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Alfred Salter Primary School

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Year 4

Welcome to Year 4


Our teachers:

Ochre Class:  Kelly

Honey Class:  Monica

Maureen (Cover Supervisor)

Our Class:

This term in Year 4 we have lots of exciting things coming up. We will be exploring a range of interesting topics including 'Roman Britain' and 'The Egyptians'.

We will have the oportunity go on local visits including a trip to the cinema to help us with our English. We also have a residential trip to the the Isle of Wight in October, something we should really enjoy. 







This week we have been working on:


Last week we focused on shape, symmetry and co-ordinates.

Next week we will be focusing on multiplication and in particular looking at the 7 & 9 time tables. Encourage you child to practice these times tables so that they will be able to recall their multiplication facts. We will also be looking at patterns found in the 7 & 9 times tables.


Useful links for maths


For homework children should play the online games to practice their co-ordinates skills.

Remember to practice your times tables every day. We are focusing on the 7 & 9 times tables.                              


In English we have been reading Odd and the Frost Giants by Neil Gaiman. We have been focusing on using the conjunctions because and so to show cause and effect, the suffixes ly and ous, expanded noun phrases and fronted adverbials. This week we will be writing our own adventure stories. Below are some useful links to help with story writing.













Remember that your child should be reading for 20 mins each day, please encourage them to read every day.


Our topic in Science this term is Sound and we have some fun investigations planned including making our own telephones.

This term we will also be learning at the lives of the Ancient Egyptians.


Below are some links you and your child may find helpful and interesting.


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