Respect - Collaborate - Grow
A message from Mrs Strydom
Thank you for your hard work so far, keeping your learning up to date and staying focussed during a very difficult time. Please continue to complete the work set on Purple Mash every day. I mark work and give feedback and rewards throughout the day. I have also started putting work on the Year 4 display board on Purple Mash. This board will change regularly to share and celebrate your hard work. You can find this board by clicking on the green earth icon labelled ‘sharing’ at the top of the page. Look out for your amazing work here! Work will also be shared on the school Twitter page.
You may also print the spelling sheet directly from Purple Mash that goes along the ‘To Do’ spelling quiz, before accessing the quiz. You may want to do the quiz on a Friday, when we would normally do our spelling test.
Don’t forget to read every day. There will be a book review sheet for you to complete every week.
If you have any questions, concerns or worries, please email the office and it will be forwarded to me.
A new teacher vs pupil challenge will start soon on TT Rockstars! We can’t let Mrs Hughes win again! 😊
Please share photographs with me by emailing the office. It has been great so far to read your messages alongside your work on Purple Mash.
Love to you all!
Welcome to our class page...
Here you will find all the information you need to help your child learn in Year 4. We are looking forward to a great learning experience, challenging ourselves in everything we do because we have a growth mindset. We might not be able to do it YET, but we give it our best effort until we succeed.
On our class page, you will find regular updates of our learning, so please come back and find out what we have been learning in class.
Year 4 Teacher
Link to the English workshop:
Link to the Maths workshop:
Year 4 Harvest Assembly
On Friday 11th October, Year 4 class lead the whole school in a Harvest Festival celebration. They sang beautiful songs about harvest and shared some very shocking statistics about world hunger. Through a short play, they explained where bread comes from and invited the whole school to become 'Harvest Heroes' by bringing in food for the Maidenhead Food bank.