Our Lady and St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

Our Lady and St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

Searching faithfully for excellence

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Fitzwilliam Street, Rotherham,South Yorkshire S63 7HG

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Year 4

Welcome to the Year Four Blog

Keep an eye on this blog to find out what we have been learning about this half term.
Below you will also find the timetable and homework for this week.

Year 4 Class Blog

5 weeks to go

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Here we go, another week begins team.

We may have said goodbye to Mrs Newton last week but that doesn't mean we can slow down. We only have 5 weeks left to get Y5 ready and complete our Paper Caper topic.

This week we are continuing our work with Robin's story in literacy, looking at character traits and development in Comprehension and completing some of our measures learning in Numeracy.

If you want a closer look at what we've got planned this week, you can view our timetable here:

timetable-14.6.21.docx

Let's have another fantastic week guys!

Y4 Staff


Welcome back to the Final Half Term

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We're looking forward to seeing you all back in school to start our last half term of Y4.

Let's end the year with an excellent last half term team!

We starting a new genre in writing, biographies and autobiographies. Some of you will remember the different from our prefix lessons. We're also starting time in numeracy, so Miss Walter's group should be experts by now. We're looking at 'The King of the Sky' in Comprehension. A lovely story that we have read before during our Y3 lockdown.

We are also starting our new Paper Caper topic. We did this last year in Y3 but we're obviously much further on with our skills and learning now so we can push deeper into this topic since you won't see it again while you're at this school. We'll be looking at David Hockney's art work and recreating it in a variety of ways. We'll also look at Human digestion and food webs in science.

Here's your timetable:

timetable-7.6.21.docx

Have a great week team,

Y4 staff :)


Gospel Assembly (24.05.21)

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To celebrate Pentecost Sunday, we've got a treat of a Gospel assembly for you that all year groups have been involved in. It is here for you to enjoy and be part of at home: Pentecost Gospel Assembly.mp4  We hope you enjoy it.


It's the final countdown!

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We have one week left Y4!

We have a lot to get through in order to complete all of the work expected from us.

We have a river report to publish, artwork to complete as well as our regular lessons!

I know we can get it all done if we concentrate and work hard though.

Don't forget, Wednesday is still your swim day so come in appropriate PE kit with your swimming equipment in a bag (unless you are wearing your swim clothing beneath your uniform.) You MUST wear uniform on your upper half; a white t-shirt and school jumper or cardigan. 

You were all really sensible and impressed the teachers in last week's RSE lesson. please continue that grown up KS2 approach this week as we discuss the relevant learning.

You can view this week's timetable here:

Timetable 24.5.21.docx

Let's have a great week and really earn our week off Y4!

Y4 staff


Week beginning 4.5.21

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Welcome to week 4.

May the 4th be with you!

We are hoping for some out of this world learning this week!

We'll be completing your angler fish reports in literacy this week and looking at more decimal knowledge in our numeracy lessons. We have some ore river knowledge to cover before our field study to the River Dearne next week! Let's continue to make a splash at swimming on Wednesday!

Here's your timetable for this week, in-case you wanted to see what was coming up!

Timetable 4.5.21.docx

Looking forward to another great week team!

Mr Shillaw and Mrs Newton


Below are the timetable and homework for this week.

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