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Watkin Street, Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 4NP

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Our Lady's Catholic Academy

Together in faith, hope and love.

Year 4

 

Welcome to year 4! 

 

This year we will be very busy, because we have lots to learn. As we will be working really hard in school, it would be very helpful if you would do some work at home too. Remember to read every day, practice your spellings and times tables, and complete your homework (this will be sent home on a Friday, to be given in on the following Friday with the exception of home learning projects.) 

Topic

The children will be learning about the Romans as our topic. The children will learn about the impact the Romans had on Britain. They will also study Roman inventions, architecture and  culture.

 

 

Religious Education:

During our RE lessons this term we will be learning about:

  • Lent
  • Easter
  • The Old Testament
  • Sharing in the life of Jesus.

 

English:

In our English lessons this term we will be learning about:

  • Stories in a familiar setting, 
  • Non chronological reports
  • Stories in a historical settings.
  • First person narrative creative writing.

Maths:

In our Maths lessons this term we will be learning about:

  • Place Value

  • Addition and Subtraction

  • Multiplication and Division

  • Decimals

  • Statistics

  • Multiplication and Division

  • Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

  • Measures, Shape and Space

     

Science:

In our Science lessons this term we will be learning about:

  • Changing state

  • Humans and Other animals

PE

PE is on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, please bring and leave your PE kit at school so that you can take part. No earrings to be worn during the lesson for health and safety reasons. 

  

Mathletics

The children can access Mathletics to practise their maths skills. They get a certificate if they achieve 1000 points or more! You can access it through:

http://www.mathletics.co.uk/

 

Accelerated Reader

The children can read their school class books and then take a quiz on the book to see how well they have understood the text. The score is then added to their level and it shows the progress they have made. You can access it through:

https://ukhosted11.renlearn.co.uk/2248093/default.aspx