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Welcome to the Year 4 Class blog


What a brilliant start to the year! Year 4 have come back into the classroom with a wonderfully positive attitude towards their learning. So far we have spent the week focussing on place value in Maths, unpicking a dragon guide in English and creating beautiful journey sticks to represent our school environment. All of this, as well as settling into new routines around school. Keep up the hard work Year 4! 

Please check back to the blog regularly for information and photographs of our learning as the year goes on. 

Dear Parents,

Please find below the links for:  




I will ensure all children have their logins recorded in their reading diaries.


Here is a list of further websites to support practise and learning at home:

Home learning websites and resources









World Book Day - What an impressive collection of character stones!

Friday 28th February


Wow! What an amazing day in Year 4! The children all looked amazing dressed up in a variety of Viking costumes.


 During the course of the morning, Year 4 had a go at writing some old Viking poetry, took part in a very tricky Viking quiz and learnt where the Vikings came from. In the afternoon, they were lucky enough to see some real Viking weapons and were trusted to hold these before taking part in a spear wrestling competition to decide who would go to Valhalla.


It was a brilliant day for all, teachers included!

Friday 29th November

11th November 2019


Children from KS2 joined together to create beautiful poems about Remembrance day which they wrote onto their own poppy. The poppies were then added together to create a poppy chain which the children took to the remembrance memorial in Wellow. The children all enjoyed this and felt proud to have taken part.


Southampton Trip! The children had a fantastic day, they asked lots of brilliant questions during the walking tour and enjoyed the cruise around the docks.

Week 3 


This week the children put their ideas to the test and spent the afternoon investigating gases! They had four different activities set up around the room and had to work independently to experiment and justify how each experiment proves the existence of gas!


Autumn 1 KIRFs - These are designed for you to practice with your children over the course of the half term. Little and often works well.