Welcome to Year 4!
4OG - Mrs Organ and Miss Grey
4J - Miss Jewell
CURRICULUM OVERVIEW: For the latest Curriculum Termly Topic for Year 4 please see link below.
Year 4 Anglo-Saxon Topic: Y4 have really enjoyed their Anglo-Saxon topic and finished off Term 4 by creating or drawing Anglo-Saxon houses for homework.
Here are just a few of some of the amazing pieces we’ve had in. Well done Year 4!
As part of our Year 4 Home Learning, the children have been looking at illustrations by Quentin Blake following a YouTube video of how to draw Willy Wonka. We were very impressed with what the children achieved. Well Done! ⭐️
Year 4 Overnight Outdoor Adventure - Fernhill Farm ** NEW DATE 1st and 2nd July 2021**
Please see a copy of the letter below which covers all the information for our upcoming Overnight Camp in June 2021. A letter was also sent home via SchoolPing on 9th February. If you have any questions please contact your class teacher or forward an email to school.
Term 1: Our Year 4 Roman Topic homework displays
Year 4 Ancient Romans: The Year 4 classes had a very busy Autumn Term learning about different aspects of Ancient Roman life. They created a range of artefacts both in school and at home. During the last week of term, to celebrate their learning they chose some of their artefacts and created museum like labels. Here are some of their amazing achievements! Well done to everyone in classes 4J, 4L and 4O.
Shared Learning Event Thursday 13th February 2020: Year 4 parents and carers were invited to come along and share their child's learning after school.
Year 4 Explorer Dome Visit February 2020: Year 4 started their Science topic of sound with a visit from Explorer Dome. In the dome they learnt about vibration, sound waves, pitch and hearing through an interactive and hands on show. There was thunder and lightening, pops and pipes and music made. It was an experience not to be forgotten! Thank you to Ben, Matina and James from Explorer Dome
Year 4 Roman Display at Weston Museum: On 18th December Year 4 had the opportunity to showcase their work from the Romans Topic at the Weston Museum. They all worked extremely hard producing work to be displayed, even writing informative labels to go with each item on show. The Museum's education and history department were so impressed with the pieces that they produced.
Raise The Roof: On 27th November, Year 3 and Year 4 children from St Martin’s, Worle Village and Worlebury St Paul’s came together for ‘Raise the Roof’.
The children had learnt songs about saving the planet and created things to wear made out of recycling. They all performed beautifully! A big thank you to Anne Clough from North Somerset Music Service for teaching us the songs and leading the performance.
Year 4 Museum Workshop October 2019: During Term 2, our Year 4 children took part in a Museum Workshop. Miss Bell from Weston Museum visited us with a selection of artefacts and taught us how to put together an exciting museum display in preparation for our own Museum. The children learnt how to set up a display and how to make appropriate labels for different artefacts.
Year 4 Caerleon Roman Fort Visit 14th November 2019 by Freija and Lola Class 4O: “Firstly, Year 4 went to the Museum and tried on armour in the barracks. Secondly, we looked at all the jewellery and coins. We then went to the baths and saw remains of the Roman Baths followed by a yummy lunch. We went into the hut and Freya was a rich person and Lola was a slave. We then returned to school.”
WEBSITES FOR LEARNING AT ST. MARTIN'S
Just a reminder about some of the websites we use at school to help children learn that you can also access at home!
https://play.edshed.com/login Spelling Shed and Maths Shed
(pupils have their own log in name and password)
Times Tables Rock Stars: (pupils already have their own log in and password)
https://readingeggs.co.uk/ (pupils have log in details)
This website has links to lots of maths games that are both computer and tablet
Username: student3749 Password: stmartins
Espresso online gives children access to useful resources to help them with their learning, covering a range of subjects. A reminder of log in details has been sent home via email to parents.