Welcome to Year 4


In Year 4 our teachers are Mr Ayers (Nightingales), Miss Hadley (Finches) and Miss Wilson (Larks). We are supported by Teaching Assistants Miss Farenden, Miss Brewer and Mrs White. Miss Swallow is the Year 3 & 4 Phase Leader.

Remote Learning

If your child is having to self isolate, we have put together some Maths, English and Topic activities for your child to complete this week. These documents will be updated on a weekly basis. 

Isolation Grid

White Rose Worksheets

White Rose Answers


Week Commencing 17th January

Isolation Grid

White Rose Worksheets

White Rose Answers


Week Commencing 24th January

Isolation Grid

White Rose Worksheets

White Rose Answers


Friday 21st January 2022

Our Awards this week go to:

Larks - Nellie B

Finches - Poppy J

Nightingales - Alice H & Olivia W


Year 4 arrival and collection

Children enter through Lych Gate between 8.30am - 8.45am.

Parents collect from front playground and exit through corridor at 3.10pm.



Please click here to view the Curriculum Overview for Year 4.

For the LKS2 curriculum morning Powerpoint please click here



This term we have started with the topic 'Power'. In this topic, we learn all about electricity; how it is generated, where it comes from, how circuits work and famous scientists linked to electricity. The children have the opportunity to carry out a lot of practical work and investigations as we develop their scientific skills. After half term, our topic changes to 'Invaders and Settlers'. This is a largely history-based topic, where we look at the Viking invasion of Britain. We will visit Bishops Wood to explore how the Anglo Saxons and Vikings lived, and learn about everything from longboats to King Alfred the Great.


We have started the year with the story of Jim and the Beanstalk. The children have been learning to use inverted commas, adverbials and paragraphs. Following this, we will move onto non-chronological reports to fit in with our 'Power' topic. After half term we will study Viking myths, and the children will plan and write their own myth. 

Recommended reading 

To access the BookTrust recommended reading for 9-11 years olds click the icon. 

To access another useful Year 4 reading list, click here. 


During the Autumn term we focus heavily on Place Value and Addition and Subtraction. In Year 4, the children are expected to work with numbers up to 10,000. This includes partitioning, ordering and comparing numbers. Times tables are crucial to the maths curriculum, so please continue to practise these at home with your children regularly. 


Wednesdays - Indoor PE

Fridays - Outdoor PE

PE Kit

Please send your child in to school wearing their PE kit on the days that they have PE. For safety reasons, jewellery is not to be worn during PE lessons, therefore could you please ensure your child is able to remove it independently before the lesson or have it removed before coming into school. 


In order to minimise the amount of paperwork between school and home, we will trial setting homework on Seesaw. Children will be able to check their Seesaw for information about:

1) Spellings to learn for the week     2) The My Maths activity that has been set     3) The times table to focus on for the week

Children will also be able to use Seesaw as an online reading diary, recording what they have read throughout the week. Children are still expected to read 3 X a week and this will be monitored in school.

Banded reading books will be sent home for those children who are not free readers.


There will be a weekly spelling programme during the term.  We teach spellings every morning in a 15 minute session. Taught spellings will alternate between Read Write Inc spelling units and the Year3/4 words.

Please click here to see the spellings for Autumn 1.

Please click here to view the Year 3 and 4 Word/Spelling List.          



Please check that your child has an apron or an art shirt in their bags for messy activities in school.