Pavender Class (Year 4)
Pavenders were non-talking, rainbow-coloured fish that lived in the oceans of Narnia.
Mrs Lane | Teaching assistant: Mrs Waters
What we do:
In schools in England, Year 4 is for children 8–9 years old, and is the second year of Key Stage 2. As your child grows their independence and confidence in their learning, there may be a greater focus on homework in some schools – ensuring the children have a strong grasp of their key spellings for the year.
What will my child do in Year 4?
In maths and English, the teachers will be aiming to ensure that your Year 4 child knows and understands particular key skills. Apostrophes, commas, times tables, and key spellings are just some of the things children in Year 4 are expected to use accurately. Furthermore, this will be the year that your child will undertake an assessment in their times tables – you will be able to find more information about this here.