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Year 4 – Kestrels Bulletin: If you have any questions about work packs you can email the Teachers on the Year Group email.

Welcome to Year 4 – Kestrels

Class Teacher: Mrs Wood

Support From: Mrs Swan

Teaching and Support Staff Mrs Wood and Mrs Swan
Kestrels 2020-2021

Class Information

  • Reading books are changed when your child has completed their book. (Please remember to sign their reading record and ask them questions about their book to show that they understand what they have read). Reading books need to be in school every day.
  • Spellings, Literacy and Maths homework are given out on Fridays
  • PE - outdoor on Wednesday and indoor Friday.
  • Autumn Term

    This term, as part of our WWII theme, Year 4 have done some coding, learnt about life as an evacuee and written a Blitz diary. We had great fun with our string telephones and learning body percussion in Music. The children have enjoyed acquiring tag rugby skills and doing a cross country run. Swimming has been a great success! In Art they have created WWII propaganda posters and Blitz pictures.

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