Welcome to Year Four 

Welcome to the Year 4  Page

Welcome to our Year 4 homepage, here you can find up-to-date information and the latest news from our year group. 

Please keep checking back in throughout the term for regular updates.

Thank you Mrs Burgess, Miss White, Mrs Sygrove and Mrs Gould

 

Don't forget you can email the Year 4 team at the following address: myteacher4@sherrier.leics.sch.uk

Our Christian Value of Compassion 

 As you will know from our Year Group Assembly this year Year Four will be working  as ambassadors for the Christian Value "Compassion". Year Four spent the Autumn term teaching the rest of the school what it means to be compassionate. We were impressed with how thoughtful, kind and caring the pupils were and how well they look after ALL the children (and staff) around them. They are a credit to their families. Throughout the year we will be exploring the other values adopted by Sherrier pupils but we will be focusing on what it means to be a compassionate in class, on the playground and at home. If your child impresses you with how they compassionate they are at home do share this with us by making a note in their Boomerang book so that we can celebrate it in class.

 

Please read the lyrics that the children wrote along with Phil Moore, Assistant Minister at Lutterworth Church, about what compassion means to them at Sherrier School.

 

A class prayer

Jesus, thank you for the way you show compassion to other people. Thank you for the way you help us when we’re in trouble. Please help us to put ourselves in other people’s shoes today and feel what it’s like to be them. 

Amen

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Our Reading focus for across this half term is understanding and interpreting character emotions within fiction narratives. 

In the week beginning the 24/04/2017, our focus is to be able interpret character feelings and emotions from our class read 'Alice in Wonderland'. We will be learning to apply inference skill s and how to apply drama techniques to help us understand what we are reading. 

Broad Curriculum Days

Every other Wednesday Year 4 will have a Broad Curriculum Day where they will learn PE, Science and Art. 

On this day Year 4 will be taught by: 

Mrs Sygrove - Art 

Mrs Fleetwood - PE 

Mrs Burton - Science 

A rotation of activities will be completed throughout the day. 

Miss White and Mrs Burgess are in school and are available for any children or staff who may need them. If any Parent would like to speak to Miss White or Mrs Burgess on these days, please ask at the classroom door.  

Above - Take a look at our lyrics from our 'I want to be compassionate' song written with Mr Moore (video to follow soon). 

Below - Mr Moore from St. Marys Church, Lutterworth working with some Year 4 children to create our compassion song. 

Take a look at this fantastic poem about compassion by a child in Year Four. (Click to download to see the full poem).

Year 4 will have the following slots for PE this year: 

Monday

Wednesday

Friday

Children will need indoor and outdoor PE kits school for these days. 

This term in Year Four:

English

During the first half of our Summer term Year 4 are going to be creating Play scripts based upon the famous William Shakespeare play 'A Midsummer Night's Dream.' The children will be asked to rewrite this tale in their own words and create a drama performance within a group. They will learn the format of script writing, character details and stage directions. 

Maths

In the Summer term our Maths focus is on Shape, Space and Data Handling. We will be developing our skills of shape in finding a line of symmetry and identify angles.  After this we will be learning all about how to position co-ordinates in a 2D grid, plotting points to create a shape and translating shapes across a grid. We will also be collecting, presenting and interpreting data in different forms.  

We are so impressed with how Year 4 are progressing with their X Factor Maths Challenges. As always please continue practicing your fantastic times table knowledge at home so we can continue progressing through the rounds. 

Connected Curriculum

Year 4 are going to become potion makers this half term, looking at the history of medicines and how herbal remedies are still used today. We will focus on hazardous substances and how to read warning labels on packages. As we look into different liquids we will explore how the particles in a solid, liquid or gas differ and how this changes the characteristics of different substances. 

Please continue to read 3 times a week to complete your Golden Square on you Homework Bingo!

My Maths has been updated with Fraction challenges.

Spelling Homework will continue to be set each week! 

Y4 Tweets

Last Half Term in Y4

Last half term, Year 4 became geologists, they now know about the different states in America. We have investigated the different Native American Tribes within America and learnt all about their traditions. 

Throughout Maths we developed our understanding of Fractions. We can now find a Fraction of an amount and can display equivalent Fractions. 

During English we have created a story from another culture, using dialogue to make our narratives exciting. We have concentrated on setting and character description using powerful adjectives. 

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Last update: 2017-05-03