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Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Roman Catholic Primary School

Let no one ever come to us without leaving feeling better and happier.

Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Roman Catholic Primary School

Let no one ever come to us without leaving feeling better and happier.

Class 4

Welcome to Class 4!

 

Hello and welcome to Class 4!


My name is Miss Alderson and I am the class teacher. Mr Blundell and Miss Naz are our learning support assistants.
 
Blackburn with Darwen Wider Opportunities Music Service
Class 4 is very fortunate to have lessons provided by the Blackburn with Darwen wider opportunities Music Service. Each term, we learn to play a musical instrument and hold an end of term performance to show everyone what we have learnt! During the autumn term, we will be learning to play the ukuleles.
 
P.E.
P.E. lessons are on Thursdays and Fridays. Your child will need a full PE kit (white t-shirt, blue shorts and black pumps). Please make sure this is in school for all of the half term.

Home reading
Please bring these in everyday with the reading record signed. We want to make reading enjoyable and involve your child in this experience.
 
Homework
Spellings will be given out each Monday to be tested the following Monday. Please practice these. Times tables homework will be given out on a Wednesday. This is to be handed in the following Monday. 

By the end of Year 4 children are expected to know all their times tables up to 12 x 12. It would be great if they could practice them at home! Please encourage your child to have a look at the times tables section and try out the games and activities on there.
 
If you have any questions regarding the curriculum your child is being taught, please contact school.
 
At Our Lady's we are always pleased to meet our parents. I will be available to talk to you any day before 8.45 and after school. If you would like me to ring you, please leave a message at the school office.

 

Curriculum Overview - Year 4

Curriculum Overview - Year 4 1

RE Yearly Overview ('Come and See' Scheme)

RE Yearly Overview ('Come and See' Scheme) 1

RE Yearly Overview ('Come and See' scheme) - Printable version

Maths yearly overview

Maths yearly overview 1

Year 4 have demonstrated the digestive system from chewing to pooing!

Year 4 had fun during science using disclosing tablets to see the plaque on their teeth. They also learnt how much sugar was in food and they were quite shocked!

Year 4 had fun during science using disclosing tablets to see the plaque on their teeth. They also learnt how much sugar was in food and they were quite shocked! 1
Year 4 had fun during science using disclosing tablets to see the plaque on their teeth. They also learnt how much sugar was in food and they were quite shocked! 2

Year 4 have been using natural resources to build outside. Some children used sticks and string inside to build a model. They had lots of fun!

Maths yearly overview - Printable version

18th December 2019 Year 4 visited Suez Waste transfer station and saw what happens to Blackburn rubbish. They learnt all about which bins to use at home, the importance of recycling as well as landfills. They behaved brilliantl, well done Year 4!

Year 4 have decorated biscuits with festive sprinkles and icing.

Year 4 took part in a workshop. They have made a confidence building jar. Each colour represents something that they are proud of.

Year 4 have been very busy writing their own version of the Pied Piper story using their story mountains to help them.

In Golden time we have been decorating ginger bread men. This was a reward for our amazing behaviour this week in PE.

Year 4 were using drama to understand the thoughts and feelings and speech of the characters in their new stories.

Our class service was about 'being chosen.' The focus of this was to read the story of 'the calls of the fisherman.' Think about why God chooses us and how does this make us fell.

In RE we celebrated the end of the topic with a Prayer Service. We talked about family and what it means to be part of Gods family.

In music Year 4 are learning to play the Ukulele. We have learnt the Ukulele song and also learnt how to keep a beat and how to do the thumb brush strum!

Parents Guide to the National Curriculum

Friday 28th February: Celebration Assembly at 9.10am, all are welcome to join us! /Sunday 1st March: Sacramental Programme Mass 9.30am in Church (Parents and children) /Monday 2nd March: Year 1 Visit to Blackburn Museum /Year 5/6 Cross Country at Witton Park for those selected 4.15pm start (meet at 4.00pm) /Thursday 5th March: World Book Day lunch for children/Sacramental Reconciliation Mass in Church 6.00pm (Parents and children) /Friday 6th March: Year 5 Visit to Blackburn Museum/Celebration Assembly at 9.10am, all are welcome.
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