Welcome to Year 4!
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What Your Year 4 children will need each day
|PE kit||Needed Everyday||Include shorts, t-shirt, sweatshirt, pumps or trainers joggers in a named bag (not a carrier bag)|
|Dinner money||Monday||Online payments through our School Money app|
|Book bags||Everyday||Only books to be carried in them|
|After school club||Everyday apart from the last day before a holiday||To be booked in advance, phone school for details.|
|Reading||Everyday||Please read to and encourage your child to read a little each day. All children have reading records to share what they’ve been reading with their class teacher.|
|Drop in sessions||Monday||9.10-9.25am Please make an appointment with the office to check staff are available.|
|Swimming Kit||Wednesday||Your child will be informed when they need their swim kit. They need a bag for their kit, a towel, long hair tied back, no jewellery. Girls need a one piece costume. Boys need short trunks.|
Ways to support your child
Reading with them and sharing stories, discussing stories and what has happened.
Also reading different types of texts eg non fiction, instructions, newspapers, recipes.
Use maths skills in everyday activities, practise times tables.
Telling the time using an analogue and digital clock
Encourage them to do their homework in a calm space and have it in on time.
Music practise daily, in school Tuesday
Playing games (e.g. board games / card games)
Take them to the library
Take them swimming
Enhance their knowledge and experience by taking them to places of interest like museums, country parks, castles etc.
Take them shopping so they can use money, get them to spot good deals and work out change
For more information about what your child is expected to learn by the end of Year 4 click here
Please bear in mind these are generalisations for children of this age, some will be working towards them and some may have exceeded them by the end of the year.
For more details about what your child will be learning this year, see our Curriculum Area