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Year 4

Hello and welcome to Year 4!

Welcome back and we are all very excited about the new school year. 

We hope you have had a wonderful summer holiday and you are all excited for an action-packed half-term of learning. We have lots of new learning taking place in our ‘Where Are We Going and Who Will We Meet?’ curriculum over the coming weeks.


Mrs. Dunkin is the class teacher and we are supported in the classroom by Mrs. Naeem, Mrs. Farooq and Mrs. Alford.


The current newsletter is attached below which outlines routines and what the children will be learning this half-term.


If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact a member of staff. You can get in touch using the class email address


Thank you.

Our class charity



In Year 4 we will be selecting a local charity to support. Once the children have voted, we are really looking forward to supporting this amazing charity as a class over the next academic year and hopefully we will be able to raise some funds to help support the invaluable work they do.


Watch this space. 



Where Did We Go and Who Did We Meet?



The children will be given logins for Times Tables Rock Stars. They can access the app/website at home on a laptop or tablet. Please encourage your child to access the website at home as this will give them much needed practice of the Times Tables they are unsure of. Please click below to access the TTRS website


To log in, click student then type in either of the following to find the school (the postcode is the easiest way):

Holy Trinity Primary School, Bury



If there are any issues logging in, please get in contact so wcan resolve it.


Reading Books



Reading books and bags are expected to be brought in every day. We will be changing books on a Monday and Thursday. If your child finishes their book before the changing date, we will endeavour to get them changed. It is important that your child reads every evening for at least 10 minutes. This could be done independently or with the help of an adult or older sibling. Please can you sign the yellow reading record book to evidence that your child has read. Please put any comments if you feel it necessary to inform us of any concerns.