Welcome to class YNY4
Hello and welcome to Mr Nadat’s Year4 class where we hope to have a superb year ahead! Mrs Dean is our ETA support who works in the class for four days a week and Mrs who will be in on the Friday.
Parent-teacher meetings will take place in October. A letter to enable you to book a slot to meet Mr Nadat will be sent out nearer the time.
Things to remember:
Literacy – We will be reading Stig of the Dump! by Clive King. This is a story about Barney who has been told not to play in the chalk pit but one day he falls in and that’s where he meets Stig!
From reading this we will aim to improve our writing skills.
Maths – We will begin with number and place value which is very important. After working on our counting skills, we will progress to adding, subtracting and multiplying. We will also be learning how to measure using different units.
Science – This term we are looking at Animals including humans. We will find out why we have different types of teeth and all about the digestive system. We will set up and carry out investigations and begin to use key vocabulary to explain our findings.
Art and DT- We will develop our art techniques, looking at differences between Stone Age art and the art we are able to produce now and look at some important stone age cave paintings.
Computing - We will learn a range of key skills to help create software designers using ICT.
French – We will begin with greetings and learn to how begin a simple conversation.
RE - We will be looking at the different Creation stories and how beliefs are expressed through art including writing, pictures and music.
PHSE – We will be following the “Jigsaw” scheme and investigating our place in the world and the local school community.
Please help your child meet their targets by taking an interest in what they are doing in school and helping them when they need it!
The adults in class are working hard to make sure that the children in our class have a happy and successful year. If you wish to discuss anything concerning your child, please call in and see me at the beginning or end of the school day when we are usually available, or make an appointment at the office.