Year 4 Weekly Updates

This week in our spelling lessons, we are focussing on adding the suffixes ‘ed’, ‘ing’ ‘es’ and ‘s’ and seeing what happens to the root verb when we add these. Please help your child to learn the spellings attached for our spelling test next Monday. The children need to be able to use these words […]

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Year 4 Weekly Updates

We are eagerly anticipating the trip to Tolmers this week. It looks set to be a really incredible experience. For spellings this week we are looking at the sound /aw/ spelled with either augh or au. caught naughty taught daughter autumn clause cause astronaut applaud author Please practise using appropriate strategies and discuss the meaning […]

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Year 4 Weekly Update

We are really hitting our stride now in Y4 and learning is picking up the pace. Literacy – The children have been learning to retell the Historical narrative of Boudicca’s rebellion against the Romans and will be using time adverbials to make their writing flow and give greater detail. Maths – Continuing with place value […]

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Year 4 Weekly Update

It has been a wonderful start to the year. We are pleased to see the children come into school bright and enthusiastic and settling in so quickly. Thank you once again to our parent volunteers for helping on our trip to Verulamium Museum last week and for swimming this Monday. The trip was a brilliant […]

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Year 4 – Trip to the Verulamium Museum

On Thursday Year 4 went on their first school trip of the year to Verulamium Museum in St Albans. As one of the most well excavated Roman towns in Britain, this trip launched Year 4’s Romans topic with a look at the real world legacy of Rome in Britain. We participated in a workshop where […]

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E-Safety: Education for a Connected World

On Tuesday morning this week, we were thrilled to host so many parents at our first E-Safety meeting this year. We began by discussing headline issues that had emerged from a recent nationwide survey of children’s online lives and use of technology, conducted by the London Grid for Learning (LGFL) – ‘Hopes and Streams’ (attached […]

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Handwriting Pens

We have found over the past couple of years that the cost of purchasing handwriting pens for KS2 children has really escalated. It has also been noted that many children actually prefer bringing in their own pens. Therefore we would really appreciate it, if you are able to, if your child would bring in his/her […]

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