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 Thomas, Miss Boakes, Mrs McConnell


Scroll down for a range of activity ideas you could do at home.


Don't forget you can email the Year 4 team at the following address: sherriery4@gmail.com

or contact us on @SherrierY4

We hope you are all ok and cannot wait to welcome you and your child back soon x

Week Beg 6th July 2020


Below is an attachment of the document sent out via ParentPay detailing the activities we have suggested for the week. As stated in the letter, if you have set up clear routines with your child please continue with those. We have chosen these activities to provide structure and ideas for learning, which link to the Year 4 Curriculum. 

The supplementary documents are below in a file list.

Rainbow Games Documents

 Rainbow Games Letter.docxDownload
 The Rainbow Games Activities.pdfDownload
 The Rainbow Games Poster.pdfDownload
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8th June Booklets - Head Start and Talk for Writing

 Diamond Nine Example.docxDownload
 Mountain Questions to Answer.docxDownload
 Y4 Activity Booklet (l).pdfDownload
 Y4 Activity Booklet - ANSWERS(l).pdfDownload
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Distance Learning

Children will have returned home on Friday 20th March with a home pack. Within that pack, there are many activities that your child can carry out at home. Although we have set a lot of work on our homework bingo grids (below) and worksheets, we have and will also be setting up work to be carried out via Purple Mash and Times Tables Rockstars. We by no means expect all this work to be completed but we wanted to ensure there were plenty of activities available. We also have an online work page via our website where further work is available.

Within your child's homework pack they will have brought home two homework bingo grids, two home activity sheets linked to year 4 topics and a range of additional activities. Our main hope is that children continue to practice their timestables, creative writing (stories, diaries, descriptions, reports, newspapers etc) and reading. There are so many resources being created during this time and would love for you to engage with whatever you feel is best for your child. 

We hope this helps and wish you all the very best!

The Year 4 Team x

Story Writing


Would your child like to write a new story? Can they plan and write one using one of the following sentence openers as inspiration? Remind them to use the 5 paragraph story structure they are used to - Beginning, Build-Up, Problem, Resolution and Ending.


These sentences can appear anywhere within the story or could just be used as inspiration. 


  • Peeking through the window her surprise turned to horror... 


  • Cold and wet, tired and exhausted she made her way along the path through the forest.  


  • As she walked along the street the tiny dragon in her pocket stirred restlessly

Our Maths Topic Overviews

 Unit 1 - Place Value 4 digit numbers (1).jpgDownload
 Unit 2 - Place Value 4 digit numbers (2).pngDownload
 Unit 3 Overview Addition and Subtraction.pngDownload
 Unit 4 - Measure - Perimeter.pngDownload
 Unit 5 - Multiplication and Division.pngDownload
 Unit 6 - Multiplication and Division (2).pngDownload
 Unit 7 - area.pngDownload
 Unit 8 - Fractions (1).pngDownload
 Unit 9 - Fractions (2).pngDownload
 Unit 10 - decimals.pngDownload
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Misty Mountains

For the Summer Term, Year 4 were to begin their Misty Mountain topic. Within this topic they would learn about: rivers - how they're formed and move from source to the sea; mountains - how there are different types and revisit their learning about the Water Cycle. 


To support your child in gaining this learning they could research Rivers and Mountains and create a fact file of information or create a leaflet. 


Further home activities recommended within this topic include: 

  • Choose one of the world’s highest mountains and create a PowerPoint presentation all about it to show us in class.
  • Find out about animals that inhabit a mountainous area of the world. How do they adapt and survive? Are any of these animals endangered? Why?
  • Write an information book explaining how different types of mountains are formed.
  • Create a fact file all about famous mountaineers.
  • Research Mountain sports such as skiing, rock climbing or mountain biking. Choose one that excites you and create a scrapbook of information and images.
  • Create a ‘true or false’ quiz all about mountains of the world.
  • Create a 3D food model of a mountain or mountain range.
  • Write a ‘water cycle’ song or rap like the one we heard in class!



Our Knowledge Organisers

How can you help support our learning at home?

What will you choose to do?


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! 


Year 4 on Radio Leicester 

Important Letters and Documents 

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

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

Our Christian Value of Compassion 



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 

This term in Year Four:


This half term, Year 4 will be completing their own set of instructions for a potion of their choice. We will be looking at the use of rhetorical questions, imperative verbs and expanded noun phrases to persuade a reader. Following this we will begin our Suspense Story writing. During this focus we will work on the use of sentence variation, empty words and prepositions to build suspense working our writing. 


Continuing with our class novel, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, we will be looking at the different type last of questions you can ask about the text. We will use our decoding and explaining skills to develop our knowledge and use of tier 3 vocabulary. We will then use our retrieval and interpreting skills to answer questions about the text as well as explore the choices the author has made. 


This year we will be continuing to use the Power Maths programme to deliver our Maths learning. For the second half of the Spring Term we will be following two units on Fractions and will follow this with a unit on decimals (Units 8, 9 and 10). Please read the unit overviews attached below to gain an understanding of the objectives and methods used within these units. 



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Last update: 2020-07-06