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Hello Year 4,


It was lovely to see some of you last Wednesday. Thank you for your lovely gifts smiley.


The format for Maths and English remain the same as last week. There are 2 topic timetables - the first timetable follows the same pattern of daily suggested activities; the second timetable has a variety of suggested activities that you can do in any order. You can choose which ever one you would like to do. 


I can't believe that the end of term is here. It has been a pleasure to teach you all and I will treasure the fun times that we shared. Have a wonderful summer break and see you all back in September.


If you have any questions or work to show me, please use , putting Mrs Ofosu in the subject and I will get back to you.


Mrs Ofosu

ENGLISH Week beginning 29th June

TOPIC Week beginning 22nd June

Timetable Week beginning 4th May

Timetable Week beginning 27th April

My Anime Pictures

The Dragon Who Ate Our School - Thursday 23rd April

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Weekly Topic from 30th March to 3rd April

Guidance For Parents


Suggested Reading


Key Texts:

Beowulf -  Michael Morpurgo

The Firework Maker's Daughter - Phillip Pullman

How to Train your Dragon - Cressida Cowell

Charlotte's Web - E B White

Until I Met Dudley - Roger McGough


Further suggestions:

Bill's New Frock – Anne Fine

Voices In The Park - Anthony Browne

Why The Whales Came – Michael Morpurgo

Perry Angel's Suitcase - Glenda Millard  

The Snow Walker's Son - Catherine Fisher

The Great Elephant Chase - Gillian Cross

War Horse - Michael Morpurgo


Harvest festival

We enjoy reading.

Maths - comparing numbers

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