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Class: Year 4 CD



19.04.21 - Good Morning Year 4!

Work for children learning at home can be found in the class downloads section. (26th-28th May)

Welcome back to school Year 4CD, I hope you all had a wonderful and well deserved break.

This term I am extremely excited to start our new South America topic.

Please remember to bring PE kits for Monday and Friday’s lessons. These will be taking place outside and as you are aware the weather has been extremely unpredictable!


Chatterday work was sent out last week, you can bring work that you are proud of into school to go on our display to help encourage and inspire others in our school!




In Year 4 children are encouraged to reach their full potential in every aspect of their learning and wider school achievements. They will learn to apply their initiative as they become more confident and independent learners.

As well as lessons providing children with a challenge, they are stimulating and fun! Children are given plenty of opportunities for ‘hands-on’ experiences as well as opportunities to share and exhibit their work.

Year 4 children are given the opportunity to take greater ownership over their learning this year and are encouraged to manage their own progress by working towards personal targets.

Having an enjoyment of learning is central to the ethos of year 4 and each child will receive the individual support and encouragement needed to be successful and proud of their achievements.

The best way you can help your child this year is to help them to complete their home learning and to practice spellings and times tables each week.


On the rest of this page you will be able to find photographs, examples of children's work and information about what we are learning in class - including details of any exciting events or trips that are coming up!


Stay posted for updates.



Learning Goals


Summer 1 -


Our Topic work this half-term is SOUTH AMERICA!

This topic has a strong focus on Geography but also covers aspects of, Maths, Art/D&T, Drama, Music and ICT learning objectives. It gives children a chance to take ownership over their own learning. We will be specifically liking our English work to Topic, focusing on newspaper reports and persuasive letters.

In Science, our work will revolve around the theme of 'Sound'.

Children will learn about how sounds are created, how sounds travel through different materials, l explore ways in which sounds change as you move further away, why it is sometimes necessary to prevent sounds from travelling and pitch and volume.Children will use their skills and knowledge to organise and carry out experiments and investigations themselves, both independently and working in groups.


In English, we will be studying the book Ada’s Violin. We will create our own newspaper reports and write persuasive letters.  Throughout, children will also develop theirs writing and editing skills. Children will be developing their writing throughout and will apply and develop their punctuation, grammar and spelling strategies. As well as reading and responding to a variety of texts, there will be plenty of opportunity for children to engage in drama and discussion.


In Maths, children will engage in a variety of mathematical challenges including word problems, practical activities and mental maths skills. As well as revising, recapping and developing upon many of the more challenging areas covered throughout last year, we will be holding weekly times tables challenges; a speedy recall of our times tables facts will help throughout the year as we cover new objectives. A more detailed breakdown of our objectives has been sent home but can still be obtained on request.





Continuing learning at home is an important and will help children to consolidate their understanding of work done in class. Chatterday is designed to meet the needs of each child and you are strongly encouraged to support your child when he/she completes it. Please take time to create beautiful and inspirational work. All work should be something children are proud to show off. Take time and have fun with it. Please ask for paper if you do not have any at home.


Children will be given a set of spellings to learn which they will be tested on every Friday. Times tables will be set and tracked using Times Table Rockstars. If you have any issues with access to a computer or internet, please let me know and alternative arrangments can be made. 

This year we have access to Spelling shed, please see letter sent home 4.9.20 for more information.

Miss C Drabble Miss C DrabbleTeacher
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