Harvington C of E First and Nursery School

‘Together we love, learn and grow’

Year 4


Welcome to Year 4


Class Teacher: Mrs Poole and Mrs Enstone

Teaching Assistant: Mrs Notarangelo

Class Governor: Mrs S Davies

P T F A Link: Mrs Buckley and Mrs Turner

Year 4 Calculation Policy

Important Information


Our news theme for this half term is 'science'. Please bring in any news articles relating to this for a merit and a dojo point.


Homework is sent out on a Friday to be handed in on the following Thursday. Spellings will be sent home at the beginning of the half term. Spelling and Big Maths tests take place on a Friday.


Please make sure your child has a named PE kit, water bottle, reading book and message book in school every day. 

Our Class Author is Emma Carroll.

These are some of the books she has written:

In class we will be reading Sky Chasers and Letters from the Lighthouse.


 An encounter with a boy dangling from the sky changes pickpocket Magpie's life forever. His family, the Montgolfiers, are desperate to discover the secret of flight. Together with Pierre, Magpie is caught up in a world of inflatable bloomers, spies and unruly animals in a race to be the first to fly a hot air balloon - in front of the King and Queen of France.

This year our inspirational person is:

Anne Sullivan

  • Anne Sullivan was a gifted teacher best known for her work with Helen Keller, a blind and deaf child she taught to communicate.
  • Anne Sullivan dramatically changed the world’s perspective of individuals with disabilities.

Our Science topic in Autumn 1 is:


 Key vocabulary:






Can you find out the meaning of these words?


Click on the picture below to see if you can answer our questions.

How are dolphins adapted to their habitat?

What is special about a frog's head?

How can snakes swallow prey that is bigger than their own head?



Our Theme is: What is Europe Famous For?

Which countries have you visited?

Do you know which countries the famous landmarks below are from?

Test your capital city knowledge by clicking the image below