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4JG - Mr Jones & Mrs Gardiner - supported by Mr Crawforth, Mr Chapman, Mrs Ware & Mrs Graham

4R - Miss Reynolds supported by Mrs Burt

4B - Miss Bishop - supported by Mrs Brown

 

YORK TRIP 2019

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Year 4

Autumn Term 2020

Welcome to Year 4! We have an exciting year for our three classes with art, music, computing and sports alongside our core curriculum; all intertwined within our exciting themes! We also have the residential trip to York to look forward to as well as lots of other exciting events.

Year 4 is an important year within your child's primary school career; they are now well and truly a 'Key Stage Two-er' and are developing their independence, resilience and social skills. We are excited about working with you to support them on their journey.

Having spent such a long period of time away from school over the past few months, we recognise that the pupils will need some time to catch up on the time they have missed and also get back into the daily rhythm of school learning. As such, our first four weeks of term are dedicated to our 'recovery curriculum', where we will be focusing on pupil well-being, re-establishing rules and routines and making sure children feel safe, supported and happy. Alongside this, teachers will spend time in class, getting to know the children and developing their understanding of where they are, socially, emotionally and academically.

Please see the letter below for further details of the Autumn curriculum.

HOMEWORK

HOMEWORK

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KS2 Harvest Festival (61 images)

The children enjoyed taking part in the annual Harvest celebration at St Michael's Church

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