Year 4 - Mrs Nixon

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    Can we please remind you that in order for your children to reach their true potential,  it is essential that they have a water bottle in school at all times. Their brains are 75% water so it is important that they can access a drink of water throughout the school day. Unfortunately, there is limited capacity within school to provide children with cups etc, but water bottles are on sale at the finance office for £1.50. Alternatively, a clear plastic bottle, clearly labelled with your child’s name, would be sufficient. We thank you for your continued cooperation.
  • The expectation in Year 4 is that children manage their own learning at home. Every Friday 10 spellings will be sent home for children to practise daily and children will be tested on their spellings the following Friday morning. 
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    Pupils are encouraged to read at home every evening and we kindly ask for an adult to sign their green home reading record so that pupils can work towards their reading certificates.
    We encourage pupils to practise their times tables at home regularly. They can practise online using Times Tables Rock Stars, which they are have an individual login to:      

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  • In our class we have PE on a Monday morning; pupils are taking part in a Premier Stars skills programme with outside coaches. Please make sure a full PE kit is in school for this session. This consists of a plain white t-shirt, black shorts and trainers/plimsolls. 
    On a Tuesday afternoon pupils go swimming. Please ensure your child brings a towel, swimming costume/shorts and a swimming cap each Tuesday. 


  • Summer 2 Spellings Coverage

    These are the spellings were are going to be learning this half term. They are based around the Y4 National Curriculum statutory words and spelling pattern requirements.

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