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Home Learning


In anticipation children and families having to self isolate due to the Coronavirus outbreak we have setup Google drives to share work for our year 4 pupils to access from home so that they have the opportunity to continue their education in line with the curriculum long-term overview. 

The children should be able to access this work and information independently by following the google drive links below and can present their work in the new learning log that they have been provided with, we encourage them to be as creative as possible.

In addition to this work the children can continue to use the e-learning platforms that the school have bought into such as Spelling Shed, My Maths, and Timestables Rock Stars.


We will weekly update the contents in the folders and MyMaths platform.  

Home learning:

Each week children will have a range of home learning tasks to complete as follows:

  • 1 activity in their learning logs each week which should be linked to the topics outlined above for this term. Learning log homework is to be submitted each week by THURSDAY through their Seesaw account and they will be checked and given feedback on this day.
  • At least one 'sound check' on Times Tables Rock Stars. This is set up like the multiplication tables check that the children complete at the end of year 4. This will help them to develop their recall speed throughout the year as in the assessment, they will have 6 seconds to answer each question. Children will also be set specific times tables they can practise through the other modes on the website. 
  • Spellings lists will be given to the children on a Monday and will be tested on a Friday. Children will have opportunities to practice these spelling rules in class throughout the week. Working on them at home helps to consolidate this learning.

    In addition to this, children will be given a log in for accelerated reader. This software helps children to demonstrate their understanding of what they have read through completion of small comprehension quizzes based on the books they are reading. Children should aim to complete at least 1 quiz per week, however this may not always be possible with larger books. 

  • Children will also receive a reading record that they are to use to log the title, date and page numbers they have read that week and these will be checked on a THURSDAY also. Due to the current climate we are having one day per week that reading books can get changed and this will also be on a Thursday. Please make sure books that borrowed from school are returned on this day once your child has finished reading them so that they can be quarantined then used by others within the class.



Year 4 Google Drive Shareable links








Welcome to Year 4 ST Jeanne Jugan



Welcome to year 4 and a warm welcome to our class webpage! On here, you will find all the necessary information you will need for this term! 

PE days: Tuesday and Friday (Outdoor)

Indoor PE: Children require full PE kit which is a white t-shirt and blue shorts. 

Outdoor PE: Children require full outdoor PE kit for this day which is a white t-shirt, blue shorts and trainers. As the weather gets colder, the children should be keeping warm by wearing long pants and jumpers. Children will come to school in their PE kits and stay in them throughout the whole day.





During this term, we will be exploring what it means to be chosen and our daily choices; we will explore other faith- Islam and prepare for Lent and Christmas. 




This term we will be focusing on develop our reading and writing skills of a range of non-fiction and fiction texts. The main text will be The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe and we will develop different writing skills (diary writing, description and narrative) based on the story of Narnia.




We will continue practising multiplication tables and focusing on developing number sense and fluency. We will look at measurement of length to consolidate our previous learning before exploring multiplication and division. 


This half term, we will be covering the unit of Sound and focus on learning how sound travels and how it is created. We will learn about different ways to change the pitch and volume of a sound wave.



Our topic focus for this first half term is history nd we will be looking at the Romans in Britain period.


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.


Miss Piekarska.

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