Welcome to the Year 4  Page


Welcome to our Year 4 homepage, here you can find up-to-date information and the latest news from our year group. 

Please keep checking back in throughout the term for regular updates.

Thank you

Miss White, Mrs Hunter, Mrs Burton, Mrs Green, Mrs Haddon, Mrs Sykes, Miss Gardner and Mr Young. 


Don't forget you can email the Year 4 team at the following address: m.4@sherrier.leics.sch.uk

Our Christian Value of Compassion 



This term in Year Four:


In the Spring Term we are continuing to work on our narrative skills, this time creating Change Stories, focusing on setting descriptions. We will be continuing to focus on our punctuation accuracy, alongside building our understanding of different sentence types to hook the reader. We will be using the story Wing within our English lessons. 

Having now completed our Guided Wing stories, the children are now developing their skills in planning, writing and editing independently. We hope to share these with you soon. 


For DERIC Reading this half term, we will be delving into the story of How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell. We are focusing on developing our understanding of the Author's choice specifically 'discussing words and phrases that capture the reader's interest and imagination'. 

Within some of our Guided Reading sessions we will be learning, practicing and enhancing our performance skills for our Easter production. 


This year we will be using the Power Maths programme to deliver our Maths learning. We have now begun our learning on Unit 6, Multiplication and Division (2). During this unit we will be learning about effective written methods for both multiplication and division, whilst applying the knowledge we have learnt so far in problem solving activities. 

Within our RAYS Maths sessions, we will continue to apply our written methods from our last unit in problem solving contexts. We will be developing of confidence in using a range of different representations including Bar Models and Part, Part, Whole models.  

X-Factor will still be carried out every week and children will continue to bring home a copy of their work along with an example version the can practice at home.  


Our Maths Topic Overviews

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Connected Curriculum - I Am Warrior!

To start the Spring term, we will be delving into the world of Roman Britain and the impact of the age of the Celts!  Discovering the greatest leaders of the time including Boudicca and Julius Caesar, we will learn all about what the Romans did for us today. As we move through the topic, we will be preparing for Gladiator School creating our own Roman Shields by developing our DT skills, alongside learning about how to move and work as a Roman Army, as well as discovering the fashions of the time. 

Our Knowledge Organisers

How can you help support our learning at home?

Want to try any other exciting activities linked to our I am Warrior topic? Why not have a go at some of these! 

Our previous learning! 

Alongside our Potions topic, we created melted wax crayon art work. We thought about the impact of the scientific process of melting and how we can use this to create effective artwork. We worked in small groups, building our collaborative working skills alongside needing to be creative thinkers. We were all really proud of the artistic outcomes! 

Potions Topic Activities

Upcoming Events! 

Easter Production 

1st April - 6pm - Small Hall 

2nd April - 2pm - Small Hall 


Further details and ticket information to follow soon

Important Letters and Documents 

As we go through the year, please check back for any key documents or letters you may need.

Roman Gladiator Open Afternoon Invitation

Ukulele Borrowing Letter (Ukulele is Monday afternoons on a rotation schedule).


 As we begin the second half of the Spring Term our new class novel is 'How to Train your Dragon' by Cressida Cowell. 

WB 11/03/2019

This week we are working on Chapter 2 of our class novel. We are spending some time looking at how the author has created suspense as the characters make their first steps towards capturing a dragon. 


WB 18/03/2019 - WB 01/04/2019

Over these three weeks, within out Guided Reading sessions, we are using the time to develop our 'perform' skill for our Easter production. We will be thinking about the importance of vocabulary and how we can emote the written words. 

Year 4 will have the following slots for PE this year: 



Children will need indoor and outdoor PE kits school for these days but may also need their kits on other days. Therefore please make sure your child's P.E kit remains in school for the week. 


P.E Kit essentials:

White t-shirt


Jogging bottoms/Outdoor leggings




If your child does not have the correct kit for the lesson they may not be able to take part.

Year 4 Twitter

Please make sure you are following us on Twitter @SherrierY4 to keep up to date with all of our fantastic work and learning. This will be updated regularly during the term. 

If you have requested to follow our page, please let a member of staff know so we can make sure we accept the right followers. Thank you. 

Our Fridge Words 

Week Beginning 13/03/2019

triumphant Someone who is triumphant has gained a victory or succeeded in something and feels very happy about it.
elated If you are elated, you are extremely happy and excited because of something that has happened.
jubilant If you are jubilant, you feel extremely happy because of a success.
proud If you feel proud, you feel pleased about something good that you possess or have done, or about something good that a person close to you has done.
rejoicing If you rejoice, you are very pleased about something and you show it in your behaviour.



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Last update: 2019-03-26