Welcome to Year 4
Class Teacher – Mr Thorpe
To find out more about our class routines and curriculum, please visit the Class Information page. We also have some really fun resources and activities on our At Home page, click the images above.
On this page and via Class Dojo we will share class activities and events throughout the school year. Please see below for more information about Class Dojo and how to join us.
Class Dojo – The Class Dojo App works via tablets, smart phones and computers and is free to download. Using this system we will be able to share images of your child and their work and we look forward to opening our classroom. If you would like to join, download the Class Dojo App or click the image to open by a web browser, create a parents account, tap add child and enter your child’s code. If you don’t have a code, please contact us by email and we will happily send it to you.
The class PE lessons are held on Monday and Wednesday.
Children will need to have their PE kit, for details please see our School Uniform page.
Year 4 Curriculum
Information about the subjects we teach in School can be found in our Subject Areas.
We have a fascinating curriculum to learn about. In Year 4 we will learn how the Romans lived and what they contributed to our way of life. As part of this, we will look at Binchester Roman Fort and what the Archaeologists have unearthed about the Roman soldiers who lived there.
As children are spending more time on devices and online, please see below some links and resources about staying safe online. Further information and guidance is also available on our Online Safety page.
A great way to start the day or something to do during a break from learning activities. Fun for all ages!
Remember to send us some pictures of your circuit to email@example.com
The link below is for some home based STEM learning activities. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics. On their website there are activities connected to a range of different subjects, please take a look.
As well as being enjoyable, reading really helps children’s writing ability and general learning.
We like to encourage children to read as much as possible, both at home and in school.
To help with the difficult task of choosing a new book, we have put together a list of books for each year group.
Visit the Oxford Owl page for more book ideas and ebooks.
Please try some of these fantastic online resources for learning, revising or just for fun!