Year 4 (Class 9 and 10)

Class 9 and Class 10’s Page! 

  Mrs Ferguson, Ms Hester, Miss Haigh and Ms Trayer.

On this page you will find up to date information about current topics, information about our learning and key dates for your diary.Image result for spring term images

Welcome back! We hope you are all refreshed and ready to learn!  

If you have any concerns, questions or would simply like to talk to us, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Mission Statement

At St Michael and All Angels School we are a Christian Community where everybody is  valued and recognised  for their unique contribution. We provide a child-centred education in a positive learning environment in which all children may reach their full potential. The Gospel values of love and respect are at the heart of our partnership with parents and carers, Governors, the parish and wider community.

 

How we live out the Mission Statement in Year 4

Everyone is valued and recognised

We know we are all difference, but we celebrate this.

We listen to each other and show respect.

 

Positive learning environment

We know we can get help from our working walls and our teachers and support staff.

We listen and follow the rules.

Create a purposeful and calming working environment for everyone to learn.

 

Reach our full potential

Try our best in every lesson.

We enjoy being challenged in our work.

Complete all tasks on time, including homework.

We practise our basic skills every day.

 

Love and respect

We make sure everyone has a friend.

We like to welcome new visitors.

We respect everyone in  our school.

We are kind to each other and look after each other.

 

Here are the range of topics we will be learning:

LITERACY

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We will be reading and studying Oliver and the Seawigs by Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre and this term, our writing will be focusing on

  • planning and drafting our writing, focusing on character, setting and plot.
  • Using onomatopoeia
  • Using apostrophes for contractions and for possession, as well as for plural.
  • different forms of writing – narrative, letter writing and leaflets.

READING

  • Oliver and the Seawigs  – drawing inferences about characters’ feelings, thoughts, emotions and actions.
  • Discussing words and phrases which capture readers’ interest and imagination.

MATHS

  • Fractions and decimals problem solving
  • Equivalent fractions and decimals
  • Comparing fractions and decimals

COME AND SEE

  • Community
  • Giving and Receiving
  • Self Discipline

SCIENCE

  • Sound – identifying differences, similarities or changes related to simple scientific ideas and processes.

TOPIC

The Shang Dynasty and China 

  • Who where they?
  • Early civilisation
  • Historical empire

ART

We will be studying Paul Klee and textiles and making a weaving.

P.E.

P.E. takes place on Monday and Thursday afternoons and our focus this term will be dance. Class 9

Swimming  Monday afternoon and P.E Thursday afternoon Class 10.

P.E KIT

Please make sure children have the correct P.E kits– NO TRAINERS– children need to wear pumps. 

COMPUTING

  • Internet Safety
  • We Got the Power

FRENCH

  • My home
  • My town

Attendance

It is important that your child attends school regularly.

Homework

Homework will be given out on FRIDAY and should be returned by WEDNESDAY to celebrate our good work!

General

Snack: your child has the opportunity to buy a healthy snack during morning break– fruit, water, cheese. Alternatively, they can bring a healthy snack in with them.

Trips: We will inform you in advance if we are going on a trip.

Class Dojo                

Our class reward system is Class Dojos. Children can earn them for having a positive attitude towards their work, effort, a high standard of work, teamwork, caring for others, challenging themselves and many more. Children will be rewarded with prizes. However, class dojos can also be lost for unacceptable behaviour, lack of  homework etc.