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Mrs Nunns, Miss Gregory, Mrs Harris, Miss McKeown and Miss Smith-Dunn also helps us. Our doors are open from 8.40am to 8.50am, please feel free to catch us then or at the end of the day. You can also leave a note in your child’s home-school book or contact us on Class DoJo.
We cover the National Curriculum 2014 objectives for Year 4 and have three cross-curricular themes throughout the year:
Year 4 Term Themes (663kB)
Look at what we have been learning throughout the year.
In Year 4, children are expected to complete the English and Maths tasks below to support their learning in school. They also have the option of completing theme-related homework.
Regular reading to an adult or themselves – there is a direct link between reading regularly and doing well in school. This should be recorded in their Vipers bookmark. We hope that children will read for 20 minutes per day.
Talk homework for a Big Write – Talk homework sheets will be handed out as required. Children are encouraged to discuss their ideas at home but can also make notes or draw pictures to use during the Big Write.
Practise weekly spellings – children should practise for 5-10 minutes at least 3 times a week or until they know them. Spellings will be handed out on Mondays, and tested the following Monday.
My Maths tasks will be set by the teachers regularly. These will link to their current learning in school.
Times Table Rock Stars (TTRS) – Children have their own TTRS login details.
At the end of Year Four, all children will complete a Multiplication Tables Check and are expected to know their times tables up to 12 x 12. TTRS has different modes to support children develop fluency with their tables in an engaging format. We hope they will enjoy using this at home.
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