Year Four Lisbon is taught by Shannon Kelly. Year Four Padua is taught by Sarah McCabe. Both classes will share Gina McEvoy and Reiko Gall as their TAs. The Year Four classrooms are in the St Francis building and they share the back playground with the rest of KS2.
Friday 16th October
Today we are making the move from setting paper homework, to using Microsoft Teams. For this week only the homework is also available below in case of any initial problems.
School Closure Home Learning
Big Me Day
In March 2020, the whole school took part in a Big Me Week and raised money for Action Aid. One day we all came in dressed as what we would like to be when we were older. Year 4 were lucky enough to have a talk from a Year 4 dad who worked in the hotel industry and from Father Peter from St Helen’s Church.
In January 2020, as part of their Science work on colour and light, the Year 4 children made their own kaleidoscopes.
In December 2019, the Year 4 children each became an expert in one character from the Nativity. They then shared their expertise with each other until every member of the class had collected information on all characters.
Colour Wheel Experiment
In December 2019, as part of their Science work on colour and light, the Year 4 children made their own colour wheels and looked at how white light in made.
Speed Stacking Competition
In November 2019, some Year 4 children from the Speed Stacking Club took part in the Speed Stacking competition held at Watford Girls Grammar. They made it through to the final!
Premier League Primary Stars
In September 2019, the Year 3 and Year 4 children started a ten week program run by Watford Football Club.
In September 2019, the Year 4 children studied, researched and designed their own artwork inspired by Aboriginal art.
In July 2018, Year 4 took part in their retreat day to Aylesford Priory. They had the chance to have a tour of the site and prayed along the Rosary Way.
Visit to Verulamium
In June 2019, Year 4 visited the Verulamium museum, the amphitheatre and the hypocaust in St Albans. They got the chance to handle Roman artefacts and learn about life as a Roman.
Visit to Northwood & Pinner Liberal Synagogue
In March 2019, Year 4 visited the Synagogue to deepen their learning of the Jewish faith. They were able to look at the Torah scrolls and the special Ark where it is safely housed. They also learnt about Jewish traditions and the links between Catholicism and Judaism.