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Class 4T

Welcome to 4T's class page


On Thursday this week (3/12), we will be being videoed performing our Christmas song and poem. If you wish, you may bring in a Christmas jumper and/or hat to wear for the performance. Please do not bring a full change of clothes, just something you can put on over your uniform. This is only if you want to, please don't go out and buy anything new!


On Friday this week (4/12), it is the KS2 cross country event. Please come into school in your PE kit and remember to bring a change of footwear and a carrier bag in case you get muddy!

Autumn Term 1


A big welcome back!

We hope you all had a lovely relaxing Summer break and the children feel ready and excited to return to school. 





 I am very much looking forward to seeing you all. 

You may have mixed feelings about returning to school, but I will my best to help you settle back in and feel ready to learn in year 4.


Our topic for this term is Woodlands. We will be finding out about different trees and areas of woodland. We will also investigate the impact of deforestation.


In English we will be starting with some descriptive writing and then move on to writing some non-chronological reports. Our Maths work will begin with a focus on number and place value, as well as lots of times tables practice! In Science our starting point is 'Living things and their habitats'.


Don't forget, you only need a very small school bag and pencil case. You must bring a labelled water bottle and a fruit/vegetable snack for break if you want one. PE kits stay at home and you will be told which days you need to wear them.


Our outdoor PE day is WEDNESDAY - Please come into school each week dressed appropriately in your blue T shirt and shorts. You may wear a plain, dark coloured tracksuit over these and trainers are fine. Long hair must be tied back and no jewellery worn.


There will no no indoor PE for the time-being. 


If you still have a school reading book at home from year 3, please can you bring this back to school as soon as possible.

Please also log in to MyMaths and ihub First News for a range of activities to complete.