Year 4 - Swallow & Swift
Welcome to Year 4, Swift and Swallow classes.
The class teacher is Miss Daly and the teaching assistants are Miss Riley and Mrs Thompson-Balk (Mrs TB).
The class teacher is Miss Froud and the teaching assistants are Mrs Buckler and Mrs Lung.
Other members of Staff in Year 4
The Year 4 teachers are given Preparation, Planning and Assessment (PPA) time on a Thursday morning and is covered by Mrs Burnell, Mrs Fox and Mr Harris.
General Information for Parents in Year 4
Both classes will have P.E on a Monday afternoon and Thursday morning. Please make sure that your child's P.E kits are clean and ready to use on these days. If your child wears earrings, they must be removed before school on P.E days. If this isn't possible, we request that you tape your child's ears before school and remove the tape at the end of the day. Teachers are not able to administer the tape on your behalf.
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If your child has a verruca, please let your class teacher know. It is school policy that if your child is well enough to come to school then they are well enough to participate in the P.E lessons.
Our cloakroom areas can become quite crowded with bags, coats and uniform. Please help us to keep it tidy and to cut down the lost property by using small bags, labelling everything and only bringing in essentials. Let us know if anything goes missing, we'll do our best to help you find it.
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The Curriculum for the school can be found here.
Please make sure that your children have appropriate clothing as we will be going out in all weathers.
All children are expected to ready at least five times a week for at least 15 minutes. The children need to record their reading on Seesaw and complete the VIPERS reading question.
Please note that during the current Covid-19 situation, the school is currently not accepting any visitors to the school to help with reading.
Children will receive a bronze medal for completing at least five reads in a week. This is the only homework set each week.
Our main aim is that children become readers because they love reading and sharing books with adults and their friends. Sharing lots of books at home is important. Good readers become good writers.