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Year 4 - Mrs K Burke and Mrs L Cramp

The Amazing Team!

Welcome to our Year 4 team




     Mrs  Burke  - Assistant Head Teacher, Year 4 Teacher (Thurs and Fri) , LKS2 Phase Lead Teacher

     Mrs Cramp - Year 4 Teacher (Mon, Tues and  Wed)

     Mrs Brentnall - Class TA and SEN TA

     Mrs Johnson  - HLTA  - Covers PPA

     Mrs Corrigan - TA - Covers PPA


We've successfully navigated our way through our first term and although we will be continuing with the principles of the recovery curriculum, our new topic is



Plants Versus People

Do you know what each part of a plant is called? Do you have what it takes to keep a plant alive? In our plants versus people topic we’ll take on this challenge and many more, working as scientists to uncover the names, roles and science behind the world’s vital organisms. Check out our knowledge organiser to get confident with the vocabulary needed in this unit.

Year 4 numeracy will cover fractions and decimals.

Our Literacy works focuses on biographies of many famous people and we will learn how to write one of our own. Then we move onto the wonderful work of Anthony Browne. We will be reading and comparing two of his incredibly illustrated books during the unit.

In art we’ll be looking at another nature loving artist, Jan Hendrix and in DT creating our own culinary masterpiece by learning many practical life and kitchen skills.  


We are all very excited!

Mrs Cramp, Mrs Burke and Mrs Brentnall 


Please look at the website as we will put photos on the gallery page

to share our learning experiences with you all.

Times Table Activities!

Times Table Songs! - 3 Times Table - 4 Times Table - 6 Times Table - 8 Times Table

This term we will be focussing on our schools Recovery Curriculum 



Our Recovery Curriculum aims to restore the mental health and rebuild the resilience of our pupils to allow them to become learners again by:

· Recognising the experiences had by all.

· Restoring trust and relationships with staff.

· Re-establishing friendships and social interactions.

· Regaining structure and routine.

· Rebuilding a sense of community.

· Regulating their emotions and managing behaviours.

· Re-engaging them in learning.

· Preparing them for transition. 

· Explore and tune into individual needs, anxieties and worries which may have surfaced.