Court Farm Primary School

Dream Believe Achieve

Welcome to Year 4 - Where the possibilities for success are endless!

 

Mr Foord and Mrs Holmes will be bringing a year of hard-work, dedication, support, care and excitement for your children!

Curriculum

Click here to find out all the fun things year 4 will be focussing on this half-term, including visual Literacy of The Jungle Book!

Attendance:

We are having a big push this year on children attending everyday and on time.

 

Awards are given out for the class with the least late per week in our celebration assembly, so let's have a big push on year 4 achieving this every week.

 

If all the children are in all week, I have personally agreed to reward the class every time this is achieved.

Need some support with additional resources?

 

Please find below links to different websites which offer a range of worksheets already created or ones that you can create yourself.

 

Maths

http://www.math-aids.com/

Comprehension

https://www.teachitprimary.co.uk/reading-comprehension-ks2

(The above site requires you to sign up, which is free and allows you to access some of the resources)

Power Projects

Our Power Project for this half Term is The World's Kitchen.

 

If your child has lost their sheets or you would just require additional access, please find the projects below.

 

Power Project 1

 

Power Project 2

Additional information:

 The school has now incorporated a new system known as Marvellous Me, which keeps parents and carers up-to-date with what their child is achieving in school and provides reminders of any events or activities the children may be participating in. Please continue to keep checking your Marvellous Me to see the fantastic things your child is achieving!

 

If you haven't downloaded the app please do so. If you require any support with this please don't hesitate to come and see myself or Mrs Holmes.

Homework - Spellings, Literacy and Maths homework will be given out every Friday and will be expected back on the following Wednesday.

 

A homework club is run every Wednesday lunchtime if your child struggles or needs any additional support.

 

We would very much appreciate if your child could read everyday at home whether that be independently or ideally with you to help develop their reading skills and confidence.

 

P.E. - P.E. is every Monday and Tuesday (Please be advised that we are swimming on Tuesdays this half term). It is important that all children bring the correct P.E. kit, which is: Black shorts, white t-shirts and black pumps/trainers.

 

If you have any problems/queries please feel free to contact myself (Mr Foord) or Mrs Holmes at anytime.