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St Chad's Church of England Primary and Nursery School

Welcome to our Year 4 class page!

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Year 4 Curriculum long term plan

Our teacher is Miss Adams and our brilliant teaching assistants are Mrs Appleton and Mrs Ellis. 

Year 4 will start at 8:50am and finish at 3:10pm

This year, homework activities will be uploaded to Seesaw on a Friday to be completed the following Friday. Children will be given alternating pieces of Maths and English each week, and a set of spellings to learn ready to be tested on a Friday. Your child's login details for Seesaw will be included in their reading diaries, and if you have any trouble accessing this please do not hesitate to contact me. 

Remember, you should also be aiming to read everyday so that children can reach the GOLD star on our star reader chart.  Additionally, don't forget to log into Timestable rockstars, and Spelling Shed using the links below. The logins for these apps will be included in your child's reading diary. 

During the Summer Term, PE will take place on Mondays outside and Thursdays outside. Children will be required to come dressed in their PE kits on these days. As the weather can be unpredictable, please ensure that your child's kit is weather appropriate (A warm black or navy hoodie, a black or navy pair of jogging bottoms, a plain white polo t-shirt and black pumps or trainers). 

Please make sure your child has a named water bottle in school each day and that all clothing is clearly labelled. 

Save the Rainforest!

Who is the rainforest for?

As part of our learning this term, we will be focussing on the rainforest and the key role it plays in our world.   

For further information, take a look at our Summer Topic Web.

Curriculum Information

In our English Lessons, we will be developing our Year 4 mastery skills using the texts Where the forest meets the sea by Jeannie Baker and Blue John by Berlie Doherty.

In maths, we will be developing key skills in the areas of fractions, decimals, shape, time and statistics.

In our guided reading lessons, we will be using Literacy Counts 'Steps to Read' which will be taught for half an hour every day.  

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