numbers.

Our Superstars this week are Lyla (4G) and Liam Kirk (4H). What a fantastic week you two have had. A huge well done from all of Year 4.

As a trial and in the spirit of being environmentally friendly, Year 4's homework will now be available to view and download online, from the bottom of our class page (under 'files to download'). This will be replaced and updated weekly on each Thursday.

Homework does not need to be printed as a necessity, but the answers can instead be put directly into each child's homework books. Can we please take this opportunity to remind the children about the high standards of presentation expected in all of their work. Many thanks from the Year 4 team. If you have any queries, please contact a member of staff who will be happy to assist you.


27. 4. 18

This week, Year 4 have been perfecting their place-value knowledge, by moving on to learning about hundredths in more detail. The children have used what they already know well, when applying core-concepts from prior learning, to the extension of decimal numbers. Both teachers and support staff are pleased with the progress that the children are making, and the depth of conversations that they are having with their peers around this learning, in lessons.

In English, we have had a reading focus in our daily lessons, on top of the day-to-day guided reading sessions. This enhanced focus has enabled the children to improve their explanations, when facing tricky inference questions. These are mature skills and the approach the children have taken, as well as their resilience, has been outstanding.

Our Superstars this week are Michael (4G) and Fraser (4H). Well done to everyone for working so hard on your learning this week, but particularly to our two Superstars.


22. 4. 18

This week, Year 4 have been doing lots of talking – not in a bad or disruptive way – but in order to progress their use of written speech. The children have taken on different roles in conversations (many chose ‘cops and robbers’) and have written the dialogue between these characters. This has given them the opportunity to rehearse the necessary punctuation needed, and they have all done a wonderful job.

In Maths, tricky decimals have been our focus. The children have embraced the use of concrete learning tools, and have started to really get to grips with what ones and tenths have in common, as well as what makes them very different in their values. We will be continuing this focus next week and moving on to more progressive problems, so the children have given themselves a fantastic base to build upon.

Our Superstars this week are Arran (4G) and Elyssa (4H).

We also gave our Excellence in English awards to Sophia (4G) and Gabriel (4H).

Well done to everyone who won an award, and well done to all of the other children for making these into some very difficult decisions to choose a winner. Keep pushing yourselves and next time, it could be you!


13. 4. 18

This week, Year 4 have settled back into school life very well. They have been focused and diligent in continuing their learning, and have been very supportive of one another. We have moved onto the topic of ‘time’ and group work has made this much more accessible for many children, as it is often an area where confidence is spread. Alongside the homework this week, it would be greatly appreciated if you could spend some time with your child, building their confidence when telling the time on a clock face. This doesn’t have to be a single, long session, but can instead be regularly checking the time, and quizzing your child on what time it is. As an extension to this if they are already confident, you could ask what time it will be in 5 minutes, half an hour etc.

The children have composed and performed some wonderful poetry about extreme weather and storms, as part of our Thunder and Lightning topic. They have included lots of imagery and description, which has made them a joy to read. They should be able to show off their poetry skills in this week’s English homework. Our Superstars this week are Harriet (4G) and Emma (4H). Paige has also received her L.E.A.R.N award for never giving up in class and around school. Well done to everyone. You are doing a fantastic job.


23. 3. 18

Wow! What a half-term; can you believe it was only five weeks long? Year 4 have squeezed in so much in such a short amount of time! We’ve learned all about our digestive systems, been to Winmarleigh Hall, read and understood the Easter story in more detail, put on a performance about this in front of a large audience, and lots, lots more. All staff are proud of the children, and particularly how they have conducted themselves in St. Luke’s Church, when overcoming the daunting challenge of performing in front of an audience. They were a credit to St. Luke’s during our residential too, so next term has lots to live up to.

Click here to have a look at our Winmarleigh pictures!

Our L.E.A.R.N Award winner is Max Parsons (4G), for ‘Ask Good Questions.’

We hope that you have a wonderful Easter break with friends and family.


16. 3. 18

After a tiring and exciting time away at Winmarleigh, Year 4 have settled back into school life incredibly well and the children have focused their writing on a Winmarleigh recount. They are using this as a vehicle to show their growing confidence with grammar structures, while celebrating their successes during our stay away.

Adding fractions has been a continued theme this week, and all staff have been impressed by how hard the children are working to grasp this difficult concept. Keep it up children!

The children have also spent some time rehearsing for the Easter Service in St. Luke’s Church next Friday. We would appreciate you joining us to support the children, and by giving them any additional help in rehearsing their roles at home throughout the week so that they are as confident as they can be, before performing in front of a large audience.

Our Superstars this week are Evie Balshaw (4G) and Tom Blundell and Lois Christian (both 4H) – great job children. You are role-models to the rest of the year group.

As an additional note, staff who attended Winmarleigh are working hard to upload photographs as quickly as possible, so if some of your children’s group aren’t up on the website already, then they should be very soon. Have a lovely weekend and week before our Easter break stars everyone.


2. 3. 18

Our final full week before Winmarleigh has been filled with adventurous learning. World Book Day on Thursday was a roaring success, and the children who decided to dress up as their favourite characters all looked fantastic. Year 4 have built on their learning about the teeth - and their wonderful topic homework - by becoming experts on all of human digestion; from top to literal bottom. Please enjoy the pictures of their digestion re-enactments, using Weetabix, nylon tights and other materials used to represent the human body.  Click here to view them!

Our homework this week looks at preparing for some of the challenges of Winmarleigh, and we even had some efforts at folding clothes in class this week. Please enjoy the peace next week, while the staff take care of your children at PGL.

Our Superstars this week are Jasmine Ashworth (4G) and Sophia Pickard (4H). Well done children!​

23. 2. 18

This week, Year 4 have moved onto learning about fractions. After a few days of refreshing their previous learning, the children are getting back into the swing of this tricky subject. We have already looked at hundredths, mixed numbers and equivalent fractions.

Bossy instructions have been given this week… and not by the teachers. Year 4 have been looking at instructions again, and have shown their progress since last doing this during our Ancient Egyptians topic. We have made jam sandwiches with both classes, and have used this practical experience to give instruction on activities that we use our mouths for. This is linked to our new topic - What’s Going on Inside? - Where we have been learning about our different teeth and their functions.

Our Superstars this week are Charlie Jones (4G), Liam Kirk and Sonny Weaver (4H). Our LEARN Award winners are Harriet Tunley for Never Give up (4G) and Seb Wynne for Ask Good Questions (4H). A huge congratulations to everyone.

As a side point, please see above for the alterations for our Year 4 P.E timetable for this half-term. Have a lovely weekend everybody.


9. 2. 18

We have had a wonderful final week of the term in Year 4. Both classes have become analytical experts as we have explored the strengths and weaknesses of different charts and graphs. Bar graph or line graph? You be the judge of which is more suitable, clear, and fit for purpose. The children have vastly improved their skills at both drawing and interpreting these graphs, and Mr Green and Mr Hardman are very impressed with the children’s progress.

Coming to the end of our Hunted topic, the children have completed their own stories with themes and morals. As well as including lots of wonderful writing features, the children have thought very hard about the inferential subtext of their stories, and how they can teach the reader a positive lesson.

Our Superstars this week are George Powell (4G) and Kieron Leong (4H). You children have done a great job and ended the half-term on a real high. Congratulations to you.

As a general message to all children and families at St. Luke’s, the Year 4 staff wishes you a fantastic, restful and enjoyable break. We look forward to seeing you and hearing all about your adventures later this month.


2. 2. 18

Emotions and expression have been the focus of this week, as the children have built on their learning around persuasion, and have written diary entries from the perspective of characters from Fox. Some children wrote as the gullible Magpie, others as the loyal Dog, and finally, some as the treacherous Fox himself. The maturity and expression from the children exemplified their progress this year, as well as the fruits of their many hard labours. Well done everyone.

Data and graphs have anchored Maths this week. Year 4 have been using the Maths No Problem approach to deconstruct, interpret and complete their own bar-graphs. After a long period refining our understanding of Number, the children have embraced looking at statistics and data with a fresh set of eyes.

Our Superstars this week are Luke Irvine (4G), and Lucy Duncan and Harry Pendleton (both 4H).


26. 1. 18

Parents beware! Your children may be more persuasive than usual. This week, Year 4 have been looking at persuasive letters, and their skills have been outstanding. They have improved their reasoning, their manipulation and their overall ability to convince people to give into them – prepare for them asking to stay up extra late this week, using their new tools.

We are completing our learning on division, whilst focusing on problem solving within this area. Next week, we will be moving our focus on to statistics and graphs; both constructing and interpreting them.

Our Superstars this week are George Kempster (4G) and Daisy Blake (4H).

Well done you two on a fantastic week overall!


19. 1. 18

Year 4 have had a wonderful week and all of us are proud of how hard the children are working. We are well into our learning around long division, and we have started to get our teeth stuck into formal written methods. On Thursday, the children also enjoyed a range of problem solving activities with adults from The University of Liverpool.  Please enjoy the attached pictures.  Click here to view.

In English, we have completed the story of Fox, and we now know the fate of the characters. This hasn’t dampened our spirits though, and we have taken control of their destiny by planning and writing our own story extensions; they are as impressive as they are imaginative. Well done everyone on another great week of learning and fun.

Our Superstar this week is Elliot Lannigan (4H). An extra well done to you.


14. 1. 18

Year 4 have been exploring a new text this week in Maragret Wild's Fox. The children have already started to explore the complex characters in this wonderful story, which will form the literacy backbone of our Hunted topic. 

Both classes are coming to the end of this term's focus on multiplication, and we will soon be finalising our understanding of division, by making good use of our new multiplications facts. Mr Green and Mr Hardman are extremely impressed, along with the other adults in school, with how Year 4 have started this term. Keep it up everyone!

Our Superstars this week are Florence Barnes (4G) and Lily Chew (4H). 

Thanks you Superstars for being such a great example to everyone else.


5. 1. 18

In class, we have continued the multiplication and division learning that we started before the break, and we have been impressed with the enthusiasm that the children have shown since coming back to school. To warm up our wrists for the half-term ahead, we have planned and composed recounts of our holidays, which we have shared with our classmates. Happy New Year everyone!


17. 12. 17

During our final full-week in school, the children have been maintaining the busy and hardworking standard that they have set themselves. All of the children in Year 4 have completed a range of assessments and have composed their own Christmas stories. These have been properly planned, and from what we have read so far, they are a credit to the children and the progress they have made. 

There were no Superstars this week but we will be giving out the Excellence in English awards next week. The Year 4 team are looking forward to a really enjoyable, last few days in St. Luke's next week, before a well earned rest, and if we don't see you before, we wish you and all of your friends and family a very merry Christmas.


8. 12. 17

Creativity has been in the air this week as Year 4 have been getting their thinking-caps on. The children are doing really well to build on the improved place-value knowledge from earlier in the year, as they continue to progress in their understanding of further multiplication and division.

In English, the children have been planning a story that will build into part of their end-of-term writing assessment. Their stories will be centred on a Christmas adventure, and from the planning and detail so far, they will be a joy for the Year 4 teachers to read over the Christmas holidays; they will also highlight and celebrate the steps that the children have made in their writing ability.

Things aren’t all paper-based in Year 4 though, as the children got stuck into their Design-Technology task of bringing their planned Egyptian designs to life. These also look fantastic and will be put on magnificent display for all to see, once they have been finished.

The week finished in wonderful fashion, with a pretend snowball fight with our Reception Buddies, as we helped them to improve their throwing and catching.

Our Superstars this week are Grace McClelland (4G) and Myles Davies (4H). Well done to you two; keep it up!


1. 12. 17

This week has been filled with lots of fun and adventure in Year 4.

The children and staff, along with some very kind parent-helpers, travelled to The World Museum in Liverpool in order to experience the Ancient Egypt exhibit. The children were fantastic all day and Mrs Cowey has been pleased to receive multiple specific messages from the public about what a credit the children are to our school and community.  Everyone enjoyed seeing real-life mummies and artefacts that are thousands of years old.  Click here to view some pictures from our trip!

Within class, the children have composed their non-chronological reports about an Egyptian animal and are coming to the end of their first focus on multiplication and division in Year 4. The whole of Year 4 have been such a pleasure and source of pride all week, that Mr Green and Mr Hardman couldn’t decide on one Superstar, but instead opted to have the entire year-group as our Superstar for this week. Well done everyone on a really outstanding week of fun and learning.


24. 11. 17

Persuasion has been the focus this week for Year 4 and the children have really improved their ability to convince and manipulate so be warned adults at home. Firstly, the children focused on verbally debating the ethics of opening Tutankhamun's tomb, before going on to write some fantastic letters about which side they were on.


All of Year 4 are developing their ability with division and are continuing to use their known number and multiplication facts wisely. There is no Maths homework this week as we are hoping you can all focus on our annual Christmas cracker homework, but spellings have been sent home to learn as usual.


This week's Superstars are Maisie Rydill (4G), Holly Foster and Joe Hughes (both 4H). Well done to you three. You have all had a fantastic week. 


17. 11. 17

Extra, extra! Read all about it!!

Newspapers have been on the agenda this week and Year 4 have done some fantastic reporting on the discovery of King Tut. The children have written some wonderful descriptions and have included lots of insightful quotes.

Dividing has been our focus within Maths, and the children are putting to good use their multiplication facts that they have refined recently.

Children in Need was a huge success as a whole-school initiative, and Year 4 were even lucky enough to have some winners among the prizes. 

As with this event every year, a huge thank-you must go to Year 4's own Mrs Woodward for orchestrating the entire event and for this reason, she is this week's Superstar in Year 4.

10. 11. 17

This week has been filled with intrigue as Year 4 have dug deeper into the history of Ancient Egypt (do you see what we did there?). The children have looked at the discovery of Tutankhamun and have given their opinion and descriptions of his burial tomb. They have composed diary entries from the perspective of Howard Carter and will continue to look at 'King Tut' as the topic progresses.

We have moved on from addition and subtraction in Maths, and the children have started to look at multiplication. The Maths homework this week reflects this, as it involves further rehearsal of times-tables. Please continue to encourage and help your children learn these as the year goes on - they really are invaluable!

Our Superstars this week are Esme Stockell (4G) and Seb Wynne (4H).

Great job you two - keep it up!


3. 11. 17

Year 4 have had a wonderful first week back at St. Luke's. The children have really enjoyed starting their Ancient Egyptians topic, and particularly relished the opportunity to mummify some of their own teddies and dolls from home at the start of the week. This led to some amazing and clear written instructions being composed by the year group later on in the week. We have all completed our Addition and Subtraction module on Friday, and are looking forward to Multiplication and Division over the next few weeks.

It's been great to be back and see the children; all of the Year 4 staff are proud of how hard they are working and how enthusiastically they have started this half term.

Our Superstars are Andrew Churchill (4G) and Daniel Mortimer (4H).

What an impressive first week you two - keep it up! 

Have a look at some photographs here!


19. 10. 17

The Year 4's have done some fantastic writing this week and have shone in a small assessment on Place Value. Well done for a fantastic first half-term everyone and enjoy a well earned week off. 


13. 10. 17

It has been another fantastic week in Year 4. We have started to look at punctuating direct speech, and the children have been very eager to write down the conversations that they have shared with their partners. We have also started to plan a story, which will sum up our learning during the first half-term, and the children can’t wait to get started writing them.

In Maths, we have continued to look at subtraction and we have been looking more at renaming numbers when we do not have enough in the column to do a straight take-away. The children will be able to demonstrate this to you as part of their homework.

We have also looked at the features of mountains this week; with the children creating some lovely illustrations and labelling them with all of the key features (feel free to quiz them about it anytime!).

Big congratulations go to this week’s superstars, who are Alfie Dowd (4G) and Thomas Swain (4H). Great work you two: keep it up!  


6. 10. 17

Year 4 started the week in great spirits as we attended the excellent Harvest Festival that Year 3 set up at St. Luke’s Church. Everyone had a wonderful time, Year 3 were outstanding and Year 4 were able to escort their Reception Buddies on our first walk as a team.

In class, both 4G and 4H have worked through addition and are starting to look at subtraction. This week’s Maths homework focuses on bridging the gap between these, so if your child is finding it tricky, please reassure them and they’re welcome to attend Tuesday’s homework club for additional guidance. River poems have been the order of business in English and Mr Green and Mr Hardman have been very impressed with the children’s compositions.

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