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Year 4

I am thrilled to be keeping these delightful children for the new school year.

 I have changed the classroom around after some discussion with the children last term. We have a new reading are where you can spend a quiet moment reading a book or two. The room certainly has an “older” feel to it, which is important as we are move steadily through Key Stage 2.

Holiday Homework

What a fantastic start to the year. Year 4 totally impressed me with the quality of their summer holiday scrapbooks. I have so enjoyed finding out about interesting, exciting and varied activities they have done and the amazing places they have been. They have written about all their experiences and taken super photographs which they have presented in all sorts of different ways. Fantastic YEAR 4!!! Keep this up and we will continue to fly……!

The children continue to bring their Home/School diary into school every day and take it home at the end. This is a super two way link with parents and carers at home. If I need to know anything, then please write it in the diary. A record of the children’s reading will also be recorded in here along with any instructions for spellings. Children will also have a Homework book and children are expected to use these books for recording their homework.

What can parents do?

The most important thing that parents and carers can do at home to support their child’s learning is regular reading followed by discussion about the book. Alongside this, in Year 4, building their confidence with thwill provide them will an excellent foundation for their mathematical development. There are lots of excellent activities and games on the Education City website; each child has their password and username on the inside of their home school diary. Encouraging your child to play these games will make a real difference.

Children are expected to read to an adult at home 5 times a week for ten minutes each time.

They need an adult to sign their home school diary each time in order to collect their reading tokens and to be ticked off on the homework sheet. The week runs from Friday to Thursday in preparation for the Rewards Assembly on a Friday morning.


PE is on Monday and some Tuesdays this Year, PE kit must be in school on Monday and stay in school all week. We start the year with a dance topic based on machines and inventions.

Mrs Sharman is the Year 4 Teaching Assistant. She will support children within the classroom as well as helping children in small groups and on an individual basis. Mrs L Sproule will cover my planning time on a Wednesday afternoon taking the children to Forest School for the second half of each term. 

Topic Work

Our Topic for the first term will be “Incredible Inventions”.

Year 4 Colour

Our class colour is Green and I have been so impressed with the amount and variety of the items collected over the summer holidays that have been brought in ready for our mini project using Green.

Latest news

One step towards sustained schooling

This summer, year 3 have been fortunate enough to grow our own potatoes!

Summer 2017 Stay and Play Booking Form

Stay and Play have lots of fun activities planed for the up and coming Summer holidays.

Sports Day

Key Stage One Sports day went off with a bang!! We had fantastic weather and it was lovely to see so many friends and family here to support us.

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Lickhill Primary School is a member of Stourport SCITT 

Lickhill Primary School
Almond Way, Stourport on Severn, Worcs, DY13 8UA
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