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Welcome to the Year 4 Page!



Welcome to our Year 4 class page.  I am excited to be teaching Year 4 again this year - I am sure that we will work hard and have lots of fun along the way.


Reading at home is a very valuable tool for your child’s progress, and there are many ways you can get involved. You can support your child by encouraging them to ‘keep at it’, as well as talking with them about what they are reading in order to help their understanding of the text. Reader of the Week will be chosen for sustained evidence of reading at home. Children can bring in their completed homework folders every Wednesday, but must be completed by Thursday. This means their work can be marked, ready for the new homework to be given out on Friday.


Please ensure that your child has their P.E kit in school all week so that they are prepared for any timetable changes, and that this includes suitable clothing for both indoor and outdoor activities.


I look forward to meeting you at Parents Evening later in the term, but until then, please get in touch if you wish to discuss any concerns about your child’s progress.


Thank you,


Rosie Dyer

Spring Term 2018


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The @year4belmont Twitter Page!

Please follow us and find out what we have been doing in the classroom. We currently have permission for photographs of children in year 4 to be published online. However, if you do not want your child to appear on the Twitter page please let us know.


If you have any worries or concerns about this please do not hesitate to get in touch.


Please click on the Twitter link above to go to our page.

Fabulous Writing

Using our Talk for Writing techniques, the children have produced some lovely writing this term. Maisie has written a wonderful description of Lucy entering Narnia for the first time:


The Evacuee

I have been delighted by the emotive stories written by the class on our topic of World War II. They show real empathy for the children who were evacuated. You can read a fabulous example by Scarlett below:


Rose sank into the train seat feeling small inside and fearful of what her new family would be like. Her eyes started to hurt because all of the fields started to blur into one. They had been chugging along on the train for what seemed like an eternity. She thought to herself, “Will we ever get there?”

Diwali Day

We were delighted to welcome Sunita from ‘The Indian Experience’ recently. We learnt lots about the Hindu religion as well as the country of India and created some beautiful artwork based on ‘Rangoli’ patterns, traditionally made to welcome people. We also had the chance to dress in traditional Indian dress and take part in some Bollywood style dancing- it was great fun!


More photos can be found in the Gallery.

Celebrating Harvest

I was so proud of the class when they, along with the children in Year 3, led our Harvest celebration. We all had great fun learning the songs and the children worked wonderfully together to perform in front of their friends and family. Well done everyone!


More photos can be found in the Gallery.

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World War II Day

I was really impressed by the outfits worn by the children on our World War II day. We had a fabulous time where the children role played being an evacuee; having to hide due to an air raid and then writing a letter home by candlelight. During the day, they made carrot cookies and had a go at 'make do and mend' - learning how to weave, sew on buttons and put patches on clothing. We also had a tasting session of some of the foods eaten during the war - not all of it very tasty! We then had the opportunity of looking at a real gas mask before making our own - quite tricky but they looked great! Thank you everyone at home for all of your support.


You can find more photos in the Gallery.


In science this term we are learning about sound. The children have been listening hard to recognise a change in pitch using drums, guitars and ukuleles. They also enjoyed making instruments to see how to actually change pitch eg by using a shorter straw or smaller sound box.

Rand Farm

We had a wonderful time at Rand Farm! We were all kept very busy looking after the animals which we found great fun! You can find more photos in the Gallery.


It was great to go back to Uganda this summer and see some familiar, and some new faces at Blessed Hope School. All the teachers and students send their greetings and I have even come back with some cards they have written to our school! The children are doing well; the late harvest means that they are now having 2 meals a day instead of 1 and they are so full of energy! Porridge in the morning and beans at lunch- can you imagine it? Here are some photos of the team I went with and the lovely people we met.

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