Year 4

Teaching Team – Mr M. Ownsworth, Mrs G. Saxelby
Mrs B. Duffy, Mrs H Pollitt

PPA cover ( Tuesday mornings): Mrs K. Bartley and Mrs J Hughes

Welcome to our Year 4 web page – we hope you find all the information you require here.

Weekly activities to support your child’s learning:

  • Daily reading. Daily reading is invaluable to your child’s education. Please discuss the text with your child, ask questions and sign the home school diary every day, indicating any pages you have read. The book bag must come into school each day.
  • New spellings will go into the home school diaries on Tuesdays to be tested the following Tuesday. Please try and learn a few words with your child each night.
  • Additionally, please try and learn a few words each week from the Year 3/4 word list found at the bottom of this web page.
  • An expectation by the end of Year 4, is for each child to know their times tables up to 12 x 12. Please try to work on a few facts each night.

On- Going Homework:  

We are really keen for the children to become fluent at their times tables and this means regular practice at home and at school. Therefore, we have put some links to multiplication games onto our school website on the Year 4 page, which we would like the children to play in order to increase their fluency. 

By the end of Year 4, national expectations are that children know all their times tables up to 12 x 12 and can spell the 100 words from the Lower Junior List. Additionally, any work on telling the time would be helpful, as well as Maths in context such as measuring.

Spelling: We have been assessing your child’s spelling this week. Your child will be receiving their personalised weekly spelling words ( they will be glued into your child’s purple ‘Home- School Diary’). Please use the colourful ideas sheet from your child’s reading packet to help your child learn their personalised spellings in a fun way. They will be tested on the words a week later on a Tuesday.

Thank you for being such an appreciative audience during our Year 4 Recorder Concert and for supporting us at our Visit to St. Chad’s Church and Romiley Forum last week. We also value all the comments we have received from your child’s report and thank you for your compliments. Your children are wonderful and we have had a super year. We wish all our children and their families a happy summer holiday and future success, as the children begin their time in Upper Juniors.

Week commencing 22nd July 2019

ENGLISH: We complete our final unit, focusing on the use of persuasion.

SCIENCE: We complete our unit of work about sound and look at Habitats and care of the Environment.

MATHS: We shall be using number to produce patterns and complete our work on Shape.

MUSIC:  We shall be linking the production of sound from musical instruments to our Science work.

ART: We shall continue to study the work of two famous sculptors: Henry Moore and Anthony Gormley.

COMPUTING: We will be developing our computing skills, by incorporating animation into ‘Scratch’ projects.

FRENCH: We will revise previous learning about our preferred colours, by practising these phrases daily and later moving on to Days and Months of the Year.

HOMEWORK: Friday 19th July:  ‘MyMaths’ homework will be set, to be submitted by 24th July 2019.

Holiday Homework: On transition day, your child will have received paper homework from the Year 5 teachers asking for the children to find a favourite poem to share with their class in September. We would also encourage the learning of all time tables and beginning to look at the Year 5/6 100 key word list ready for September.

On Thursday 25th July, your child may choose to bring in an appropriate non- electronic, inexpensive toy into school to play with.

Thank you again for a happy and productive year.

We are always happy to answer any questions or queries that you may have, so please don’t hesitate to contact us.



Curriculum Links & Documents
Year 4 Termly Curriculum Overview
PSHE Overview – Year 4
Year Group Expectations – Year 4
Years 3-4 Word List
Year 4 Parent Handbook


Useful External Links & Resources

My Maths - This Week's Homework

My Maths – This Week’s Homework

Number Twins

Number Twins Game

Splat Square

Splat Square – Multiplication Pattern

Double and Halve

Doubling and Halving

Power Lines

Power Lines – Maths

First News

First News – Young People’s Newspaper

Hit the Button - Mental Maths

Hit the Button – Mental Maths


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