Year 4

Year 4

This year. There are 2 classes in Year 4. 4G led by Mr Greet with Mrs Pope as his teaching assistant and 4M led by Mrs Mitchell who has Mrs Bool as her teaching assistant.

Summer Reading Challenge!

This years challenge will take place online. It is free to join and lots of fun. Below are two documents –  a printable  colouring page and a flyer with more information and links to the challenge website. Have fun and enjoy!

Silly Squad Flyer

Johanna Basford Super Silly colouring

Week Beginning 6th July, 2020

Hello Year 4,  we hope you are all staying safe. A huge well done with all the home learning you are doing.  Please keep reading as much as you can! I hope you all take part in the summer reading challenge which is always a fun way to motivate you for reading.  Oak Academy is a really great resource but if you would like a change,  Pobble 365 is a fantastic resource. It has many thought provoking pictures and a story starter which you can continue to turn into your own fantasy stories.

We are missing all of you very much and look forward to seeing you all when you return to school. If there is anything you need help or support with please contact the school office and we will be happy to help. 🙂  

  • Please follow the must, should, could strategy

Please see the Oak National Academy timetable for the week ahead





To develop strategies to plan and solve problems

Poetry: Reading comprehension Word Meaning


Reasoning with pattern and sequences

Poetry: Reading comprehension Language


Reasoning with pattern and sequences

To identify the key features of a poem


To develop strategies to plan and solve problems

SPaG focus – Punctuation – Dashes & Ellipses


Reasoning about pattern and sequences

Write your own Haiku

Link to year 4 schedule (work) 

Link to this week’s topic work:

Learning Project Maths Week

Link to year 4 schedule (work):


  • Read a book everyday for pleasure (not an entire book!)
  • Complete Maths and English task


  • Complete a topic lesson from the link (twice a week) ‘Maths Week’ link.


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