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St Peter's Church of England (VA) Primary School

One Family, Aiming High, Learning Together with God

Year 4

Year 4 2022-2023

Welcome to Year 4!


The class teacher is Mrs Randolph, supported by Mrs Kennaway.

We are excited for a fantastic year ahead!



Year 4 PE will now be on Wednesdays and Fridays.

Please come to school in your PE kit.


Year 4 is an important year, we will be working hard to make lots of progress and achieve the best we can in everything, including the national times tables test in the Summer Term.


Please check back regularly for updates about Year 4 and our learning


Forest school will be every 2 weeks on a Thursday afternoon.

Please ensure the children have wellies and a waterproof coat with a hood in school.



Reading records will be checked and books changed on Fridays.


Homework will go home on a Friday and be checked on Wednesdays with a spelling test too.


You are welcome to email to make contact, however if the message is urgent, please contact the office.

In Year 4 this week...



The children have been working hard this week in maths, developing their knowledge and understanding of dividing 2 and 3 digit numbers by 1 digit, using part-whole models to support them. They have all made great progress!


In English, we have continued exploring our core text, Tom's Sausage Lion, by Michael Morpurgo.  We have been focussing on the main character, Tom, and the children have been writing fabulous persuasive paragraphs, in role as Tom.


In History we continue to learn about the changing role of women.  This week we have been learning all about the First World War, the impact it had on women's lives and the opportunities that arose for them afterwards.


Finally, today was number day!  The children all looked fabulous and we've had a fun day exploring maths during our lessons today.  The highlight, I'm sure, was using their estimating skills to guess the number of sweets in the jar!


Have a lovely weekend.


Mrs Randolph


















Our class trip to the Verulamium Museum in St. Albans