Welcome to Class 4

 

Year 4 are taught by Mrs Cassell and Mrs Procter is our teaching assistant. We have 22 fantastic children in our class. 

 

 

Class 4 information

All the information regarding our topic can be found on our topic page.

Year 4 expectations

Class Timetable 

PE

Our PE days are on Monday and Thursday. Please send your child in wearing PE kit on these days.

 

Times Tables

By the end of Year 4, children are expected to know the times tables up to 12. We practise times tables every day in school and learn new times tables each week. Please support your child with learning their times table. This can be done by chanting times tables together or quick recall during the day. Below are some helpful websites. 

Times Table Rock Stars

Hit the button

Multiplication fishing 

Timestables.co.uk

Mental Maths train

 

Homework

Homework is handed out on a Friday to be completed by Monday. This will either be set on Century tech or using a homework book. Each week, the children will learn a new spelling pattern each week. This will be written in each child's spelling book and will be set on Spelling Shed. The final week of a term is a revision week to recap all the new spelling patterns. Some children may prefer to practise their spellings in other ways. Below I have linked some other ideas that may be useful.

Spelling Menu

 

If you have any questions, please make contact, either by email

hcassell@highlegh.cheshire.sch.uk

 or by phoning the school office to make an appointment.

 

 

Welcome to Class 4

 

Year 4 are taught by Mrs Cassell and Mrs Procter is our teaching assistant. We have 22 fantastic children in our class. 

 

 

Class 4 information

All the information regarding our topic can be found on our topic page.

Year 4 expectations

Class Timetable 

PE

Our PE days are on Monday and Thursday. Please send your child in wearing PE kit on these days.

 

Times Tables

By the end of Year 4, children are expected to know the times tables up to 12. We practise times tables every day in school and learn new times tables each week. Please support your child with learning their times table. This can be done by chanting times tables together or quick recall during the day. Below are some helpful websites. 

Times Table Rock Stars

Hit the button

Multiplication fishing 

Timestables.co.uk

Mental Maths train

 

Homework

Homework is handed out on a Friday to be completed by Monday. This will either be set on Century tech or using a homework book. Each week, the children will learn a new spelling pattern each week. This will be written in each child's spelling book and will be set on Spelling Shed. The final week of a term is a revision week to recap all the new spelling patterns. Some children may prefer to practise their spellings in other ways. Below I have linked some other ideas that may be useful.

Spelling Menu

 

If you have any questions, please make contact, either by email

hcassell@highlegh.cheshire.sch.uk

 or by phoning the school office to make an appointment.

 

 

Welcome to Class 4

 

Year 4 are taught by Mrs Cassell and Mrs Procter is our teaching assistant. We have 22 fantastic children in our class. 

 

 

Class 4 information

All the information regarding our topic can be found on our topic page.

Year 4 expectations

Class Timetable 

PE

Our PE days are on Monday and Thursday. Please send your child in wearing PE kit on these days.

 

Times Tables

By the end of Year 4, children are expected to know the times tables up to 12. We practise times tables every day in school and learn new times tables each week. Please support your child with learning their times table. This can be done by chanting times tables together or quick recall during the day. Below are some helpful websites. 

Times Table Rock Stars

Hit the button

Multiplication fishing 

Timestables.co.uk

Mental Maths train

 

Homework

Homework is handed out on a Friday to be completed by Monday. This will either be set on Century tech or using a homework book. Each week, the children will learn a new spelling pattern each week. This will be written in each child's spelling book and will be set on Spelling Shed. The final week of a term is a revision week to recap all the new spelling patterns. Some children may prefer to practise their spellings in other ways. Below I have linked some other ideas that may be useful.

Spelling Menu

 

If you have any questions, please make contact, either by email

hcassell@highlegh.cheshire.sch.uk

 or by phoning the school office to make an appointment.