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Hi year 4, I hope you are all well. Thank you for sending me your work, I have enjoyed looking at it and can see that you are working hard at home, well done! Here is Thursdays home learning, don't forget you will need some eggs (up to 6) and drinks for our Science investigation today that I will explain in the loom video.

A reminder too, for anyone who wishes to have their snowy (or just having fun at home), picture included in the slide show at the end of the week, please email it to me.


Thursday 28th January


English -  To write the opening

Maths – Solving 2 step word problems


Spheres group or anyone who finds the above one difficult, do this one instead; Solving addition and subtraction word problems


Optional extra challenge: 


Science –

To plan and set up a scientific enquiry, you will need 4-6 eggs, a fizzy drink, milk, cordial (or other liquids of your choice)

Watch the loom video here (sorry that it is in 2 parts, it timed me out!)

Part 1


Part 2



The record sheets for this are below this plan


Topic – Read and discuss the PowerPoint, comparing England to St Lucia


PPT below

Story time – Chapter 4

Comparing England with St Lucia PowerPoint

Good morning year 4, here is the plan for today. I hope you are all keeping well, your work has been really good that I have seen so far this week, keep it up! Well done all of the parents too!! πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ˜ƒ

Wednesday 27thJanuary

English -  To plan the opening

Maths – Representing comparison word problems


Spheres group or anyone who finds the above one difficult, do this one instead; Subtracting (regrouping in multiple columns)


Optional extra challenge:


PE- (2 PE sessions today as the children in school will have an afternoon of PE and it is important to keep moving and happy!)

PE - Jo Wicks – on YouTube  at 9am, but it can be accessed at any time of the day.

Story time – Chapter 3

Good morning year 4. I hope you all had fun in the snow yesterday, even I got pulled down the road on our sledge 🀣 and built another snowman, they seem to be getting larger each time it snows! I've put a few photos below, it would be great to put a slide show of photos together of you, having fun in the snow, to put on here. If you have any that you would like to share, please send them in an email and I will put them together at the end of the week for you all.

Here is todays learning. I will be in school for the afternoon today.

Tuesday 26th January

English -  To add suffixes ary/ery.

Maths – Representing one step word problems


Spheres group or anyone who finds the above one difficult, do this one instead; Subtracting 3 digit numbers (regrouping hundreds to tens)


Optional extra challenge:


Music – See Mrs Adewale’s plan below

Music is 2 sessions work.

Story time – Chapter 2


Snow fun! β˜ƒοΈβ„οΈ

Good morning year 4, I hope that you have all had a lovely weekend. We managed to get out for some cold, but lovely walks and also enjoyed playing in the snow too!

Here is your home learning for Monday, it includes a brief hello and introduction to the week, video clip from me and a chapter of our class story for you to listen to. Don't forget to start practising your spellings today too (these can be found below), ready for a test on Friday.

Have a lovely day everyone πŸ˜ƒ

Monday 25th January

Watch Loom video clip;

English - To analyse and interpret a setting description from an extract.

Maths – Applying and consolidating column addition and subtraction


Spheres group or anyone who finds the above one difficult, do this one instead; Subtracting 3 digit numbers (regrouping tens to ones)


Optional extra challenge:



PSHE – Time to get active

Computing –

login into


Complete the 2do (top left-hand corner)

Vehicles – coding.

Story time – Chapter 1


Spellings for this week;










Masterminds group (Please do try the above ones though, if these are getting too easy for you)








Welcome to Year 4! We hope you all had a lovely Christmas and New Year, we would like to thank you for your lovely cards and gifts. We are looking forward to another fantastic term with you all. smiley


Mrs Davies and Mrs Meldrum

Year 4 Spring 1 Curriculum overview

Year 4 Spring 1 Homework grid

Christmas party fun πŸŽ…πŸΌπŸ₯³

Playing our homemade times table games 😁

Year 4 Autumn 2 Curriculum

Year 4 Autumn 2 Homework grid

Year 4 Autumn 1 Curriculum

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Our elf has been up to mischief in our classroom πŸ™ˆ

Science - investigating how string phones work and which materials make the best string phones.

History - we were given a topic to research about Roman life, we made a poster to show what we found out. Then we had to move around the room to learn about the other aspects of Roman life from our peers.

Science - exploring pitch

Investigating sound vibrations in Science (Nov 2020)

Our amazing portrait display

Archaeologists for the afternoon! We excavated Roman mosaic tiles and used them to create our own mosaic patterns.

Our harvest assembly. Everyone did really well, with only a little rehearsal time! Sorry it isn’t a video, but the majority voted for photos only!

Science - states of matter. Can you work out if we acting as solid, liquid or gas particles?

Scientists - taking accurate measurements using different thermometers and data loggers.

Our trip to the Roman Dewa Experience Chester. Part 1....

Armed with our battle shields and setting out for patrol with the experienced Roman Centurion!


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Visiting the amphitheatre -Mrs Davies and Mrs Robinson battled as gladiators!

Poor Mrs Robinson was voted to a gruesome death after the battle!

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We continued our patrol back through the streets, despite telling the Roman Centurion that our coach was waiting, he insisted that we must complete our training in order to earn our certificate!


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