Teacher – Miss Murphy
Teaching Assistant – Miss Bresciani
During this National Lockdown, we have decided to celebrate every Friday our achievements by looking back on the week and discussing our proudest moments. Feel free to open these documents up but be warned there is some remarkable work inside!!!!
Below you will find your child’s Homework Timetable from November to February 2021.
PE is every Monday at 11.30am, please ensure your child comes into school wearing their full school PE kit.
Please ensure your child brings in their reading book and diary every day. Their individual reading book will be taken in on a Friday and it will be replaced on a Monday. Whilst reading with your child can you please use the ‘Reading Bookmarks’ you will find this below.
As a class spelling test on a Friday, your child will be tested on their individual spellings either on a Thursday/Friday. You will find their latest test or new spellings in their reading diary. An overview of the common exception spellings has been sent out but if you require another copy, please see below. Alongside this, you will find a copy of home activities you can use to support your child with their spellings.
Below you will find the Year Four Curriculum Overview for this year.
National Reflection Day 2021
We painted rainbows and said a prayer for all those affected by Covid-19.
Sport Stars of the Week!
Every week ‘Sports Stars of the Week’ because they have demonstrated the key sporting skills and values needed in their PE lesson.
A big well done to these two, for planning and delivering such a powerful collective worship lesson.
Caritas in Action Week
This week has been Caritas in Action Week. See below each of the themes we covered each day!!!
Theme 1 – The Dignity of the Human
I have been given a special gift for the world!
Theme 2 – Family and Community
Who is in my community?
Theme 3 – Solidarity and the Good
We walk together as people of peace.
Theme 4 – Rights and Responsibilities Exploring our responsibilities for each other.
Theme 6 – The dignity of Work
The many sides of working together to build up community.
Roald Dahl Day
Inspired by the ‘BFG’ and ‘Revolting Rhymes’
Be moved by my Gloriumptious GobbleFunk Name, read my own Bogey Man inspired poem and enjoy looking at how I learnt to draw like Quentin Blake.
We began by appreciating the wonder of creation and how at times the world doesn’t always reflect the plan God had. We then compared ourselves to one of Jesus’ ancestors, creating a book of proverbs and a wisdom prayer. Finally, I then made a promise to the school and world and created a poem to demonstrate how I will fulfil God’s plan.