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Welcome to our Year 4 Page

In Year 4, we believe that the what we learn helps us becomes part of who we are. Our curriculum reflects this, allowing children to be inspired and inspire others. 

Term by Term

In the Autumn Term, we travel back in time to Ancient Egypt exploring the wonders of this time period and with the help of plenty of rolls of toilet paper, we transform ourselves into mummification experts learning the tricks of the trade on our fellow classmates!

Imagine embracing the Anglo-Saxon life. That’s exactly what happens in Y4 on our ‘Anglo Saxon Day’ in the Spring Term! Dressing from head to toe in Anglo-Saxon clothing, learning their way of life and hearing stories of their gods and goddesses are just some of the activities that children will be involved in over the course of this fun filled day!

In the Summer Term, we explore the River Tees and the surrounding areas learning about the features of a river and linking this with our local area and heritage. With enthusiasm in full flow we will journey to the river itself and see all of our learning come to life. 

Residential Experience

Our Year 4 residential takes us on an unforgettable adventure. Prepare yourself for pulse racing adventure as we challenge ourselves to achieve greatness and overcome the elements on Cod Beck reservoir. This unique experience should be not missed and is always the highlight for many of the students in Year 4. The adventures and marvellous memories of Cote Ghyll await! (Osmotherley).

24 Hour Classroom

In Year 4 we gain a second brain! At this exciting time, we begin to use the iPad to transform the way we teach and learn in and out of the classroom. Children in Year 4 will use this device as a powerful learning tool. With a range of creative tools, interactive iBooks and a universe of apps we endeavour to unlock the learning potential and harness the power within their fingertips.

To conclude

We strive to create a climate in which children love to learn by encouraging curiosity.

We pride ourselves on having friendly, approachable staff that are readily available to answer questions you may have.

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