Holy Trinity CofE Primary School (Merton)

Holy Trinity C of E Primary School


 What Have We Achieved This Week:


Ancient Egypt provides the focus for our topic this half term.  We will learn about the discovery of Tutankhamen and investigate ancient civilizations, looking at comparisons and contrasts with Ancient Greece and their influences on the rest of the world.  In art we will have fun working with hieroglyphics and making our own ‘papyrus scrolls’ as well as creating Egyptian fans worthy of any god / goddess!



This week we have written non-chronological reports about Ancient Egypt using our research homework.  We finished the week by writing a report on one of the European countries taking part in the World Cup.


We have been thinking about 2D shapes and the properties of triangles, including work on angles.  We have also been solving World Cup word problems.


Homework due in Wednesday 11th July 2018

For your last piece of homework, we would like you to create a page of your favourite memories of Year 4.  You are free to design this however you wish on the A4 paper provided.


PE for 4T continues to be on Monday and Thursday this half term.


Playtime Snacks

If you wish to provide your child with a snack, please ensure that it is a fruit or vegetable as we are a healthy school and would like to promote this.



We will have P.E. lessons on a Monday and a Thursday, so please make sure you have the correct clothing (labelled) in school on these days.

 Please can you make sure your child has a fully labelled PE kit including: socks, PE jumper and well-fitted plimsolls. Please speak to the teacher if you have any issues with this. PE kits should be in line with the school's policy and therefore no football kits are allowed to be worn during PE lessons. 


Reading records

Please keep your Reading Records up to date. You need to make a note of the book and pages that you have read and get this counter-signed by an adult at least three times a week. We will be checking the diaries every Monday and we would like to see 4 or 5 entries per week. Children can of course read their own books from home, as well as school library books.  

Date, book and the page you read to                                  Comments
13/10    The White Giraffe      Pg 1-10

 Comment(Parent or child)and signature of parent.


The Daily Mile

It is now a requirement for children to have an extra 20 minutes of exercise a day in addition to playtimes and PE. Therefore, the whole school will be engaging in the The Daily Mile. Year 4 will be doing this straight after lunch.

The aim of The Daily Mile is to improve the physical, emotional and social health and wellbeing of our children – regardless of age or personal circumstances.

For more information, please see the link below:

Please see http://thedailymile.co.uk/ for more details.