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Holy Family Catholic Primary School

Barrow-in-Furness

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manager@holyfamily.cumbria.sch.uk

01229 828018

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 Welcome to Year 4!

Miss Puckey is the class teacher in Year 4.

Mrs Bragg and Mrs Stockill are our teaching assistances.

Mr Bowker will teach the class on Monday mornings.

 

Here are our curriculum maps so you can see all of the exciting things that we have planned for you this academic year.

Muddy Monday!

Monday is our outdoor day where many of our tasks and activities will take place outside.  Please make sure the children are dressed in suitable outside clothes and footwear that are appropriate for the weather.

 

PE

Our PE days are Monday (swimming at Barrow Leisure Centre 8:50 set off from school) and Friday. Please make sure your child has their PE kit and trainers, labeled, in school for these days. Earrings must be removed, unless your child is able to take them out themselves, and hair must be tied up.  

 

Music

The children will be learning to play guitar this year. We will have an external music teacher come in to deliver the lessons. This will take place on Tuesday afternoons.

 

Homework

Reading - The children will be required to read each day (approximately 30 minutes) Please record using your child's online reading journal, on Showbie, when you hear them read aloud at home.  

TT Rockstars - The children will continue to have access to Times Tables Rockstars both at school and at home.  Access to this resource at home will help to improve their speed and accuracy of mental recall of multiplication and division facts for the 1 to 12 times tables ready for their 'Times table check' which will take place next June.

Spellings - For the half term are attached on the School Jotter as a news letter, posted via Showbie and also attached below. Each Monday they will be given new spellings to learn for a short test on Friday. Children will use EdShed to learn and develop their spelling skills. 

 

'Somewhere inside all of us is the powers to change the world.' - Roald Dahl.