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Welcome to the Year 4 Information Evening. Please take a seat. The Team Mrs Sarah Eade - 4SE Head of Y4/Art/NQT Induction Tutor Miss Kerry Nix - 4KN PSHE (School Council/Healthy Schools) Mr Andy Atter - 4AA History

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The Team

Mrs Sarah Eade - 4SE Head of Y4/Art/NQT Induction Tutor

Miss Kerry Nix - 4KN PSHE (School Council/Healthy Schools)

Mr Andy Atter - 4AA History

Miss Jessica Spence - 4JS Main Scale Teacher

Mrs Mave Deptford Teaching Assistant

Mrs Linda Page Teaching Assistant

Miss Anna Hardwick Teaching Assistant

Mrs Kay Sutherland Deputy Head Teacher

Mrs Emily Jenkins SENDCO

Staff cover during PPA on Wednesday afternoons:

Mrs Julie Dowsett RE

Mrs Amanda Young French

Inspire+ Coach Games


Literacy
Literacy

  • Guided Reading – daily, in classes

  • The framework - taught in units covering all text types including ICT texts and all writing types.

  • Each unit follows the same pattern: reading → discussion → writing

  • Ruth Miskin – continues in Year 4 , smaller groups, extra support.

  • Spelling – available on the website - test on Tuesday.

  • Big Writing – VCOP – building on last year – alternate Fridays – double session - Year group themes/whole school themes/ assessed pieces


Mathematics
Mathematics

INVESTIGATION, INVESTIGATION, INVESTIGATION!!!

Maths is getting BIG with B.E.A.M. (BE A Mathematician)

  • Mental Maths – whole class daily sessions

  • Numbers and their properties - place value, counting, ordering, estimating, rounding, fractions, decimals

  • Calculations - addition, subtraction, multiplication, division

  • Measures - length, mass, capacity, area, time

  • Shape and space - 2D/3D shapes, symmetry, angles, co-ordinates, compass points

  • Handling data - Carroll diagrams, Venn diagrams, pictograms, bar charts

    We aim to put all maths into context.

Speak

Maths


Science

Health

The Environment

Changing Materials

Electricity

Forces and Friction

Group work (quiz)

Big books

Investigations

Ladders

Review

Science

Broadcast

Presentation

Leaflet

Poster

Drama


Design and technology
Design and Technology

  • Animal shelters (link with Science)

  • Textile panels (link with History)

  • Battery-powered lamps (link with Science)


Geography history
Geography & History

  • The Journey of a River

  • Ancient Egypt

  • Settlements

  • Local Historystudy linking

    with our Geography work

    on Settlements


ICT

ICT

Trolley of laptops in Year 4

Esafety - protecting our children

Skill-based approach to cross curricular

application, through the use of:

  • PowerPoint - word processing, text effects, cut and paste, spell checker, find and replace, adding graphics/sound

  • Databases - organising, reorganising and analysing information

  • Publishing documents – leaflets, posters, adverts


Pshce seal
PSHCE/SEAL

  • New Beginnings

  • Getting On and Falling Out

  • Changes

  • Going for Goals

  • Good to be Me

  • Relationships


Physical education
Physical Education

  • Games at Greenlawns – Wednesdays (trainers, joggers, warm top)

  • Swimming – Mondays until Christmas

  • PE – Thursdays after Christmas (shorts + plimsolls)

    (A note about stud ear rings)


Art music

Exploring rhythm & arrangements

Melodies and scales

Sound colours

Exploring signals

Descriptive sounds

Play the Ukulele!

Colour mixing

River pictures

Autumn/Winter pictures

Telling stories with pictures

Textile skills

Texture - Environmental &

Transient Art

Art & Music


Religious education
Religious Education

  • Christianity

  • Lent course

  • Hinduism

  • How people live out their lives of faith


French
French

  • Learning a new language

  • Learning about language

  • Intercultural understanding

Les animeauxVive la sportOn y vaRaconte-moiJeux et chansonsL’argent de poche


Special educational needs and disabilities
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

  • Learning differences

  • Discrete support

  • Personalised learning

  • Multi-professional approach in partnership with parents

  • Intervention groups, 1:1, classroom support, nurturing children

  • SENDCO


Playtime
Playtime

  • Healthy Snack of fresh/dried fruit or vegetables

  • Water access during school day


Lunchtime
Lunchtime

  • Year 4 children on second sitting at 12.45

  • Healthy, well-balanced lunch boxes


Two representatives from each class (elections)

Meet every term

Issues are brought from classes and discussed


Homework

Please encourage your children to take responsibility for managing their homework.

All work should be discussed with and signed by a parent or carer.

Maths homework is given on a Monday and marked together the following Monday.

Spellings are given on a Tuesday. Books go home each day. Spelling test on the following Tuesday.

Talk Homework is given on alternate Fridays.

Reading books go home daily.

Homework


Clubs

Junior Choir managing their homework.

ICT

Recorders

Orchestra

JIGSAW

Bookworms

Art

Gymnastics, Multi Skills, Football

We encourage children to be

responsible for listening to

information regarding clubs.

Notices in Assembly

Details in the Newsletters

Clubs


Year 4 exclusive events
Year 4 managing their homework.Exclusive events

  • River Walk – October/November

  • Egyptian Day – January/February

  • King’s School – after Easter

  • Environmental Art – Summer


What can you do

Homework/Reading managing their homework.

Uniform/kit

Absence

Share problems/concerns

What can you do?


School website
School website managing their homework.

  • Visit our school website

    www.nationaljuniorschool.com

  • Letters home, newsletters, diary dates and photographs are placed, regularly. on the site


May we say a big thank you for managing their homework. your attendance this evening. We hope you have found it informative and helpful.

Please enjoy a cup of tea or coffee

with the team and feel free to discuss

any other areas with members of staff.


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