W/B 1/3/21

Dear Y4 Families,


We are nearly there! Only a week of home learning left before we all return to school. This has been a learning journey for all involved but we are very grateful for your continued support and feedback. We would also like to take the time to thank our wonderful Y4 children, who have continued to work hard and achieve whilst learning at home.


Whole School Art Project- Please can all fabric be returned to the box outside school as soon as possible. 



As in previous weeks, please see the bottom of the timetable for when your child needs to be available on Teams for their group session.  In the group sessions this week, your child will be reflecting on their home learning experience. See the bottom of the timetable for more information.


This week:

  • Children will begin a new fractions topic in Maths
  • In history, we will study another Monarch who lived at Hampton Court Palace and compare them to Henry VIII
  • We will also meet William III, who has a task for us!
  • Children will continue to code in computing.


World Book Week:


A message from Mrs Taylor and Miss Nichols:


World Book Day is on Thursday next week (4th March). Since the majority of children will not be in school next week, we are planning a dressing up Book Day later in the school year, on 23rd April. This date is Shakespeare’s birthday, St George’s Day and the Travelling Book fair will also be in school that week. We would still like to celebrate the actual day next week, so teachers are planning book related activities for children on this day.

We will also be creating a paper chain of all the books the children in school and at home read next week (1st-7th March). We would like the children to write their name, class and the title of the books they have read on strips of paper. They can do this for every book they have read (or have had read to them). Bug Club books are also included. A template will be provided in your child’s home learning area on the website to print out, or any similar sized strips of paper can be used. Children should bring their slips of paper into school when they return on the 8th March. We will make the strips into a paper chain and put it up at school to see if we can travel the length of the building with all the books the children have read.


Please see Thursday’s webpage for World Book Day Activities and the Guess Who Challenge.


Any questions please contact us via the Y4 group email:


Best wishes,

Y4 Team


Please call the School Office on 020 8894 4777 for details and booking of our November School Tours for one parent/carer of Nursery or Reception Children starting in September 2022.