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Year 4

Year 4

Welcome to the Year 4 page! This class is taught by Mr Lucas!

Year 4 Routines

Reading – Whole class reading takes place three times a week where children either read aloud to the class or to their peers! Research has repeatedly shown that children who read for pleasure are not only happier, but perform better academically than children who don’t (https://readingagency.org.uk/about/impact/002-reading-facts-1/). Therefore we encourage the children to read for 20 minutes each night at least five nights a week. Once they have read, children should tick their reading diaries and write a comment ready for handing in on Friday. If parents could co-sign the diaries too that would be a great help.

Homework / Spellings – Spellings will be sent home on Wednesday and tested the following Tuesday. Homework is now sent out on Fridays and should be returned the following Wednesday. If the children are stuck they are encouraged to pop in and see Mr Lucas or Miss Arundel!

PE – PE is on a Tuesday and a Thursday. The Tuesday’s session is led by a GTFC coach and could be outside or inside. Children will need a white t-shirt, dark shorts and plimsolls. They could also have dark jogging bottoms and a dark long sleeved top, socks and trainers for outside PE sessions.

Staffing – Mr Lucas teaches the class all week and is assisted by Miss Arundel.

Autumn 1

Temples, Tombs and Treasures.

Autumn 2

How Humans Work

Spring 1


Spring 2

Saving the World

Summer 1

Land, Sea and Sky

Summer 2

Bright Sparks

Term 1 Homework

Autumn 1 – Homework – Click the link for this term’s homework pack. Our topic right now is Temples, Tombs and Treasures


Class Books!!!

This term we’re not just working on one book in class. Oh no! This term we’re working on TWO! During English lessons we’ll be exploring Emma Carroll’s wonderful Secrets of a Sun King! But, with it being so short we couldn’t possibly use it as our class read as well because, well, we’d finish it in twenty minutes! There was nothing else for it: we had to pick another! So we decided to also read a non-fiction books, and what better book to pick than:


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As part of our Egyptian topic, we went on a school trip to the Hands on History Museum in Hull! There we go to get hands on with some of King Tut’s treasures, study a real life mummy, and we even got to mummify one of our classmates (Sorry Emily!). Still, it was brilliant fun and we learnt SO MUCH!