Year 4

Happy New Year! We hope you had lots of fun and rest over the festive period. It’s already been great to see the children ready and raring to go for 2019.

Class Teachers

Year 4 Teacher
Miss Campy

Support Teachers
Mrs Richardson

Important Dates

Spring 1:
18th January – Training day
11th February – Y3/4 Indoor Athletics
12th February PM – Y2, Y3 and Y6 Musical Extravaganza
13th February – Parent’s consultation meetings
15th February – half term

Spring 1:
7th March – World Book Day
14th -15th March – Y3 Residential to Malham Tarn
5th April – Easter holidays

How will we reward good learners/well behaved pupils?

Notes home
Phone calls home
Mentions in assembly
Team points
Whole class reward times
Positive praise
Stickers/stampers

Class Information

P.E. Information

Year 3 P.E days are on Wednesday and Friday.


Year 4 P.E and swimming day is Wednesday. For swimming sessions, please ensure your child brings with them a dark coloured swimming costume, goggles (if required but not necessary), a towel and a healthy fruit snack. Long hair should be tied up and all ear piercings removed.

 

Weather permitting; P.E lessons may take place outside. Please ensure your child has both their indoor and outdoor P.E kit in school including suitable footwear.

Library Books Information

Library day: Tuesday

Reading Books Information

Reading Books changes:

Please read with your child daily and ensure they have their book-bags in school every day. Reading Book changes will be on Monday.

Homework Information

Homework

A new homework grid will be given to all children this half term. Children will need to return these every Wednesday to be marked and will receive them back on Fridays.

 

Spellings

Children will be given spellings to learn each week. There will be a spelling test each Monday and then new spellings will be given out. Please encourage your child to read the word, cover it up, write the word and then check it. The spellings are given in a random order during the test.

Headlice

To keep headlice under control, remember… once a week, take a peek!

It is really important to check for lice weekly, even if you do not think your child has them. If you do find headlice, please treat immediately and notify a member of staff so that other parents can be made aware. If your child has long hair, tying it up might reduce their chances of catching them.

For more information, visit this great website: www.onceaweektakeapeek.ie

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