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Welcome to Year 4 - Frog Class!

Welcome to Frogs Class Page! Our teacher is Miss Moss and our teaching assistant is Mrs Holder.


Forest School dates this term are: 

Monday 8th January 

Monday 22nd January 

Monday 5th February 


Keep checking this page to see what we have been exploring!


The link to homework is below. It is vital to practise spellings at home as well as reading. If you need a new sheet, just come and ask! Reading ANY book for pleasure every night at home is an expectation in Year 4. 



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Homework Term 3


Term 3 - Rise of the Robots!


Our topic this term is ‘Rise of the Robots’. We will be investigating how robots have changed over time, looking at their increasing involvement in society. What does the future hold?


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Our focus text this term is ‘Iron Man’ by Ted Hughes. Using the iron man as a stimulus, we will look closely at description and how suspense and excitement is created. We will plan and write our own adventure stories including the role of a robot.



As well as working on area, perimeter and fractions this term, an emphasis will be placed on developing our ability to reason mathematically, solve real life problems and become masters of mathematics! 




Area and Perimeter

Area and Perimeter 1 Counting squares.


We will be learning about Electricity! We will be investigating the use of electricity in our everyday lives, the use of components within circuits as well as exploring how sounds travels.



Swimming will be every Wednesday morning while our PE will be continuing on a Friday afternoon. Our sport this term will be Dance. Watch this space to see some of our moves!



Frog class have started to read at home so much more last term! Let’s read even more this term! Miss Moss has several David Walliams books you can borrow if you are unsure on what to read.

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The highlights of  this year so far have been: 


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Science 3
Science 4

We worked scientifically to investigate whether the number of Mentos had an impact on the reaction in a Coke bottle.