Year 4 are taught by Mrs Abbott (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday), and Mrs Davies (Thursday, Friday) and Mr Murray is our Teaching Assistant.
Summer Term 2
We have an exciting term ahead and will be practising for Sports Day and of course, learning a dance for the Year 6 play.
Our Topic this term will be Anglo Saxons and in DT, we will looking at Pop-Up books.
Here, at Lunsford Primary School, we strongly believe that homework is an important part of a child's development. Learning is done in and out of the classroom and helps to build a child's thinking and memory skills and also aids to build a positive work ethic.
Timestables - Monday
Spellings - Monday
Maths / Science - Wednesday (to be returned the following Monday)
English / Topic - Friday (to be returned the following Thursday)
Reading - daily, preferably to an adult as often as possible
Summer Term 1
The summer term has arrived! In English, we will be starting by reading 'The Pebble in my Pocket' by Meredith Hooper.
Our Topic this term will be World War II and we will be looking how it affected family life. In Art, we will learning about Vincent van Gogh and having a go at recreating his famous 'Sunflowers' painting.
Spring Term 2
Our Topic is Mountains and we will be looking at The Rockies this term. We will also be continuing to design and make our packaging for our chosen food.
Spring Term 1
Our Topic is World Farming and we will be finding out where our food comes from, both in the UK and around the world. We will also be looking at how our food is packaged to keep it fresh and safe on its journey.
Autumn 2 - India
This term, we will be learning fun facts about India. Did you know that the currency used in India is the Rupee? Did you know that there are over 80 species of scorpions in India? Ask us more interesting information about this cultural country.
We have been exploring different religions and cultures within India, as well as how festivals are celebrated. We will be designing our own Rangoli patterns to learn more about how Indian people welcome guests into their homes during major celebrations.
Autumn 1 - 2017
This term we are learning about Ancient Egypt. When someone died in Ancient Egypt, their body would have been preserved by being mummified. This meant that the soul would have somewhere to return to after death. A death mask was created so that the soul would recognise its body, and return to it safely. Death masks were also believed to help to guard a dead person from evil spirits in the afterlife.