Year 4

Year 4

Hello and welcome to the Year 4 Class. Thank you for taking the time to look at all the exciting things we get up to!

Our team include Mrs Gough (Teacher), Mr Glendinning (1:1) and Mrs Stuteley (TA).

St Anne Class

St. Anne class prayer 

 Dear God, 

Thank you for sending your kind son, Jesus, to guide us through life and for the sacrifices that he made for us. 

We ask you for your guidance in making our learning environment safe and peaceful, and as we follow Jesus’ footsteps, guide us to become responsible citizens for our school community. 

Thank you for allowing us to play with our friends and eat well. Thank you for allowing us to guide each other when we encounter challenges or conflicts. 

Thank you for providing us with the ability to feel, to manage our emotions, and for empowering us to provide our friends and loved ones with support. 

Thank you for allowing us to reflect when we make the wrong choices and supporting us to make the right decisions. 

Thank you for the life we are given. 

Thank you for giving us grace and the power to believe, succeed and soar.  


Lent Term Learning Overview

On Mondays throughout this term, Year 4 will have swimming. Please ensure your child wears their PE kit to school and brings a bag with their swimsuit and towel.

Class Timetable

Morning LearningLunchAfternoon Learning
MondayMaths Fluency, Music, SwimmingScience, Choral worship
TuesdayVIPERS, Maths, Religious EducationEnglish, Celebration of the Word
WednesdayVIPERS, Maths, EnglishFrench, RSHE, Class liturgical prayer
ThursdayVIPERS,Maths EnglishWOW/ History, Computing
FridayVipers,Maths, Religious EducationWOW/ Art, Celebration Assembly

Termly Overviews

Our Wonderful Work this Term!

Colsterworth Festival of Performing Arts - St Mary's Choir

Living Rosary – The baptism of Jesus

Art: creating individual paintings as part of the Batik topic.

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Home Learning

Reading at home

Questions To Ask Your Child When Reading

As we all know reading is such a key part of our development.  Early reading ignites creativity, sparks curiosity, and stimulates the imagination in young children. Often, this leads to role-play as children grow which helps to develop other skills such as empathy, problem-solving, and morality.

When you share books with your child here are some questions to help you get even more from the experience.

Supporting Your Child’s Reading At Home

Helping Your Child At Home With Reading Year 4

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