Welcome to Year 4's Webpage
Teacher: Mrs Bhela
TA: Miss Walters
Teacher: Miss Onuoha
TA: Mrs Riley
Teacher: Mr Chowdhury
TA: Ms Nunns
Teacher: Miss Strother
TA: Ms Midmore / Mrs Green
See what we are learning about this term by reading our termly newsletter.
Swimming: Swimming continues on Mondays for 4PB and 4CO and Tuesdays for 4GS and 4HC.
Indoor PE: This half term we will be focusing on dance and next half term our focus will be on gymnastics. 4GS will have PE on Monday, 4HC will have PE on Wednesdays, $CO will have PE on Thursdays and $P will have PE on Fridays.
Your child needs to wear a white round neck t-shirt, navy blue tracksuit bottoms and trainers. PE kits should be left in school to ensure your child is always prepared for lessons. Please could girls with long hair tie it up on P.E. days.
5th May 2017 — Ladders home
15th May 2017 — School Journey meeting
16th May 2017 — Class photos
9th June 2017 — 4PB & 4CO Assembly
16th June 2017 — 4HC & 4GS Assembly
23rd June 2017 — Curriculum Week
24th June 2017 — EBSA Summer Fair
30th June 2017 — KS2 Sports Day
3rd July 2017 — Reports home
4th July 2017 — Open Morning
6th July 2017 — Parents Evening
12th July 2017 — 4GS & 4CO Drumming Performance
13th July 2017 — Recorders and Flutes Performance
21st July 2017 — Last Day of Term
Thank you for your support with the children’s home learning so far, it really makes a difference!
There are lots of different ways you could support your child in their learning at home. Here are just a few ways;
Reading: please continue to support your child to read daily and discuss the books being read. Please also keep a record of their reading their reading journal. The reading journals are checked weekly. Children should complete 1 journal activity each week, this will be collected in for marking on their allocated day.
Maths: maths homework will be set on a weekly basis via Mathletics.Children can log onto Mathletics via the following link:
Please also take every opportunity to help your child learn their times tables as this will greatly improve their maths skills. This includes knowing them out of order and related facts, eg. If 3x4=12, then 30 x 4 = 120 and 120 ÷ 4 =30.
Encourage you child to have a go at the Maths challenge that is published in the Eliot Bank weekly and here.
Spelling: A spelling sheet will be given out each week. This term we want to really improve our spelling, so as well as the weekly spelling homework, we will be giving children some more words to learn. Ask your child about some of the fun ways we learn spelling in school and try these at home.
Please click here to access some Take Away Tasks for your child to work on at home. The activities are all related to this term's topic. Children can bring them back in to school to share with their teacher and their class mates!
View and print letters that have been sent home to parents / carers by visiting our letters home page.