Welcome to Year 4 – Humble Hippos & Respectful Rhinos.

The team for the 2019-20 academic year are:

Humble Hippos
Ms Sharda / Mrs Joshi (Class Teachers)

Respectful Rhinos
Mrs Sandhu (Class Teacher)

Mrs Jani (Year 4 LSA)

Dear Parents/Carers,

Please see the homework for Year 4 below.

Have a lovely weekend!

Year 4 team

Year 4 Homework

Dear parents/carers,

Please see the curriculum overviews below.

Year 4 Autumn 2 Curriculum Overview 2019-2020

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Year 4 African Activities Workshop

As a part of Black History Month, Year 4 children attended an exciting workshop and explored different rhythms on African drums. Everybody participated and
contributed to the music, storytelling and took part in a purposeful recycling activity. It was a fun experience which was rounded off with a dance
performance at the end of the day. It was all about team work, listening skills and developing self- confidence!
Our pupils had a fun and informative day, a day where the sunshine of Africa shone in the school!

Roald Dahl Visit 2019

On Tuesday 16th July, we went to the Roald Dahl Museum, at the Bucks County Museum as part of our English topic, where we wrote our version of ‘The Magic Finger’.

I enjoyed making the dream bottles as it was very cool and something new to me. In the dream bottle, we put feathers, tissue paper and glitter to describe our dream. Then we wrote about our dream on the label- it was amazing and super fun!

I would recommend this trip for the next year 4 as it is very interesting and interactive.

By Aum Vaghani 4RR


AHPS Year 4 visit to the Henry Moore Exhibition 2019

Year 4 pupils had an exciting and interactive visit to the Henry Moore Museum.  Pupils experienced his iconic work in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside.

Pupils were able to make links with their own art work and further enhanced their sketching skills.

On Friday 26th April, I really enjoyed seeing some sculptures because some drawings were really fascinating. Some sculptures were smooth, rough and steady. We also drew some sketches of these sculptures. From this visit, I learnt that drawings and sculptures don’t have to be perfect. I would recommend is trip to nee next year 4 as they can see, feel and draw the sculptures they see in the pictures that are shown to us.’

Dheer Shah, 4RR


Music Lesson March 2018

In music we are learning how to play recorders and ukuleles. We always start the lesson with some singing warm up’s and singing games. We then sing some more songs and start to learn new notes on our ukuleles. Sometimes we do harmony with a range of instruments. Mrs Seymour then teachers us a new song (todays song was “Popacatapet Volcano”). We now know a C-cord and an F-cord on the Ukulele. My favourite song to learn is “Here comes Sally” on the recorder.

By Meer Patel 4HH


African Drums March 2018