Menu
Home Page

St Anne's CE VC Primary School Respect Responsibility Friendship Excellence

Year 4 2020/21

Welcome to Year 4!

 

Welcome to the webpage for classes 9 and 10.

 

It has been lovely to welcome you all back into school. Thank you to all of our families for their support and understanding during this time, for accommodating the staggered start times and preparing the children so well for the return.

 

On this page you can keep up to date with our learning journey and find out what we have been doing and what we will be doing in the future. Please keep checking to see our amazing work! Each week we will upload our spelling and home learning task.

WELCOME TO THE YEAR

PE

PE lessons will be every Friday during Term 2 for both Class 9 and 10. The children will need to wear their PE kit to school every Friday during Term 2. They should wear a plain red or white t-shirt, plain jogging bottoms or shorts and a jumper as well as trainers. PE is outdoors this term. Can we also remind you that long hair will need to be tied back and earrings removed?

 

FOREST SCHOOL

Year 4 have a block of Forest Schools sessions on the dates below. Children will need to wear suitable clothing including long sleeve tops and joggers. It could be cold so hats and gloves will be useful too. The children will need waterproof layers and wellies. The children are not required to wear uniform on Forest School days.

Class 9 - Tuesdays 10th, 17th and 24th November and 1st December.

Class 10 - Thursdays - 12th, 19th, 26th November and 3rd December.

 

Mrs Kulbacki, Mrs Bamfield and Miss Rankin

Christmas!

Let's hear those sleigh bells ringing! 

The children have been busy designing their own Christmas cards in school (it's never too early!) and when the designs are back, we will be sharing how you can order packs of cards, mugs, tea towels, tote bags and much more. 

HOMEWORK

 

Your child has received a book in which they will complete their weekly home learning task.  Due to the current restrictions in place we will unfortunately have to ask that the book remains at home for the time being. Each week a new sheet detailing the spellings and task set by your child's teacher will be sent home. Please support your child in completing the activities in their homework book. If you wish to send a photograph or electronic version of your child' s home learning please do so via the school office. 

 

Many thanks for your continued support and understanding. 

We encourage the children to develop skills as independent learners and celebrate their successes. Our 'Learning to Learn' characters are displayed in the classrooms and each week the children have an opportunity to nominate a class member to be awarded the 'Learner of the Week' certificate. The nominations are completed by every child in class, we encourage them to think about a class member who has demonstrated one of the skills and give an example of how they have done this.

 

There is a large certificate displayed in class and each week this is updated and the nomination slips displayed so that we can see why this particular person was chosen. It is a great opportunity for the children to reflect on the learning each week and how they and others have demonstrated independent learning skills.

 

More information about our 'Learning to Learn' characters can be found on the 'Curriculum' page on our school website. 

Top