St Teresa's Catholic Primary School

YEAR 4, MISS GIBBON, MRS PATEL AND MRS GOGNA  WELCOME YOU TO YEAR 4

OUR CLASS SAINT IS

SAINT SEBASTIAN

THE PATRON SAINT OF ARCHERS AND ATHLETES

SPRING TERM 

Please find our Spring Overviews below

Class Assembly - Lunar New Year

RE 

 Our unit in RE this half term has been "Sharing in the life of Christ: The Church as a Community". As part of this we looked at how the word of God could be spread around the world. We discussed how the disciples gained the ability to talk in tongues after they received the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. We learnt how to sign "Hail Mary" as a class. A number of children in the school are able to speak a number of languages; Dominik - The Lord's Prayer in Polish, Mrs Gillam and Anthony - Hail Mary in Vietnamese, Matthew and Sophia - The Lord's Prayer in Vietnamese,  and Mrs Chowdhury - The Lord's Prayer in Bengali.  

MUSIC

In year 4 we learn a musical instrument provided by Music Services. Last term we learnt the fife and we have now progressed to the curved flute. The class are doing brilliantly and have “blown the socks off” myself and Mrs Lord. I hope to show our progress over the coming weeks and months. 

WEEK 1

WEEK 2

WEEK 3

WEEK 4

WEEK 5

Mrs Lord has also sent some backing tracks for you to practice along to.

PLEASE FIND BELOW OUR CLASS OVERVIEWS

RE AUTUMN TERM

CURRICULUM OVERVIEW

PARENTS BRIEFING

Over Night Experience

On Friday 22nd September, 9 children from Year 4, took part in the Over Night Experience. The children considered the theme of "The Dignity of the Human Person". An aspect of this is an appreciation, understanding and empathy for those that are, for whatever reason, homeless.

MacMillan Coffee Morning

On the morning of Friday 29th September, we took part in the MacMillan Coffee Morning. We ball came dressed in non-uniform with, where possible, an item of green to represent MacMillan. We all enjoyed a cake and a drink of squash in the hall.

Odd Socks for Anti-Bullying Week

What's Odd Socks Day all about?

People are being encouraged to wear their favourite odd socks (yes, this means picking out a pair that don't match!).

It's to symbolise that we are all different and that children should be themselves, accepting of one another and celebrate difference.

TIMES TABLE GAMES

 Follow this link to practise your Time Tables using the Interactive Games. 

Click here for the link

Butlers Road, Handsworth Wood, Birmingham, B20 2NY

0121 554 9581

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