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Welcome to Year 4. We have some exciting topics planned and we can’t wait to share them with you.

Our teacher is Miss Vickers

Our teaching assistants are: Miss Lyne and Mrs Whyman.

New routines to remember:

8.30am Family Bubble arrival via the KS2 gate

8:45am Year 6 Bubble arrival via the KS2 gate

2.50pm Family Bubble leaving via the KS2 gate

3.05pm Year 6 Bubble leaving via the KS2 gate

Y4 Curriculum newsletter autumn 2020

Y4 Medium Term Plan Spring Term 2021

Year 4 Term Medium Plan Summer Term 2021

Yearly Overview for Y4 updated

Physical Education

Our topics this half term are gymnastic and striking and fielding.

PE kit is a white T-shirt with blue shorts or jogging bottoms and a blue sweatshirt or hooded top. Often our PE lessons take part outside, so please make sure that you have suitable clothing. Our PE lesson takes place on a Wednesday and Friday, and at the moment, children come into school wearing their PE kits.


Homework is set each Monday via Google Classroom and is due to be handed in the following Monday. There will be English and Maths homework, focusing on current learning in class.

In Year 4, children are expected to read at home every night and Reading Records should be brought into school to be signed by a member of staff. Children should be learning their multiplication tables up to 12×12. Children can log onto Timestable Rockstars to support their learning and speed of multiplication tables.


At St Bede’s, we link across subjects, using a cross curricular approach.


In RE, we have been writing letters of appreciation for people in our Parish community. Below are some examples of our wonderful writing:

Dear Father Derek,
I want to tell you how much St. Bede’s school appreciates you and our church community. It is the best we could ask for. Thank you for our worships. Thank you for being our funniest and kindest priest. Thank you for reading us the Holy Bible. Thank you for inspiration. Thank you for guiding us through this tough time. You have always been there for us and we will try our hardest to be there for you. Your full church community is where our hearts stand, with you.
Dear Eucharistic Minister
Your role is extremely important because some people would never be able to go to Church but you bring it to them. Thank you for making it fair for everyone and still going to everyone even though you’re putting yourself at risk. Thank you for helping us through hard times and respecting everyone. Thank you for making sure that everyone can receive the gift of the blood and body of Christ.