Welcome to Y4!
Staff: The class teachers this half term are Mr Hartley, Mr Rimmer (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday morning) and Miss Robinson (Thursday and Friday).
PPA: Our PPA is on a Wednesday afternoon. During this time children will be taught by Mrs Little who delivers Computing and Mrs Marshall who will deliver Science.
Helping to assist in our classroom will be Mrs Hill (HLTA) and Miss Hawkins.
P.E: Our PE days are Monday (outdoor) and Thursday (indoor.) Please ensure that PE kits are brought in on Monday and remain in school for the whole week as P.E. days may change depending on the weather.
Although we try to make sure kit goes home with the right child, this is sometimes a struggle and misplaced kit can be located in the Y4 cloakroom.
Home learning menus are available on the website every half term highlighting activities and projects the children can complete based on their current topic.
New spellings will be sent home on a Friday and children will be tested on these the following Friday.
Children can choose from a homework menu and for each task completed they earn a dojo point or even a Green Card! Please do share photographs of your children carrying out the tasks by e-mailing them to email@example.com.
Home Learning Menus
Spring 2: Venimus, Vidimus, Vicimus
This half term, the children will continue learning about the Roman Empire. They will develop their history skills and learn in depth about the reason for the invasions, Roman inventions and how the invasions shaped modern Britain. For art and DT, we will continue to recreate Roman artefacts to be displayed in our museum in Woodhouse Village for parents and members of the public to come and enjoy.
Books to enjoy at home!
Offers an introduction to Roman history. This survival guide for studious centurions is about how to stay alive in the Roman army. It reveals all the gruesome truths of life in the Roman army including what soldiers ate, wore and how they lived.
An engaging introduction to the Romans and their impact on Britain, complete with colour photographs and a glossary.
Go back into the really rotten times of the Romans, where there were beastly battles, deadly doctors and marvellous myths. Discover what Roman soldiers wore under their kilts, how ancient Britons got their hair nice and how Romans told the future with dead chickens. With a bold, accessible new look, these bestselling titles are sure to be a huge hit with yet another generation of Terry Deary fans. Revised by the author to make Horrible Histories more accessible to young readers.
Perilus and his family are in trouble again! His dad has been arrested for stealing money from the Imperial Mint. Can Croakbag the talking raven save the day once more?