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Stags - Yr 4


There are 20 stagtastic children in Stags class. Mrs Cooper is our class teacher. Keep an eye on the web site for all of the exciting things we have in store!


Now that your child is in the last year of lower key stage 2, it is essential that they continue to build their independence, therefore we would ask that you drop off and collect your child from the main playground rather than accompanying them into the building.


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 including the weekly Fab 4 Reading and basic multiplication knowledge, 2x - 12x tables. 

Our Fab4 scores this term have not been as good as they could or should have been! Let's make sure we can improve on this next term and ensure more children can achieve this goal, getting their reward!


We have PE every Monday afternoon and a session with Mini Kicks every Tuesday morning (this may change after Christmas). 

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Monday 10th June- International Day

Wednesday 12th June- The Deep 

Tuesday 25th June- Trip to St. Giles



This week the children were very lucky and had the opportunity to visit our local church St Giles' in Balderton. Whilst at the church the children learnt about the history of the church and its features, such as, the font which was made around 1340 and was mounted onto its present stone and tiled plinth during the Victorian Restoration of 1882. In addition to this, the children were able to enjoy 6 fun packed activities which included:

  • Stained glass windows and bible stories
  • Learning about and trying on different vestments
  • Learning about Remembrance and remembering
  • Learning about the organ
  • Learning about communion
  • Learning about the importance of prayer


The children thoroughly enjoyed their experience and the staff and church members commented on their excellent behavior and very mature and educated responses to questions!




Class books


Our topic this term is Blue Abyss!

We are so excited to learn more about this topic. Some of the children have already created their own posters, PowerPoints and models about plastic pollution. 

During this topic, we will be learning all about coral reefs, marine life, the location of seas and oceans around the world, the HMS Challenger and the sinking of the Titanic. This topic links nicely with our focus book in English- Kasper Prince of Cats by Michael Morpurgo. We will also be having a go at creating different art work including sea scapes and designing our own sea creatures/devices.


Breaking News, Year 4 create news reports on 1066

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The children created scripts during English and used their knowledge on our topic of 1066 to create these fantastic videos.

News report on 1066

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Over this term, we have shared lots of exciting memories! We had great fun with the YMCA visit, Kinetic Theatre and many of the year 4 students attended Young Voices at Sheffield Arena. Young Voices was an amazing experience for our children and they made us all so incredibly proud. The children worked very hard and learnt the songs and the dance routines too. Whilst at Sheffield arena we were joined by 5000 other school choirs, Tony Hadley, Urban Stridez and even Beau Dermot who had attended Young Voices a few years ago which was a real inspiration for the children and an example of never giving up on your dreams. It was a day to be remembered by all!!





During this term we have been looking at Sound. We have being very lucky in Year and have had a visit from the Kinectic Theatre, who performed a exciting and engaging performance on sound. In addition to this, we have had many fun practical lessons, which included, listening to local sounds and testing how sound travels down string to create our own string cup phones!

Super Sound!


This term the children had the opportunity to go on their first residential to sunny Sheringham. While we were there the children visited the Amazona Zoo, enjoyed a trip out to spot the common seal and grey seals, investigated a jewel heist on the train and were serenaded by the local shanty men! In addition to this, we were joined by the National Trust and enjoyed creating beach sculptures and looking at the sealife.

Shanty Men in Sheringham

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