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St Botolph’s Church of England Primary School

Celebrating Faith,
Learning and Success

St Botolph's Church of England Primary School


Year 4

Welcome to Year 4 

Mr Smith, Mrs Dow, Mrs Turpin. Mrs Cayley, Mrs O'Sullivan, Mrs Robson

The Year 4 Team 

Welcome to the Year 4 section of the school website.
During the Spring term  the children will continue to develop their Mathematical knowledge through our Mathematics Mastery teaching.  Our topic of "Anglo-Saxons and Vikings" will be led by the reading of Beowulf and How to Train Your Dragon. 

For more information on regarding this terms' topic and the areas we will be covering in English and Maths please click here (or click on the curriculum button to the left of this page). 

P.E

Children will have a weekly session led by Vivacity each Wednesday and will take part in Country Dancing every FridayAll children need appropriate indoor and outdoor PE kits in school. For health and safety purposes children must remove earrings and tie their hair back if it's longer than their shoulders.

All children need the following P.E kit:

Indoor: Light blue t-shirt, (available from school), navy blue shorts, white socks and indoor trainers. 

Outdoor: In addition to their indoor kit they need a navy sweat shirt (without a hood and different from their school sweatshirt as it may get wet or dirty), navy tracksuit bottoms (no logos please) and outdoor trainers/football boots for when we are on the grass. 

(These days are subject to change due to other events happening in school)

Homework

Homework will be sent out on a Thursday and is due back in on the following Tuesday for checking.

Spellings and Mental Maths

Children will be developing their knowledge of spelling patterns during daily Spelling Lessons. Maths Meetings have been designed to develop the children's knowledge of both times table facts and other mathematical skills. We will complete a spelling test each Thursday which will be sent home with the children so that parents clearly know the areas that require support.

Reading

As in previous years your child is expected to read everyday at home. This reading should be recorded in your child’s reading record book which will be checked by a member of the Year 4 team each week. Children that been unable to read at home will be encouraged to read during break times.

Children will be given the opportunity to change their reading books during the school day. 

Dates for your diaries

Dates Coming Soon!

Please check the main school calendar (on the homepage) as more dates may be added.