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John Clifford Primary & Nursery School ‘Be your best. Celebrate success. Together we will be successful.’

Year 4

Welcome to Year Four

 

   

          

Mrs Argent - Heather Class 

Mrs Pounder - Heather Class

Mr Standen - Clover Class

Mr Barber - Year 4 Teaching Assistant

 

Welcome to our Year Four information page. Over the year, we will update this page with important information, examples of work and learning that you can do at home to support your child's progress. 

 

This week in Year 4

 

In English: We have been writing our own instructions; how to make Native American arrows. Key features include imperative (bossy) verbs, adverbs, time adverbials and prepositions

 

In Maths: We have started working on addition and subtraction skills, including exchanging.

 

Black History Month: We had the privilege of completing some workshops with some special visitors this week. Be sure to ask about them. We'll have some more updates soon!

 

Other news:  This week is the final week of half term. It's been a wonderful 6-7 weeks. The children have been sensational ⭐

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 4 Timetable

PE and Outdoor Learning

For this half term, Heather and Clover will both be having Outdoor Learning with Mrs Mitchell on alternating Wednesdays. This will not start until the second week of term (8th August)  

 

PE sessions will be on a Monday and Wednesday when not doing Outdoor Learning. so please come dressed in PE kit on these days too.

 

You will need to come dressed prepared for this on the relevant weeks – we will be going out in all weathers, so please ensure sensible layers are worn, and bring wellies and waterproof coats if neededWellies can stay in school for the term as before.

 

        

This week in Year 4:

 

We will update this section of the website throughout the year!

 

The Big Ask

Follow this link to take part in 'The Big Ask' national survey for children. 

 

Children have their say... 'The Big Ask'. | John Clifford School

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