Welcome to Year 4

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Year 4

Welcome to Year 4

Year 4 is a year filled with experiences and fun for our pupils. We have engaging and exciting topics including Romans in Britain, North America and Anglo-Saxons. We deliver weekly science lessons and love doing experiments. Learning is hands on and we use our DT skills to create pencil cases and light up Anglo-Saxon settlements. We develop our art skills, creating sculptures and water colour paintings. We study different religions and continue to embed an environment rooted in mutual respect and our school values. We listen to lots of different genres of music and read lots of poems, texts and stories. Year 4 children are offered educational visits and sports trips. By the end of Year 4, our aim is for the children to be confident, hardworking individuals ready for all the challenges that Upper Key Stage 2 has to offer. Our expectations are always high, and we expect the children to show our school values in everything they do. Reading at home is crucial, as well as practising spellings and times tables at home. We look forward to the fun year ahead that we have planned with your children.

Year 4 Curriculum Map

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