Mrs C Aydin
Mrs S Carroll
Welcome to Year 4. The teacher is Mrs Aydin and the Teaching Assistant is Mrs Carroll. Miss Bird works with the class on Monday and Friday mornings.
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.
Year Four thoroughly enjoyed their wild workshop this week. We learned fascinating facts that we hadn’t discovered before and created wonderful mice play areas to test how inquisitive the species was.
Delivering Harvest Bread to The Dell
The children from the explorer group spread their love and compassion with the residents at The Dell. They had made the bread and found out about kneading and adding yeast. They also decided that the most important ingredient was Love.
We have enjoyed learning about WW1 and we dressed up as a soldier – we felt very important and courageous.
MR CORLESS VISITS YEAR 4 ON WEDNESDAY 12th FEBRUARY 2020
Mr Corless visited Year 4 to help us learn about the history of our school. We saw some amazing photographs of how our school grew and we also learned about the origins of St Thomas the Martyr including discovering that the first school was in the top of the church tower and that only boys attended. Thank you to Mr Corless for sharing his knowledge with us.