Year 4

Welcome to Year 4.

We have very close links with Year 3 and Year 5 to ensure a smooth transition and consistency in moving children's learning on. We strive to provide the children with a broad, balanced and creative curriculum catering to the children's individual needs.

In our classroom you will find a happy learning environment where all children are encouraged and engaged in their learning in order to reach their full potential.

As well as daily work in Mathematics and Literacy, the children have a wide curriculum to stretch and enthuse them. There is always great interest in our Science afternoons where we plan and carry out our own experiments. Pupils have the chance to study World War II through research and trips to the war museum in Coventry, for example.

Children have fun taking part in activities like football, dance and cricket in PE and access ICT resources daily. All of the children in Year 5 have the opportunity to learn the tin whistle.

Our Catholic Faith is very important to us, and in Year 4 we strive to ensure that we live out our Mission to the best of our ability every day. We participate in assemblies, as well as celebrating class and whole school Masses.

Our faith permeates all that we do in school both through our lessons and how we behave and respond to each other in our daily lives. Our altar is a focal point of our classroom which we continually update to reflect the Liturgical calendar throughout the year.

In Year 4 we are able to be members of the school choir and have an important role supporting the Year 3 and Year 6 pupils as they prepare for the sacraments of the Eucharist and Confirmation.

Our Learning

Find out about our learning in Year 4:


We told a modern day version of the Good Samaritan in our Class Assembly.
The local Fire Brigade came to teach us about fire safety.

We really love writing in Year 4.
We learnt how to put out incendiary bombs during our History visit to Coventry Museum.

In Year 4 we all learn how to play the Tin Whistle.