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Year 4 - Flat Cap 2023/24

Hello and welcome to Year 4! Our teacher is Miss K Preston and our teaching assistant is Mrs J Hilton. We are excited to start the new half-term and look forward to all the exciting learning that will take place. Our topic for this half-term is called Bright Lights, Big City, where we will learn about the science of light! We will be doing lots of fun and wonderful activities to help us learn all about it. We will also be doing lots of geography relating to counties, cities, towns and villages. 


In maths, we will continue to develop our knowledge of multiplication and division and will soon move on to length and perimeter and will begin fractions towards the end of the half-term. We will be developing our skills in English writing through our book 'Leon and the Place Between'.


Useful information and PE: 

Week beginning






Forest Schools

19th Feb

Flat Caps

All Year Four


26th Feb


Flat Caps

4th March

Flat Caps


11th March


Flat Caps

18th March

Flat Caps



  • Spelling tests will take place on Friday mornings.  Please practise each night up to the day of the test.
  • Homework will be sent home on Fridays. 
  • We read in class everyday,  so please remember to bring your reading book into school everyday. Try to read at home as often as possible too.
  • Times tables are very important this year so please use your login to practise your times tables at least twice a week!


Our topics this year are:


Autumn 1 -  Tomb Raiders (Ancient Egypt)

Autumn 2 -  Heim (Anglo-Saxons and Vikings)

Spring 1 - Battle of the Bands (Music through time) 

Spring 2 - Bright Lights, Big City (Light) 

Summer 1 - 

Summer 2 - 

8 Times Table Song (Cover of Rolling In The Deep by Adele)

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