Welcome to the Year 4 page. There are 2 classes: 4CC taught by Mrs Carrington and supported by Mrs Pye, and 4DM taught by Ms McGee and supported by Mrs Nutall. Both classes will work closely together throughout the year on a range of wonderful topics. We are all excited to be part of the Year 4 team and are looking forward to an exciting year with the children.
Spellings are set weekly and include a bronze, silver and gold challenge. They will be given out on Monday and tested the following Monday.
There will also be a weekly challenge linked to a key area of the curriculum, this will be given out on a Friday and should be returned by the next Wednesday.
Reading - the children should be reading every night. If your child reads with you, please record it in their school diary. They should also bring their reading book and diary into school every day so they can read with an adult in class.
Time Tables - the children should also be accessing Times Table Rockstars to continue developing and refining their times table skills.
P.E is on a Tuesday, all children should come to school dressed in their St. Theresa’s PE kit.
Throughout the Spring Term, 4CC will be going Swimming on a Tuesday afternoon. In addition to their PE kit, they will also need a 1 piece swimming costume or trunks and a towel.
Spring Term Curriculum Overview
Summer Term Curriculum Overview
Attached below are the Knowledge Organisers for Science, History and Geography. The organisers are a tool for the children to use throughout the topic to support their learning.
Maths - Multiplication Check 2022
Please click the link below to find out more about the multiplication check for Year 4 Summer 2022. As well as strategies to support your child in learning their times tables.
The following links will take you to educational websites to support the quick recall of multiplication facts.
4DM Class Liturgy - Friday 8th April 2022
Today we had a class liturgy to celebrate the friendships we have in class and to celebrate the many happy memories the children share of Elsa.
In preparation for the liturgy the children learnt a liturgical dance to the song ‘Testify to love.’ The children were fabulous: they were respectful, active participants and danced and sang beautifully.
Below is a video of the children performing their liturgical dance.
Roman Day - March 2022
The children received a visit from a Roman Centurion who gave them a detailed insight into the life of a Roman soldier, he also put them through their paces in Day 1 of their training.
The children also had the opportunity to learn how to play a Roman game and to make their own clay oil lamp. They also had time to examine replica artefacts: looking at the materials used, design and purpose of each item.
The xylospongium (sponge on a stick) caused quite a stir when the children realised what it was used for!
What a fantastic start to the week! We thoroughly enjoyed our Chemistry based workshop, with Professor Harry from Sublime Science. He taught us all about polymers and how to bond them together with a starch solution, resulting in slime!
We had great fun to see whose slime could stretch the most.
World Book Day - March 2022
Roman Projects - February 2022
The children across Year 4 had a fabulous time showcasing their individual Roman projects to the class. We had a wide range of projects, which included: art work, sewing skills, baking, herb growing, mosaics, models and erupting volcanoes!
We were amazed at the knowledge they shared with one another and the questions they asked. Their enthusiasm shone through.
Ice Skating December 2021
We were lucky to secure tickets at Millenium Square to receive an ice-skating lesson. During the session we learnt how to successfully get up off the ice, how to move and how to stop.
The children showed a lot of grid and determination to keep going regardless of the number of tumbles they took. It was a successful lesson and great fun!
Skipping Workshop January 2022
4CC’s Training session
4DM’s Training Session
The children had a fun-filled morning with Chris from Skipping School Limited. Chris introduced the children to a range of individual skipping skills and group skips using a long rope. The skills tested the children’s co-ordination, balance, memory and stamina.
Following on from the workshop we have come together as a year group to practise and the children have been practising hard to develop their skipping skills during break and lunch time.
Later in the year, a team from Year 4 will represent school at the Leeds Catholic Partnership Competition. Watch this space...