Year 4

Miss Grey (Teacher) Miss Thielmann (Teacher) / Mrs Hall (ARMs) / Miss Robinson (ARMs)
YEAR 4

Welcome

Welcome to Year 4! I am delighted to be joining Swalwell Primary School and supporting your child on their learning journey. In Year 4 we are becoming independent learners through questioning, investigating and creating. We have a rich curriculum that will challenge and extend our learning. A growth mindset will help us, allowing us to believe in ourselves and develop resilience. I hope that through mutual trust and respect everyday will be stimulating, rewarding and memorable. 

 

Magical Mangahigh Maths

Thursday 12th July saw the end of the Primary Boss of the North competition that KS2 pupils have been competing in. Mrs McCall was amazed to receive the following news: Mangahigh is incredibly proud to have hosted Primary Boss of the North. It has been a fantastic...

Primary Boss of the North

Wednesday Update! On Tuesday, the ultimate mathematics challenge started. At 9am on 3rd July  four simultaneous competitions launched for schools across England: Boss of the North, Primary Boss of the North, Boss of the South and Primary Boss of the South. Swalwell...

That History Bloke

Year 3 and 4 had a visit from Richard "That History Bloke" to learn more about their topic of the Anglo Saxons. Richard was dressed as an Anglo-Saxon monk and spent time with each class talking about how important monks were and all the special jobs they did. He...

Postcard from Mrs Anderson

Since leaving us in February to enjoy a well deserved retirement, Mrs Anderson has kept in touch with our children in Year 4 and Year 6 by sending them postcards to let them know what she's getting up to. The latest postcard has came all the way from the Canary...

Year 4 Remembrance Day

Today we wrote some poems in English about Remembrance Day. We also created some poppies and poppy lanterns in art. We thought about how important Remembrance Day is and what the poppy...

Harvest Festival

Our Annual Harvest Festival took place on Tuesday 10th October. Pupils from Early Years to Year 6 came together to perform to a hall full of parents and carers. It was lovely to see relatives of the children joining in with the words and actions to the catchy songs...

Could you break an Olympic record?

In maths today we have been measuring length. We looked at some Olympic world records and then tried to see if we could break them. We had to measure twice to make sure the measurements were accurate and we then converted them all in to centimeters so that we could...

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