Welcome to Year 4!
We are very excited for the year ahead!
Hopefully, there will be little disruption and we can get on and enjoy the year together.
In our classrooms, you will find a happy learning environment where all children are actively engaged in a creative and stimulating curriculum built upon the strong foundation our Catholic faith.
In Year 4 children are growing and learning more each day. We strive to develop our learning skills and deepen our understanding of the world around us.
Our Catholic faith is very important to us. After receiving our First Eucharist at the beginning of year 4, we continue to receive the Eucharist with reverence and presenting a loving example to our younger friends in the school.
Please take a look at the curriculum overviews to see what we will be learning this year.
Sunday 25th April was Vocations Sunday. We marked the occasion by dressing up as what we want to be when we are older as a way of thinking about what God is calling us to be.
Thank you to all of the parents and family members that came to join us for our Digestive System Inspire workshop. We all had a great time!
On Monday 25th September, West Midlands Fire Service came into Year 4 to teach us about what to do if there was a fire in our house. They taught us lots of facts and we were tested at the end with a quiz – we passed! Thank you for taking the time to come and see us at St Brigid’s.
Year 4 Maths Competition
On Friday 22nd September, four Year 4 took part in a Maths Competition at King Edward's Boys School. The children completed two rounds of complex Maths and used reasoning to solve problems. They were brilliant and we came third out of 12 schools. We will have to wait and see if it is enough to get through to the next round. Well done children; we are very proud of you!
We are learning about how sound is made. We tested different objects and observed how the sound was made. We tested the effect that a tuning fork had on water. This helped us to see that sound is made from vibrations.
1017 and all that! We met Chip who taught us about what life was like in 1017. We listen to stories around the fire and even got to try some Mead!!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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