Our teacher is Mrs Manners and our teaching assistant is Mrs Newton.
There are 29 children in our class, 17 girls and 12 boys.
Click here to see our learning at home during COVID19
Please contact Mrs Manners at: Year4@victoria.staffs.sch.uk
Let's see what you can bake! Here are some blueberry muffins that I made this morning with my son.
Fatima made smiley cookies.
Send photos of your bake. Send your recipe too!
School Closure Homework
Please complete the packs that have been sent home plus the weekly homework tasks.
Prizes will be awarded upon returning to school to pupils who have given their best during this school closure.
Summer 1 Maths Target
I know all the multiplication and division facts for the 11 and 12 tables
PLEASE COMPLETE YOUR TARGET TEST AND SEND MRS MANNERS THE RESULTS!
How quickly can you complete it correctly?
There are places in our Nursery for September. Please let others know. Thanks!
Times Tables Super Stars
All year 4 pupils will be tested on their times tables towards the end of the school year. Pupils should be able to complete between 40 and 60 times tables in 2 minutes. These are our stars:
Zoshia, Velizar, Subhan, Hana, Mahdia,Tayba, Salahuddin, Fatima and M Noor
Useful Website Links
Please send 'Caught on Camera' photos to email@example.com These photos should be somewhere in your house or garden since we're all at home at the moment. Thank you!
Complete activities for each subject (above)
Spend time playing educational games on-line
Work on a project from your home pack
Be Safe and Happy
As part of our British values we have been discussing democracy and how we can influence decision making through the democratic process. The class took part in a mock election to elect the class representatives for School Council, Sports Council and Eco Warriors.
We discussed that the rule of law protects everyone and how we need school and class codes to distinguish right from wrong and also how these may differ from some religious views and opinions.
Through our PSHE and RE lessons, we discuss and model freedom of speech via pupil participation in circle time, class discussions and debates. We respect and promote our cultural and religious differences by celebrating multicultural festivals.