St Peter & St Paul CE Primary School Burgh le Marsh

St Peter & St Paul 
Church of England Primary School

Wainfleet Road, Burgh le Marsh, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE24 5ED Tel. 01754 810241 Email.

Welcome to Year 4

Fantastic writing within Year 4 16th October

Over the past 6 weeks, Year 4 have been writing their own chapter for the book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. They had to invent a character, a room in the factory and write about what happened to their character in the chapter. Each paragraph focused on a different aspect of English. The first paragraph focused on using propositions to describe a scene setting, the next looked at using direct speech. Then, they added embedded subordinate clauses and for their final paragraph they used adverbial phrases. The finished chapters are work to be proud of!

Our Teacher is

Mr Anderson

Hello! I'm Mr Anderson and I am the Year 4 teacher as well as Deputy Headteacher. I enjoy seeing children pass through education knowing that we have had such a positive impact on preparing them for their next stage in their school career. Outside of school, I enjoy playing cricket and golf.

Ukuleles in Year 4! Thursday 26th September

Year 4 have continued to learn to play the ukulele this term with Mr Finis. They are doing a great job and are mastering several new chords. They are showing great skill at not only playing together but also in rounds. It is not always easy to change from one chord to another but they are doing a fantastic job!

Homework so far this term! Thursday 12th September

Topic in Year 4 this term is all about the Romans and there has been some great homework based on this subject. Millie has produced some exceptional work. She completed all 3 of the tasks set carefully and neatly. She was rewarded for her hard work with a Head Teacher Award.

Place value in maths Thursday 10th September

Place value has been the focus in maths this week. We looked at how using place value can help us to order and compare numbers. We also looked at how the position of a digit in a number determines the value of that digit.