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Headteacher: Sarah Boyce
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Year 4 Curriculum

Reading Book Links

Please click on the link below to find some books online for your child to read – or for you to read with your child. Book Trust

Virtual Tours to explore – April 2020 Home Learning activity

Exciting virtual tours for you to explore. How many can you find that will extend your home learning or your latest school learning topic? 60+ Virtual Tours and Trips

Year 4 Curriculum Topic Information – Spring 2 2020 – Navigating the Nile!

Year 4 curriculum letter Spring 2 2020

Year 4 Spring 2020 – Curriculum Information – How is the World Changing?

Year 4 Spring 1 2020 Curriculum Information – How is the World Changing?

Swimming Spring Term important note

Year 4 Swimming: Please can we remind parents that children need to wear appropriate clothing for swimming. This is trunks for boys (NOT loose fitting swim shorts) and a one-piece costume for girls (preferably not ‘frilly’ or with excess fabric). This is due to health and safety and the guidance that we have to follow

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RSA4 Social Action Project

On Tuesday, ten pupil ambassadors from Year 4 journeyed to Sutton Park Primary School RSA for the first meeting of our exciting project. Once there, we were joined by four other schools: Kitwell Primary School, St Stephens RSA, Allens Croft Primary and of course our hosts, Sutton Park RSA.  We discussed how life goes on

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An Explorer Visits Oldbury Park

On Wednesday, in Year 4, we had an exciting afternoon!  We had a visit from Jamie Buchanan-Dunlop, an RSA Fellow who has also been to the Arctic. We invited him in to share his adventures with us. He told us his last Arctic adventure was six weeks living in an Arctic village. The average temperature

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Year 4 ‘Changes’ WOW Experiences

We began our introduction to Solids, Gases and Liquids with a trip to Forest School. Miss Doughty made a fire for us and we began our adventure of ‘Changes’ by having a debate on why Popcorn ‘pops!’ and a kettle boils producing steam.  We used the correct scientific vocabulary to describe the processes to each

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