The Year 2 and Year 4 children visited the beautiful St Thomas the Martyr Parish Church on Friday 23rd April as part…
Mrs C Aydin
Mrs A Scragg
Welcome to Year 4. The teacher is Mrs Aydin and the Teaching Assistant is Mrs Scragg.
Literacy and Numeracy are taught daily and combined unit plans cover the other subjects we teach each term and are included on the half termly curriculum letters.
Formal homework will not be set but please listen to your child read regularly, practice their spellings and help them to learn their times tables.
Our PE lessons are on Tuesdays so please ensure your child has their PE kit in school. This should be a white t-shirt, blue shorts and pumps for indoors. During winter they will also need trainers and a tracksuit for outdoors. Please help us by naming all uniform and kit. Swimming has begun for a group of pupils and this will be on Fridays for the foreseeable future.
The children have made a terrific start and I am very much looking forward to a year filled with fun, friendship and success.
If you have any problems or concerns, please do not hesitate to speak to one of us – the best time to catch me would be on a Thursday after school.
Hello from Phil Wickins –
Year four are currently reading Varjak Paw by SF Said and were lucky enough to find Mr Wickins on Youtube, to help read the text. Following his engaging and enthusiastic reading, we emailed Mr Wickins, in the hope of hearing back with regards to how much pleasure we were getting from reading the book and watching his quirky delivery online. Little did we realise that we would not only get a reply but our very own video shout out on his Youtube channel. Thank you so much Mr Wickins and we very much look forward to sending you some of our incredible work, based on this amazing novel by SF Said.
Well done to the Year 4 football team on their resilience and enthusiasm during the friendly football match against Holland Moor on…
The Year 4 children have embraced being back in school together. They have created a Lockdown Memory Tree to highlight their achievements…