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Slyne-With-Hest St Luke's Church of England Primary School

Listen, learn, love and laugh as part of God's family

Year 4

Welcome to Year 4

Our teachers are Mrs Winder (Monday - Wednesday morning) and Mr Forde (Wednesday afternoon - Friday).

We are helped by Mrs Savage (every morning and two afternoons) and Mrs Overfield (two afternoons).

Information for Year 4 Parents about the Multiplication Check

We are very much looking forward to this term! It seems to have come round very quickly, we have so much still to learn and so much fun to be had. We are really excited for our history topics which are the Anglo-Saxons and the Vikings, we could spend every minute totally absorbed in this period! We will be studying The Last Viking by Terry Deary in English after half term but before that we are going to be challenged by our poetry investigations in The Lost Words to develop our reading and writing skills. We are doing so well with our times tables which will continue along with perfecting our arithmetic and reasoning skills. We are going to be reading a class novel at the end of every day - which one will it be for this term?


We ask that you read your school reading book at least three times a week, discuss the books with a grown up and get your reading record signed.

The homework focus this term will be reading, spellings and times tables. 


PE will be every Tuesday and Friday - please make sure that you come to school in your school PE kit. This must consist of a white top and black shorts and we suggest that you also wear navy or black jogging bottoms and your school jumper as we will try and get out for PE in most weather conditions!


Please do practise times tables  at home - it is really important that you become quicker in all the tables. You all have a times tables rock stars login and a purple mash login so you can practise online regularly. For more ideas on how to practice your tables please see the link above multiplication-check-information-for-parents


Here's to another great half-term!


Mrs Winder, Mr Forde and Mrs Savage