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4T cooking Spanish Paella

On Monday 4T enjoyed preparing, cooking and eating a traditional Spanish paella dish.

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Year 4 – Summer Spain Topic

A warm welcome back after the Easter holidays. Year 4 look forward to seeing you at the Colomendy celebration assembly on Thursday 12th April at 2.15pm.

Please click on our Summer newsletter below to find out more about exciting events this term. You can also look at what the children will be learning through the creative topic.

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Year 4 – Summer SPAIN

Maritime Museum Trip 14.03.18

We had a great day exploring Liverpool’s Old Dock, which is located and preserved underneath Liverpool One. We learnt about the history of the World’s first commercial enclosed wet dock and how it was used for trade.

As historians, 4T also explored more about the Titanic through an interactive workshop and enjoyed asking inquisitive questions.

A super day 4T!

A huge thank you to our dedicated volunteers who continue to support these trips. We wouldn’t be able to do it without you!

Year 4 Colomendy Monday 5th – 7th March

Well done to Year 4 for a great few days in Colomendy. The children have developed as All Saints Learners through their creativity, curiosity, communication, resilience and independence.

Year 4 will celebrate the trip in a year group assembly on Thursday 12th April at 2.15pm. We look forward to seeing you there!

Thank you for your continued support!

4T World book day – Danny the Champion of the World

A fun day of researching and writing in the style of Roald Dahl, reading ‘Danny the Champion of the World’ and acting as famous characters from Dahl’s remarkable books.

4T Maritime projects

Well done to all of the children who took part in the Maritime project challenge. We had a range of models of the Titanic accompanied by information about the ship. In addition we had diary entries which explored passengers of the past and historical accounts of the tragic event.

Thank you to all parents and families for supporting your child’s creativity and learning about the history of the Titanic. A huge congratulations to the five winners!

4T Titanic launch day

We enjoyed exploring life on board the Titanic as we dressed up as first, second and third passengers. We also enjoyed creating a tasty menu for a traditional afternoon tea.

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Welcome to 4T

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Welcome to 4T, where all the children have made a brilliant start and settled in well into Year 4. We look forward to working with you to enable your child to progress and shine even brighter this year!


Thank you for all of your support in regards to reading records. Just a reminder that children are encouraged to read daily and return their book each day to be monitored and changed if necessary. Spelling homework as well as times tables practice is given out every Monday. Please ensure that this is handed in on Friday for weekly tests.

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Every Tuesday, your child will have the opportunity to learn how to play a woodwind instrument. When instruments have been allocated, children will be able to take them home to rehearse. We ask for your support in looking after, practicing and returning instruments ready for their next lesson.


PE lessons will take place on Thursday afternoon. Children are required to bring their PE kit in a bag to get changed into.


To launch our Roman topic, we are visiting The Grosvenor Museum on Thursday 21st September.

We are also having a special dress up as a Roman day in school on Friday 29th September. Prizes will be awarded for the best costumes!

Please read our 2017 Year 4 Autumn Newsletter and All Saints Key Assessment Criteria – Year 4 for more information about this term and learning objectives.

I hope to see many of you on our Year 4 Coffee morning. This will take place on Tuesday 26th September from 9–9.30am.