Year 4 Classes
Our Class Teacher is Mr Turner
Our Teaching Assistant is Mrs Holt
Our Class Teacher is Miss Rushmer
Our Teaching Assistant is Mrs Rickwood
We would like to welcome you all to year 4. We are extremely excited for whats to come this year. We will be regularly update this area with work that the children have completed and different activities that they have participated in. If you ever have any quieres please do come and let us know.
Mr Turner and Miss Rushmer
Below are some of the activities from 2017-2018
On Monday, Jo Richardson, a dental nurse, delivered an interesting and factual talk to both classes. It was an opportunity for pupils to share their newly acquired knowledge and also learn more by asking an expert.
Jo brought into school information posters, models of teeth and examples of braces. Healthy eating and drinking was also a feature of her workshops. Pupils and staff were amazed at how much 'hidden sugar' were in everyday drinks.
We are very grateful of all the time and effort that was put into preparing for this valuable experience for the children. Thank you.
Everyone now knows how important it is to look after their smile.
In Year Four, we have had a fantastic book week. Our reading areas have all changed and been updated, inspired by lots of ideas from the children. They now look so inviting and inspiring!
In our English, we have written our own non-chronological texts about different cameras. It was very interesting for the children to notice smililarities and differences between different types of camera and their special features.
On Friday we wrote our very own sequal to the Flotsam story. The children were very inventive with their ideas. We have our very own authors onsite at Kingsfield!
Our visit to the library had an added challenge this week, where children completed a quiz. The children learnt about how the library worked by hunting down information. Great fun had by all. (Thanks to Mrs Edgley for her hard work in producing this.)
On Wednesday, Year 4 ventured to Cambridge to visit the Fitzwilliam Museum. We had a wonderful time looking at the Armoury, Dutch paintings and ultimately the Greek exhibits. The children made some great observations and were real life historians, extracting information from array of primary and secondary sources. Children were a credit to us. Polite, repectful and well-mannered. Well done.
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