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Dear Parents,

Welcome to year 4! All the children have settled in well and are already working super hard! We have a fun-filled year ahead with lots of exciting learning planned. 

I have added most of the important information for you on here but please don't hesitate to talk to me or one of the TA's if you have any queries.

Kind Regards,

Miss Sharp :)


Class Teacher - Miss Sharp
TA Support - Mrs Simpson
                     Mrs Vinaka


Swimming is every Friday. Children will require swimwear and towel. Girls are to have their hair tied and bring a swimming cap.


PE is every Wednesday. Please ensure that your child have a PE kit and that they bring it into school.

Topic Coverage

Focus History
 English  Newspaper report
 Historical Narrative
 History  1066 – the Norman   Conquest
 Art &   design  The Bayeux Tapestry
 Computing  Searching the web
 Online maps
 Creating presentations
 D&T  Making Norman helmets
 Designing castles
 Geography  Place Knowledge - England
 Mathematics  Place Value
 PE  Target games
 Attacking and defending   games
 PSHE  Dealing with conflict

Help your child prepare for their project

1066 was a year of great change for Britain. Why not visit a castle or fort together to find out who lived there and when it was built? You could also make a life-sized soldier! Take it in turns to draw around each other’s bodies on large pieces of paper and use images of Norman or Anglo-Saxon soldiers to inspire your design. Alternatively, you could work together to write a diary entry as a king who is about to go into battle. How would you feel?

battlethe 4 kings


Multiplication Test
You should have recieved before the holidays a letter about the new standardized test starting this year for year 4. This is to ensure that all children are moving up with a secure knowledge of their multiplications up to 12 x 12. 

As a school we have introduced TT Rockstars which allows your child to practice their multiplication skills at home and compete against their classmates. They should be recieving their logins as of next week so stay tuned!


Spellings will be stuck in the childrens homework books every week. These are to be learnt ready for the weekly spelling test on a Wednesday.


Homework is handed out on a Friday and should be brought back in on a Wednesday. All Homeworks are relevant to recent learning and are provided to help consolidate knowledge.



It’s probably the most famous date in English history... we’re travelling back to 1066!

King Edward is dying, so we’ll write job applications for the role of King. We’ll research the events of 1066 using books and online information. What was the Battle of Hastings, and how did it change our country? We’ll discover what life was like for Norman people and dress up as Normans for the day. We’ll be history detectives, looking closely at the Bayeux Tapestry and sketching parts of it. We’ll use different source materials to research Norman castles and online maps to locate them. In English, we’ll write emotive poems about war and get into character to write diary entries. We’ll make a Domesday Book all about our class. At the end of the ILP, we’ll think about what the Normans did for us and share our learning with you. We’ll finish by embroidering a panel about ourselves.

bayeux tapestryskipton castle

Here is the knowledge organiser for this Topic for your child to access at home.



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