Year 4 Learning

Welcome to Year 4’s home learning page. All home learning can be found below.

As we enter our sixth and final term of this academic year, I wanted to thank you for your continued support over the last two terms. I have received emails and pictures that have brightened by day, spoke to many parents that have made me laugh and have loved seeing the children on our weekly Google Meet calls. It has been lovely to hear about and see all of the excellent home learning taking place and most importantly, each child in our class is happy and healthy.

This term we begin a new topic looking at Africa. Most of our English and reading will be linked to this topic too. During week three, as a school, we will be holding a ‘Safety Week’. This means, our learning may be slightly different during this time.

I look forward to hearing from you all. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need any support.
Take care and stay safe,
Mrs Waller

Term 6 Week 7 Home Learning 13/7/2020

What an eventful academic school year this has been! Each of you have worked hard, stayed positive and continued to create smiles on the faces of your teachers, families and friends. Before you begin your final week of Year 4 Home Learning, I am incredibly proud of all that you have achieved and have loved being your teacher this year.
Mrs Waller

Term 6 Week 6 Home Learning 6/7/2020

You have an exciting week ahead. This week your Google Meet will be held with Mr Clee. While I will be extremely sad to see you move on, I know Mr Clee looking forward to seeing you all very much and teaching you again next year. Keep up the hard work. I love to see how you are getting on.
Mrs Waller

Term 6 Week 5 Home Learning 29/6/2020

I hope you are all getting on well with your home learning. I would love to see pictures of your work or the other activities you are taking part in at home. This week you will find a transition activity that Mr Clee has set for you ready show each other during a Google Meet call next week. Mr Clee will be in touch regarding the details of this. Have a wonderful week and remember, if you need help with anything, you can always email me.
Mrs Waller

Mrs Waller’s weekly video

Term 6 Week 4 Home Learning 22/6/2020

I hope you all enjoyed ‘Safety Week’ and learnt something new. This week we continue with our topic of Africa and will explore poetry in English. Keep up the excellent home learning. I am very proud of each and every one of you!

Term 6 Week 3 Home Learning 15/6/2020

This week is ‘Safety Week’. Your Learning grid has lots of opportunities to learn how to stay safe in a range of different situations. Below you will find everything you will need to complete your tasks. These sheets do not have to be printed but are there to support your learning. I hope you have a great week, I look forward to seeing a lot of you on our Google Meet calls. Keep working hard. I love to see your fantastic pieces of work!
Mrs Waller

Mrs Waller’s weekly video

Term 6 Week 2 Home Learning 8/6/2020

Mrs Waller’s weekly video

Term 6 Week 1 Home Learning 1/6/2020

Mrs Waller’s weekly video

Week 7 Home Learning 18/5/2020

Mrs Waller’s weekly video

Week 6 Home Learning 11/5/2020

Mrs Waller’s weekly video–x ht

Get reading!

While you have a reading book at home, the Oxford Owl website has a range of free e-books at all the levels. This is a great resources if you are looking for something new to read.

Audible are currently enabling children to have free access to the books that they have available. This is a fabulous opportunity to book taste different genres and authors as well as have the story read to you. A fabulous resources worth checking out.

Staying active is important too!

At this time, it is really important that all children are still able to exercise and stay active. Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) is providing a daily PE session, on his YouTube channel at 9am each week day. The children who attend school will be taking part in these sessions too.

Fabulous Fractions

Take a look at some of the brilliant maths work that has been done at home already this week. Well done!