YEAR 4H 2022 - 2023
Welcome to Year 4H
Class Teacher - Miss Hartshorne
Teaching Assistant - Mrs Keogh
Please encourage your child to practice their spellings and times tables at home along with reading daily.
Homework is given out on a Monday and will be collected in every Friday.
Please ensure that your child is bringing their reading book and water bottle every day.
We have swimming every Wednesday, please make sure that your child has their full swimming kit: towel, costume or trunks and swimming hat (if applicable).
Outdoor PE is Monday, please make sure that your child has their full PE kit: plain black shorts, leggings or jogging bottoms, plain white t-shirt and trainers (preferably black).
Our topic this half term is the Stone Age
Could you stick it in the stone age?
As a Historian, I can:
I can place events in history on a timeline.
Explain how events of the past have shaped our lives.
I can use a range of sources to find out about a period in history.
Understand and compare how people lived in the Stone Age to present day.
Explain similarities and differences between the Stone Age and present day.
Explain how life changed from the Stone Age ot the Iron Age.
As a Geographer, I can:
I can use a variety of maps of differerent scale to locate places.
I can locate counties and citiies of the United Kingdom.
Describe and understand key aspects of different types of land use.
As a Scientist, I can:
Describe the simple functions of the basic parts of the digestive system in humans.
Identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions.
Construct and interpret a variety of food chains, identifying producers, predators and prey.
As an Artist / Designer, I can:
Experiment using a range of medians: natural dyes, charcoal and pencil to create cave paintings.
Recreate cave paintings by developing pencil control and ideas.
The British value we will be focusing on is mutual respect and tolerance.
As a Rights & Respecting school we will be looking at article 27, "Every child should be able to live in a way that helps them reach their full physical, mental, spiritual, moral and social potential ".
Our Influential person is...Sarah Hicks
Sarah is a visual and community artist, based in the North West of England. She has been drawing and painting all her life, but her real passion for art began when she studied photography and then art at A-level. Her paintings sell at exhibitions and galleries, but most are privately commissioned and designed specifically for the client.
Sarah has over ten years’ experience of using her creative skills to work with groups of all ages and abilities. She believe that art can be a great healer and a very positive outlet for people with all sorts of disadvantages. As well as running programs with mainstream nurseries, primary and secondary schools, she has also designed and run projects for severely disabled groups, children with extreme behavioural problems, pupil referral units, adults with learning difficulties, residential homes for the elderly and hard to reach families from some of the toughest estates in the north of England.
"However difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at." - Stephen Hawking
YEAR 4H: News items
Relationships, Sex and Health Education, by Mrs Waddell
Wellbeing activities at No 93, by Mrs Cavanagh
Christmas Raffle - Win a bike!, by Mrs Tickle
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Crosslee Primary School
Manchester, M9 6TG
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