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Welcome to Year 4!

 

In Year 4 the team are Ms Moisey, Miss Edwards, Mrs Daniels and Miss Pearson.

 

Welcome back to a brand new school year!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PE and Outdoor Learning Autumn Term 1

 

Please ensure that your child comes in PE kit on:

Wednesday and Thursday

 

Wednesday pm - Outdoor Education and PE

Thursday pm - Tag Rugby

Have a look at our Autumn Term Learning Overview here:

Flying Engineers Y4 Autumn 2018

Mathletics

Your children are now getting used to Mathletics and it seems they are all enjoying it.  

Homework assignments will be set from every Wednesday from 4pm and

 we will expect these to be completed by the following Tuesday of each week.  

 

 

Times Tables In Year 4

 

By the end of year 4, it is now a stipulation that year 4 children should know all their times tables up to x12. Try to help your child learn and practice their tables as often as possible – a little and often works well. Please ensure that as you practice the x tables, you also practice the corresponding division facts as it is really important that children understand the relationship between multiplication and division.

Please find below a parent guide for helping with tables.

Reading

We would love it if you could try to read with your child regularly – minimum of 3 signed reads per week – to be entered in the new reading logs your child has brought home.   As the year goes on, this will increase to 5, signed reads per week in line with the school reading policy.

 

At Birdwell, we are now following the ‘VIPERS’ for reading comprehension scheme and this term’s focus is VOCABULARY. You will find a copy of all the question STEMS (including the STEMS for VOCABULARY) below.

As you read with your child find opportunities to question them about the vocabulary they are reading – use the questions stems to help you with this.

Spelling Homework Autumn 2018
Here is the Year 3/4 spelling list. 
accident(ally) disappear interest pressure
actual(ly) early island possibly
address earth knowledge promise
answer eight/eighth length purpose
appear enough learn quarter
arrive exercise library question

believe

experience material recent
bicycle experiment medicine regular
breath extreme mention reign
breathe famous minute remember
build favourite natural sentence
busy/business February naughty separate
calendar forward(s) notice special
caught fruit occasion(ally) straight
centre grammar often strange
century group opposite strength
certain guard ordinary suppose
circle guide particular surprise
complete heard peculiar therefore
consider heart perhaps though/although
continue height popular thought
decide history position through
describe imagine possess(ion) various
different increase possible weight
difficult important potatoes woman/women
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