Welcome to Y4 - Mrs Marr!
HLTA - Mrs Embleton
TA - Mrs Kaur-Landa
Welcome to Y4. During the spring term the children are learning about the Vikings. In science they will be looking at sound and the properties of materials. We will also have our exciting money week where we will be visited by many people who live in the local area to talk to the children about the types of jobs they do.
Homework is set on Fridays and is due in school on Wednesday.
Spellings will be given each week and sent home on Monday.
There is also extra homework options given out each term.
PE sessions will be on Wednesday and Thursday
Watch this space for images of some of the fantastic work we've done this half term
Have you seen the Kids' Zone? Play games and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites.
Last week, some of the children in years three and four were able to take part in 'Able Maths Day' at Balby Central. They had the chance to meet a Robot from Robot Wars and learn about the maths involved in making one of them, including weighing, measuring and finding the area of different parts.
They had a great day and did us all proud!
Last Friday, Year 4 went to learn even more about the Anglo Saxons at Murton Park in York. They visited an Anglo Saxon village where they could make clay lamps, they learned what day to day life would have been like and learned how warriors would have trained. Mrs Phillips was particularly pleased when they were told how money worked and it involved fractions!
Everything was going fine until a Mercian invaded and everyone had to rely on Family 3 to save the day! Thankfully they did and we all made it back to school safely.
Everyone had a great day. Faith even said it was the best trip she’d been on as soon as she had arrived!
Thank you to everyone who was able to come to our 'Learn how we learn roadshow' on Wednesday! It was lovely to see so many people and talk to some of you about the things we are doing in class.
For people who were unable to come (or those who might have lost them!) I have added the maths guides to the website so you can access them from home. You can find them under the 'Parents' heading on the front page and then 'Parents' Guides'. I hope you find them useful and if you have any questions then please don't hesitate to ask.