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Kingfisher – Y4

Welcome to Kingfishers


Welcome to our class page, there are 25 brilliant Kingfishers! We are taught by Mr Good. We are in for an exciting and busy year so make sure you keep an eye out on our page for further updates. 


Although grown ups can't come in to the building, please do still give us a wave and a smile so we can get to know who you are. If you do need to talk to us about anything, we are more than happy to give you a ring so please let us know.


Your child should bring a water bottle with them every day. These will be sent home each night so that they can be cleaned ready for the next day.

Year 4 is an exciting one and have lots of fantastic experiences and topics planned throughout the year. To help your child have a deeper understanding and to help make their learning more purposeful and enjoyable we would be grateful if you could assist them with any homework that has been set.


A quick reminder about reading. Make sure you read every night and get your diaries signed by an adult. (It would be great to get 100% Fab4 too!)

  Remember books can only be changed on Monday and Thursday. 


Please make sure PE kits are in school all week!

 PE kit should consist of black shorts, white t-shirt and plimsolls or trainers, and black jogging bottoms for outdoor PE.



 Open wide - let's take a look inside. We're on a voyage of discovery to investigate the busy world inside your body. Do you have a toothy grin or a winning smile? Take dental impressions and test the effects of sugary substances on your pearly whites. Follow a tasty morsel as it makes its way through your digestive system, helped by some mouthwatering saliva. And don’t forget the importance of good hygiene at both ends. And whilst we’re talking business, could you recognise an animal just by its poo? Are you brave enough to take the challenge? Make a working model of the digestive system and use it to persuade others to eat healthily. Learn how to look after this marvellous belching, squelching, mixture making machine we call our body.


                                                                                                                              Early use of digital technology has been shown to improve language skills and promote children’s social development and creativity. But it’s not without risks for young children, who may come across inappropriate content or begin to copy what older children do online. Below you will find an information poster with links which offer helpful tips and advice so you can understand what you can do to give young children the best experience of going online. You will also find a link for an informative video from Internet Matters. There is also a link for Google's Interland which is an adventure-packed online game that makes learning about digital safety and citizenship interactive and fun. The children will help their fellow Internauts combat badly behaved hackers, phishers, oversharers, and bullies by practicing the skills they need to be good digital citizens.  In the game, players can explore four floating islands: Kind Kingdom, Reality River, Mindful Mountain, and Tower of Treasure.  Each island features a different mini game with a different Internet lesson which is all completely free!