Welcome to Year 4!

Class Teachers: Mrs Redfern and Mrs Walker

Learning Support Assistant: Mrs C Haigh

    Y4 Curriculum Map 2019-20                     



School Closure 

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While school is closed, don’t let yourself be bored. You have a file full of work to do. You have your log-in to Purple Mash and you can read loads of books on Bug Club. Also have a look below for Maths, English and general ideas too keep you busy.

Don’t forget to check out Year 4’s Class Dojo page for daily updates and tasks. 


Also visit our school Twitter account for daily inspiration. Just search @CharlesPrimary 


Hope you are all safe and well. Take care and hopefully we will all be back together soon.


Mental Health Awareness week

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Weekly Wellbeing Journal

Monday    Tuesday      Wednesday      Thursday      Friday


History – V.E Day activitie


V.E Day Powerpoint 2

V.E Day activities and ideas

useful web links


Geography Summer Term Project – Rainforest

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Fluent in five daily challenge

Week 4 – 18/5/20


See Art and DT curriculum pages for Art and DT topics for Summer term learning at home.


book explaining Coronavirus to children (illustrated by the Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler) can be accessed here: (click here)

book called The Book of Hopes: Words and Pictures to Comfort, Inspire and Entertain Children in Lockdown (click here)



If you’d like some suggestions for reading, discussions and activities linked to our work in RE, click here.


Try these fun Maths Games and Activities from Third Space Y4 Maths Games And Activities Pack

Maths homework grid – Y4

Also have a go at these on-line lessons

Practice your tables too, using these resources.There’s also a Parents’ Guide to help your mums and dads.

Times Tables Pack Parent Guide


https://whiterosemaths.com/ An excellent resource that we use in school with the children. Due to school closure they are releasing video tutorials and access to their premium content for no cost.

Mathsphere.co.uk Maths games and worksheets.

Topmarks.co.uk/hit the button maths games for quick recall of number facts. Often played in class.

Mathszone.co.uk brings many games and websites together in one place.

Mathsisfun.com Maths games and activities.

bbcbitesize-keystage2 BBC Bitesize-Maths videos.

Try your hand at Code-Breaking with this second Maths challenge.  There’ll be another one next week.



Pobble365.com a website full of pictures. Discuss the pictures to encourage imagination and practice vocabulary.

Onceuponapicture.co.uk a website full of pictures to encourage imagination and practice vocabulary.

Teachhandwriting.co.uk Practice handwriting.

Twinkl – uplevelling sentences  Full of resources. Search ‘uplevelling sentences’ to help your child improve their sentences.

ictgames-english allows children to practice spellings and writing. 

Log-in to Bug-Club to practice your reading.



Look at these Science experiments and maybe have a go.

The Scouting Association has lots of ideas to keep you busy. Have a look here.

Fancy having ago at some Art, Music, Design Technology or some well-being activities. Then check out Kapow Primary. This website has lots of tutorial videos and fun activities for different year groups. Just click the link here.

Be Active – Do Joe Wicks’ PE lessons on YouTube with the family or have a family workout. Fancy a dance? Go on BBC Super Movers for KS2 English and Maths or Just Dance on YouTube. 

Keep Moving With GoNoodle – GoNoodle is free for teachers, parents, and kids! Get moving with 300+ dance videos, mindfulness activities, and more engaging videos for kids.

Remember the most important thing is that you make time to talk. Perhaps they could play a board game, facetime a member of their family they have not seen this week, enjoy a family indoor picnic or have a family dinner.



Here are some nice ideas for activities you can try at home while schools are closed. 

Thrive activities for parents of children up to age 11 – week one

Time Capsule

Create your own time capsule for your future self to look back at to see what you were doing through this historic time.

Time Capsule Resources


Click here for the times table check practice


 My Maths           Times Tables             Purple Mash             Bug Club

Welcome to our Year 4 class page where you can keep up to date with all of the fun learning that takes place in our classroom.

If you wish to see either of us, please speak to us after school or make an appointment via the school office.


Children will be going swimming every Tuesday this term.  Please make sure children have their kit in every week.


Children will be set weekly homework which will build on their learning that takes place inside the classroom.

10 Minute English and 10 Minute Maths books will be sent home with your child on a Friday and should be completed by the following Wednesday.

In addition to the above homework, children are expected to read daily and practice their spellings and time tables for a test on Friday. Links to the MyMaths and Bug Club websites can be found at the top of our class page, as well as links to fun online games which can be used to learn times tables.

Parental support and involvement is greatly appreciated with regards to the completion of all homework. If you have any questions regarding homework or accessing these websites at home, then please see your child’s class teacher.


In school, all children will be heard reading by the Class Teacher and by the class LSA. Children are also provided with lots of opportunities to read for pleasure. It will greatly benefit your child if this love of reading is also encouraged at home by reading daily and discussing the text. As part of our new Accelerated Reader programme, the children should read at home for 20 minutes each day. Please write in your child’s reading record book the pages they have read, and sign to say it’s been done.

Children can also access Bug Club at home where there are a variety of interactive books available to read.

School reading books and reading records should be brought into school every day. 


Class Prayers