4EB and 4CL
Welcome to Year 4
Welcome to 4EB and 4CL’s blog. Here you will be able to read about and see all the exciting things that the classes have been up to over the year. We hope you enjoy looking through all the children’s hard work and can see how much fun they are having.
Meet the Teachers
Our Year 4 team, Mr Lewis (Teacher), Miss Byrne (Teacher) Mrs Rowan (Teaching Assistant). Any of our year 4 team will be happy to talk to you about your child’s needs and interests.
Year 4 have PE with our Coach Brian. PE is a compulsory subject and children are expected to bring in the correct kit. Year 4 PE day is a Thursday morning, please ensure that your child’s name is on ALL items of clothing. These lessons help to develop physical skills, team work and co-operation.
Homework and Spellings
Homework is given out every Friday and is to be returned completed by the following Wednesday. Homework will include activities from that weeks lessons to consolidate and secure that weeks learning. Timestable Rockstars is to be completed regularly as part of your child’s homework in preparation for their tables check.
Spellings are given out every Monday and are tested on the Friday. Please ensure to go through your child’s spellings for the week.
Reading is a fundamental aspect of their learning. Please make sure that your child brings their book bag to school every day along with their home reader and reading record. Please read with your child at least 3 times a week and make sure that you comment and sign their reading record. This allows teachers to see how much your child is reading and can judge better when to move up to the next level home reader.
If your child is being picked up by another person that is not on our contact list you need to ring and tell the school so that we are aware of who is picking up your child.
Our work and Trips
This is our Year 4 Curriculum Long term plan of what we will be looking at in all of our subjects over the year.
On the 27th & 28th February 2019, We visited the largest Cathedral in Britain, the Liverpool Cathedral. Colloquially, known as the Anglican Cathedral and as you can see they made themselves at home by sitting in the Bishops chair.
On the 14th November we gave a very educational assembly telling our parents and school friends all about the Romans and what they had given to us. They were deciding whether Wellesbourne would be better run under Roman rule. Learning that Romans gave us the alphabet, numbers, roads and the way they ran their armies it was ruled that Wellesbourne
Miss Byrne is our Phase 3 Leader. We currently follow the new National Curriculum which became statutory in September 2014.For further information, please contact the school.