Year Four

Mrs Martin

Welcome to Year Four

Welcome to Mrs Martin’s Year 4 class.

Our motto this year will be – work hard – play hard!

In English, we will be trying hard to become even more independent and fluent with our reading skills. We will use these skills for both enjoyment and to research a range of fiction and non-fiction materials. We will be taking great care with our punctuation and handwriting skills, to become even more talented and imaginative writers.

In Mathematics, we intend to become more efficient with our calculating skills and will apply these skills to problem solving activities. We hope to have lots of fun, whilst becoming skilled mathematicians! This year, will be trying hard to learn all our times table facts up to 12 x 12.

Whilst learning about the world around us in our Science lessons, we will be developing important scientific skills observing, recording and explaining ideas and models, using scientific vocabulary.

All the children in Year 4 are as excited as I am to be beginning the new school year.  We hope to grow in maturity and grow spiritually throughout the year. We will always give our best effort to everything we do and look forward to becoming the best we can be!

Homework will be given every Friday – and is to be returned on the following Wednesday.

We will have PE lessons on Tuesday and Thursday.

Many thanks,

Mrs Martin.

 

St Mary’s Heritage Centre

The Year Four class had a fantastic day out at Newcastle Quayside and St Mary’s Heritage Centre. Shay said “Year 4 went to St mary’s Heritage Centre and I thought it was interesting because we learned a lot about  a man called George Wood, and we...

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The Year 4 children took part in a skipping festival at Cardinal Hume Catholic School. Cody said “I liked the skipping festival because we came second yesterday at Cardinal Hume.” “I thought the skipping festival was fun because there was sporting...

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Hi, this is Ayse and Abbie. During last week we were learning about Oliver Twist in Literacy.  We all liked the Pickpocket song that Fagan sang.  We used this song to recount what happened. This week we began learning how to write newspaper headlines.  Our headlines...

First Holy Communion

Several of our children in Year Three and Year Four made their First Holy Communion on Saturday.   The Girls looked beautiful and the boys looked very handsome! The sun was shining and everyone had a fantastic day. The children will also take part in the May...

Easter Egg Competition

The children of St Oswald’s have fantastic imaginations and are incredibly artisitc. The entries for the Easter Egg competition have been amazing, which made it so difficult for Mrs Turnbull and Mrs McAtominey to choose the winners.             Judging was very...

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Once again the children of St Oswald’s have proven how imaginative they can be!  The costumes for World Book Day are amazing. Look at reception class; Katie said ‘I love my fireman sam book’ Parina said ‘The fashion show was brilliant.i Katie...

Name the Snowman

Name the snowman was very popular.  The winning name was Prancer which was chosen by Lauren in Year 4.  Well done...

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