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Home learning tasks


While the children are at home, here is a wide variety of activities and websites that they can be completing and accessing:


Telling the time:

Timestable fun:

Roman Numerals:

Fractions games:

Rounding numbers:




Spelling Shed


Bug Club


Epic app - This app can be downloaded on to an Apple device or you can access the website using: Here the children can access a range of reading materials. 

Class code - gqc6399


Top 10 activities:


  1. Watch a David Attenborough documentary which links in with our learning in Science. There are lots of these available on BBC iPlayer and online. 
  2. Practise telling the time - both digital and analogue
  3. Practise counting money and calculating change
  4. Read to a younger sibling or adult at least three times a week.
  5. Watch Newsround to keep up with the latest national and international news. 
  6. Read the First news article that is available below. This is child-friendly newspaper with lots of interesting articles to read. 
  7. Create a diary about all of the activities that you have been completing while you have been at home. 
  8. Practise Year 4 key words. These can be found in your reading record or the document is attached below. 
  9. Year 4 Maths passport. The passport objectives have been included below. Have an adult or older sibling test you on the different objectives. 
  10. Create a fact file about the different people we have looked at in the 'Boys who dare to be different' and 'Goodnight stories for rebel girls' books. Some examples include,  Ashley Fiolek, Mary Anning, Jane Goodhall, Alan Turing and Stormzy. 

All of these activities are linked to topics that are being covered in school.


Welcome to Year 4!


4DM: Mr McCabe & Mrs Reville

4FL: Miss Lewis & Miss Ruderham


We hope that you have had a lovely summer and that you are ready for lots of new learning this term. 


This term, our topic will be Ancient Egypt and we are very fortunate to have an artist coming into school to work with the children to create some canopic jars. There is also a trip planned for Friday 27th September where the children will watch 'Horrible Histories - Awful Egyptians' at the Palace Theatre, Manchester - letters will be sent out soon after the children return to school. 




Year 4 also sees the children attend swimming for the first time. All children must attend as this is a requirement under the National Curriculum. Swimming lessons for the children will take place on Mondays and each child must bring their own swimming kit into school in a separate bag - please do not send swimming kits in your child's school bag. Any child who does not have a swim kit with them on the day, will not be able to borrow a kit and they must remain at school. The letter outlining all of the details with regards to appropriate swimwear can be found at the bottom of this page. 




Homework will be given out on a Friday and will be due in the following Wednesday. This will usually consist of two pieces of written work as well as reading homework which consists of a minimum of three reads per week, ideally for 15 minutes with an adult on hand to ask questions. 




PE will take place on Mondays and Fridays. Please ensure that your child has a full kit (white t-shirt, blue or black shorts and black pumps/trainers) with them so that they can make the most of each of the sessions. PE kits will be sent home at the end of each half term to be washed. 


If you have any questions, please feel free to speak to member of the Year 4 team at the end of the school day, or if it is something that you wish to discuss in private, you can arrange a meeting at the school office.