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Year 4 is an educational year group in schools in many countries including England, Wales, Australia and New Zealand. It is usually the fourth year of compulsory education and incorporates students aged between eight and nine ( in some countries it is 8 to10)
In Australia, Year 4 is usually the fourth year of compulsory education. Although there are slight variations between the states, most children in Year 4 are aged between nine and ten.
In schools in England Year 4 is the fourth year after Reception. It is the fourth full year of compulsory education, with children being admitted who are aged 8 before 1 September in any given academic year. It is also the second year of Key Stage 2 in which the National Curriculum is taught. Year 4 is usually the fifth year of primary school or the second year group in a Junior School. In some areas of England, Year 4 is the final year group in First school, it is aged eight to nine.
In schools in Wales Year 4 is the fourth year after Reception. It is currently the fourth full year of compulsory education, with children being admitted who are aged 8 before 1 September in any given academic year. It is the second year group in Key Stage 2.
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