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NEW 10 MINUTE CHALLENGE: write about a magical object with life-changing powers! Visit the '10 Minute Challenge' page under the 'Curriculum' tab for more information - Visit the 'Curriculum' page to take part in Mrs McCormack's creative photography competition :0)  CLICK NOW TO SEE THE AMAZING ENTRIES SO FAR!                                                                                                                                        
Welcome to Year Four!
Gecko Class
Mrs Judd(Head of Year)
Mrs Boswell
Crocodile Class 
Mrs Oseni
Mrs Armstrong 
Chameleon Class
Miss Moore
Mrs Walker

Important Contacts:

Mrs Russell - Office Manager

Mrs Cairns and Mrs Collins - SENco
Mrs Cairns and Mrs Park - DSL 

Welcome to the Year 4 section of our website! In Year 4 we strive to provide children with new and exciting learning experiences which they are fully engaged in and enjoy. We have lots of new projects this year and a few surprises along the way.

Year 4 children should be reading 5x a week with an adult signature. There is also a homework to be completed in their reading diaries weekly. The spelling homework link for each week is below. 
24/03/20 We are very impressed with all the homework you have sent in so far. Please keep these coming to our email address below. Also thank you for the photos, drawings and little notes you are sending! Each one means so much to us. See you soon Year 4!
Have you seen the chalk photo competition on our curriculum homepage? See the home scrolling bar for more information.  
Home Learning
Each day you will be set three pieces of work:
1. Reading
2. SPaG
3. Maths 
For lots of practical and fun ideas, please look at the supporting your child tab - in the curriculum section of the website.
Due to the capacity of website space, older activities will be deleted when new tasks are uploaded.
Term 4 - Week 5 - Friday 27th March
Term 4 - Week 5 - Wednesday 25th March
Term 4 - Week 5 - Tuesday 24th March
For the maths work think about the 'regular and irregular shapes we have looked at. For example an irregular hexagon will still have 6 sides but they wont all be the same length like in the regular hexagons.Maths Properties of 2D shapes questionsMaths 2D shape word matReading text - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - PowerPoint
Term 4 - Week 5 - Monday 23rd March
Term 4:



Park Wood Schools Federation
Deanwood Drive
Telephone: 01634 234699

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