Daily Message

Welcome to Year 4 & our virtual school page. Within this page you will find all of the links that you need for your home learning. We are so proud of the whole of Year 4 for the excellent learning attitudes that you are demonstrating everyday. Please continue to log in to Seesaw to upload your work and follow your daily lessons. This week you will find daily lessons for English, Maths and a daily morning video too. Below you will find guidance for all other lessons.

Please click on the links below to view your suggested weekly timetable & your weekly learning plan:

Year 4 Suggested timetable – 13th July 2020

Home Learning Weekly Overview Year 4 – 13th July 2020

This week, we celebrate our year in our Celebration assembly on Wednesday. Thank you for your hard work on this. Please send me any last contributions on Monday.

We are committed to helping your child to learn, relax and be happy at this time.

Warmest regards,

Mrs. Elliott & Mrs Hart


You will find your daily English session uploaded in Seesaw in the ‘Activity’ section.

This week we will using our literacy lessons to write a letter to Mr Palin and Mrs Longley so that you can tell them all about yourself as well as your goals and ambitions for Year 5. We will also be thinking about our friends and will be making a friendship flag with messages for our class mates. We will be preparing a Friendship magazine full of interesting activities to share with them.

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG)
This week we have one final spelling list!

accident, actually, busy, eighth, forward, forwards, guide, possess, occasion, Wednesday.

Rather than having a Hive Game for these we will be playing some games to practice using them. We will also look back at the whole of the Year 3/4 Spelling List. Can the children identify any words they need extra practice on before moving on to the Y5/6 spellings in September?







This week we will be going over some key skills in maths. We will play some maths games and explore our concepts in different ways.
This week’s lessons:

Monday – 4 operations consolidation and game.
Tuesday – Decimals recap.
Wednesday – Unicorns v Giants. Maths game
Thursday – Summer maths activities and board game

TTRS – This week we have a battle against Y3. The last one of the year! Remember to keep playing on TTRS in the holidays to keep your times tables knowledge fresh!


This Week

Get ready for the Grand Finale of Wakefield Music Services BIG SING 2020 on Friday 15th July at 10.30am by learning a new song We can be kind. All the songs for the performance can be found on their Youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTJpHlO0S2z5ulcMw4JHZ5jw5oRLpCBh9


Click on the Joe Wicks icon above to access your daily fitness.

Miss Hoyte is now delivering weekly dance lessons for you all. Please click on the link below to access your weekly dance lesson:

Miss Hoyte’s Dance Lesson

ACES, who work in our school, have also provided some ideas for PE at home. Please see the document attached below:



Well-being and Mindfulness

Why not click on the icon above to try ‘Cosmic Yoga’?


Keep reading everyone! Please remember to return your reading books to school so that we can get the library ready for Septemebr! Can you complete the JCA Reading Bingo?

History & Geography

Compass Directions

This week we are going to have a go at using a compass to give directions. Can you make your own compass rose picture or model?

Please find the video here and the supporting sheet here.


Ask a Question.
Watch this Oak National assembly with famous scientist Lord Robert Winston. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6e0fZs4-IU
Here, children ask him fascinating questions about Science such as: Where do rainforest animals go at night? How do you get crystals out of the ground? How do you make a vaccine for Covid 19? What makes the sound of thunder?
It is fascinating to listen to!

I know Year 4 are fascinated about Science too! What questions would you like to know about Science? Write them down and then try to find out the answer. You could use some of this website to help.

Or try the attached activity – How do you grow a rainbow?