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Year 4 - Maple Class

Maple Class 2016/2017


Important information


  • Homework is due in on a Wednesday and will then be sent out again on Friday. Children need to pick at least one option from the menu above.
  • Children will be tested on their spellings every Thursday. New spellings will be given out on Friday.
  • Times Tables Test is every Thursday so please make sure your child is learning them at home.
  • Children are expected to read at least five times a week. If the children manage to do this, they will be entered into a raffle and have a chance at winning a new book.
  • P.E is on a Tuesday (Dance) and Friday. P.E kits need to be in school at all times.

Our 'Where The Wild Things Are' Drama Performance!

P.E- Dance!

This term in P.E we are exploring dance. We are choreographing a dance to the song Revolting Children from the musical Matilda. We are having lots of fun.

World Book Day!

World Book Day!  1
For World Book Day we came to school in our PJs and brought in our favourite book and teddy and shared our memories. We also designed book covers.

Term 3


We have had an exciting term and have started to look at Anglo- Saxons and Scots. This topic will follow on into next term as well. We have explored how the Romans left Britain and the Anglo- Saxons and Scots took over. We have specifically looked at Village life and how it differs from ours; artefacts and how they allow us to learn about the past and their religion and its similarities and differences to Christianity.


Towards the end of term we had a DT Day which was closely linked to our science topic of electricity. In teams we created our own design criteria and built a battery powered lamp.


Everyone has worked extremely hard this term.

DT Day!

Term 2

We have had an exciting term continuing to learn about the ancient Greeks. We visited the Holburne Museum in Bath where we made ancient Greek plates and then completed our topic with an ancient Greek day. This involved the children taking part in an ancient Greek reading, writing and maths lesson. We competed in our own version of the Olympic games before making our own Greek sculptures using soap.


Everyone has worked incredibly hard this term.



Our ancient Greek pots