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Lanchester Primary School

...for a better future

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Welcome To Year 4

Hello and welcome to Cairo class!

Class Teacher: Miss Clark

LSP: Mrs Mykherjee

Year 4 Curriculum Overview
Curriculum Newsletters

Year 4 Multiplication Tables Check: Update for Parents

Please see the document below for the latest information for parents about the statutory multiplication tables check, taking place in June 2021.

This leaflet is for schools to use with parents when explaining what the multiplication tables check is.

It includes information about:

  • why schools are doing the check
  • what happens during the check
  • access arrangements
  • how the results data is used

Home Learning

 

Home Learning Expectations

  • Homework is given out via Google Classroom on Thursdays and is due in on Tuesdays (submitted on Google Classroom).
  • There will be a piece of Maths or English given out each week and a topic related piece to complete during holidays 
  • Home Readers: children will be changing these independently if and when needed. They should be reading for 20 minutes every day, this should be to an adult and needs to be recorded in their Reading Record on Google Classroom.
  • Times tables : children to use Times Tables Rock Stars website to practise regularly for the weekly times table tests.  

 

Thank you for you continuing support

Useful websites

Year 3 and 4 Statutory Spelling List

Handwriting at Lanchester School

Recommended Reading List for Year 4

Mental Health & Well-being 

 

You can support children with their mental health in many different ways. You can give them ways to record their feelings on paper, help them to create positive plans for change, reflect on their best qualities with them or find positive ways of distracting them when they feel overwhelmed. These activities facilitate different methods of helping children develop positive coping strategies with a wide variety of resources to help with mental health.

Christmas Activities for Wellbeing

To help promote positive mental health try and find some time to encourage children to explore the ways they can look after their own wellbeing and mental health during these busy holidays. 

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