Horsfall Street, Morley, Leeds
West Yorkshire, LS27 9QY

Headteacher: Gillian Austerfield


Asquith Primary School

Growing to Succeed

Year 4

Welcome to our Year 4 Page!

Throughout the year, this page will be updated with newsletters, information, website links and pictures of all the exciting activities your children are taking part in. Please feel free to comment on our class blog below.

Any questions, please feel free to drop me an email: richard.holt@asquithprimary.org




Alder class (Mr Holt) will have PE  every Tuesday and will go swimming every Wednesday afternoon.

Beech class (Mrs Trolley) will have PE in school every Wednesday and Thursday.  

Our PE kit consists of a white top and blue shorts. Children may want to bring a track suit or joggers for when PE is outdoors. It would also be useful for children to have a water bottle.

PE in the hall is performed in bare feet. Children can wear indoor pumps for those lessons if they prefer.



Homework is set on Fridays and is due in the following Wednesday. There will be spellings set as part of homework and those tests will take place on the following Friday.



Children should have their planners every day in school. They are a great way of communicating. We will collect planners in on Fridays and sign them (adding any comments if needed), then planners should be signed by parents over the weekend.

We Are Scientists!

Alder Class have been investigating how long it took different chocolate bars to melt.

Year 4 Blog

Heroes, monsters and living things

Helena TROLLEY (helena) on: Year 4 Blog

Welcome back after the half term break! It has been a great week with the children designing their own mythical heroes and monsters (some of which were truly terrifying), based on our text, Beowulf. As part of our science lesson, 4B also went out on a wildlife safari in the school grounds to see what we could find. We were very impressed with the children’s ability to identify the different living things that we came across.

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Science investigations

Helena TROLLEY (helena) on: Year 4 Blog

This week, 4B have been investigating the best conditions for drying materials by evaporation. The children did a fantastic job planning their investigation by applying their understanding of changes of state and role playing the water cycle.

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World Book Day

Helena TROLLEY (helena) on: Year 4 Blog

This week has been another great week. The children looked fantastic in their World Book Day costumes and certainly seemed to enjoy the science related book activities that they took part in, particularly those involving chocolate!

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Week ending 1.3.19

Helena TROLLEY (helena) on: Year 4 Blog

Welcome back after the half term break! The children have had fun researching ways in which the Romans have affected life in Britain. We are so impressed with the creative ways in which they chose to present the information that they found. Well done Year 4!

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