Legh Vale Primary School

Legh Vale Primary School

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Learning together, Growing together

Legh Road, Haydock, St Helens, Merseyside WA11 0ER

leghvale@sthelens.org.uk

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01744 678330

Year 4

Welcome to Year 4

Meet the Year 4 Staff.

 

  Mrs S Hill

Year 4 Teacher

 

 

 Miss C Downey

Year 4 Teacher

 

 

Mrs L Stringer

Teacher  

Mrs S Connelly

Learning Assistant  

 

 

 Mrs G Fairclough

Learning Assistant

 

 

Miss K Lockhart

Learning Assistant

Below is a useful guide to show what your child needs each day.  

 Monday

Reading Record and book.

PE -  please ensure earrings are removed or plasters are supplied and long hair should be tied back.

 Tuesday

Reading Record and book.

 

 Wednesday

Reading Record and book.

 

 Thursday

Reading Record and book.

 

 Friday

Spelling Test

Rockstars Homework to be completed for today.

Reading Record check

There are additional tasks available on Purple Mash each half term.

Please ensure your child reads a minimum of three times a week and their Reading Records are signed each time. These need to be in school every day for individual reading and guided reading.

 Please ensure your child completes 5 Garage Sessions each week on Times Table Rockstars. 
Regular practice of times tables will help your child with their daily Maths work.

Please ensure that all school uniform and PE kits are clearly labelled.

Take a look at some of our displays in Year 4...

Year 4 Blog

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Y4D History

Posted: Mar 10, 2022 by: cathdowney on: Year 4 Spring Term 2022

We continued exploring Anglo-Saxon times by looking at crime and punishment. The children used their knowledge of Roman law and order and how it changed after they left Britain in 410 AD. We learnt that some of our modern laws originated from Anglo-Saxon times but thankfully the process of trials and punishments are very different in modern Britain! We debated why trial by ordeal was unfair, but we could understand why they believed in them and adopted it across all the kingdoms. This afternoon, the children calculated how much wergild they would receive after being injured. It was lots of fun!

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