Welcome to
Park Spring Primary School

‘Achieving Together’


Year 4

Welcome to Year 4!


Teacher– Mrs Munton

Teaching assistant– Miss Foster



Teacher– Mr Shaw

Teaching assistant– Miss Foster and Miss Moore



Important dates

Home Learning:  Wednesday.

Reading records: Wednesday.

PE: Thursday with Leeds United and swimming on a Thursday. For swimming, each child will need a full swimming kit including towel.

Spelling test: Friday

Multiplication tables: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 multiplication tables.


Useful links

TT Rockstars.


Reading Eggs


Spring 1 term (January – March)

Our topic for this term is ‘Where in the world?’. In particular, we will be focusing on the differences between UK cities such as Leeds, and European and worldwide cities.

In science, we are investigating the digestive system and will be producing our own non-chronological reports in English for this.

Our class book this term is The Giants Necklace by Michael Morpurgo!



Recent News

Murton Park 2019!

On Wednesday, Year 4 went back in time to the Saxon ages and learnt what life was like for a villager working in and defending their village. The day started with outfit changes, where the girls Read more…

Year 4 Football Tournament

On Thursday, Year 4 headed off for their first football tournament of the year! They did really well and all 8 children had great fun. Huge thanks to the three year 6 children who helped Read more…

4B Newspaper Reports

This week, Year 4 have been beginning to make our own newspapers! To begin this topic, we have been identifying key features of newspapers, using actual newspapers to help us. Here is some of our Read more…

4B’s Super WWI Diaries

This week, 4B have been finishing off their amazing diaries, in which they wrote from the perspective of a WW1 solider on the front lines. Their writing was amazing and included lots of detailed description. Read more…

Year 4 ‘Battle of Hastings’ Feast

Last week, Year 4 took part in our very own Battle of Hastings re-enactment on the school playground. We followed this up with a feast fit for a king in our classrooms. What a way Read more…