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Welcome to the Year 4 Class Page!

Home Learning during school closure/self isolation

Please find below a range of activities for Year 4 children. There is also a selection of suggested websites with activities and resources to support home learning. All children are expected to complete their work during school closures.                      

Your child will also be supplied with a 'Home Learning' pack on Friday 20th March.

Please support your child to complete their learning activities during this closure. They have been supplied with adequate resources for, at least, the two weeks leading up to the Easter break. If the closure continues, further resources will be provided online.

Thank you!


Useful websites

Below are some Year 4 home learning activities.

Children should also practise Times Tables and spellings as detailed above. They can continue to use their logins for Times Tables Rockstars and Spelling Shed.

Times Tables

The National Curriculum states that the skills listed below should be embedded by the end of the year group.


Spelling rules and patterns are regularly taught as part of our English curriculum. Alongside the learning in class, children will receive a weekly spelling list as part of their homework.

The word lists below are those which children use frequently in their writing but can often be spelled incorrectly. Some children in Year 4 may still be learning words from Year 1 and 2.

Class Letters

Curriculum Letters


Homework is given out every Wednesday and is to be returned by the following Monday. This consists of:-

 - times table practise using 'Times Tables Rockstars' (children use own logins)

 - spelling words using 'Spelling Shed' (children use own logins)

 - a Maths or English task relating to learning for that week


In addition to this, we ask that you support your children to read at least 3 times a week and record this in their reading record book. Regular reading really does help your child to access all areas of the curriculum.