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Year 4

Welcome to Year 4!


Miss Chisholm is the year 4 class teacher, with teaching assistant, Mrs Troop.

Mrs Lambert teaches P.E and Mr Ambler teaches Spanish on a Tuesday afternoon.


This is our class page where you can find out about what we are learning and resources to help you.


Our topic for this term is, 'The Anglo-Saxons'. We will be learning about the different Anglo-Saxon kingdoms, life in Anglo-Saxon times, Beowulf and the Gods. In Art we will be designing and painting our own heroes and monsters based on Beowulf and sculpting Anglo-Saxon broaches. In science we will be learning about Electricity.  



Expectations in Year 4

  • Reading Diary and book in school every day
  • Reading at least 3 times a week at home.
  • Diary and homework check on Fridays 
  • Children to take responsibility bringing in their own equipment




Year 3 and 4 PE is on a Tuesday.

Please make sure that you have correct equipment (Shorts/ T-shirt/ Trainers/ Joggers and Jumpers for cold weather)



Year 4 begins swimming on the 16th May and will continue throughout the Summer Term for 9 weeks.

Girls must wear a one piece swimming costume (no bikinis please!) and long hair must be tied back!

Boys must wear swimming trunks (no baggy board shorts!)

If you require goggles, please ask Mrs Cobb in the office for a permission form. If permission is not given, you will not be able to wear goggles.


Picture 1

What's coming up in this term

To see what you will be learning about this term in year 4, follow the link below to Curriculum.


In year 4, homework will given out on Monday and is to be returned by Friday. The children will have one piece of SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar) and one piece of Maths to complete.

Topic Area


Here you can find links to websites and YouTube that will support your learning.


  • Anglo-Saxons Use this weblink to delve deeper into the Anglo-Saxons.

Canopic Jar art project

Have you seen the Kids’ Zone? Play games and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites.