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Year 4


Our teacher is Mrs Mathur and our teaching assistant is Mrs Wallington.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mrs Mathur by email:

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Meet the Teacher Leaflet

This term, our topic is ‘Pills and Potions’. Within this topic, in history, we will be learning in depth about the Plague – its timeline; where it came from; symptoms and how it was spread; life in the 17 century and how it helped the plague spread and what was done to try and stop the spread.

In Science, we will be learning about teeth and the digestive system including role of the mouth and teeth in the digestive system; what happens when we eat; different functions of the teeth; how we look after our teeth and what a food chain is.

Our class reader this term is one of the Reading Passport books - Flat Stanley.

Year 4's trip to the Science Museum

World Book Day 3rd March 2022

Patrik's news report for homework.


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We created Viking shields to go in our role-play area.

We used freeze frames to re-tell the story of Leon and the Place Between. We also did a hot-seating activity where we answered questions from the perspective of a character.





Listen to your child read every day for at least 20 minutes. 


Log any interesting words the children find in their reading books and encourage them to find out what the words mean, so they are able to use these words in their writing. 


Ask your children to write neatly when they do their homework. This should encourage the children to use what they have learnt at school. 


Ask your child to keep a diary of any interesting events that happen.




Practise their times tables with them up to 12 x 12 and their related division facts - e.g 12 x 12 = 144,  144 divided by 12 = 12.  Please encourage your child to log onto TTRockstars to practise their times tables. Children have been given their login's, however please do not hesistate to contact us should these be misplaced. 


Ask your child mental maths questions at home - for example asking the children to work out how much something costs or the change that is needed when shopping.


Maths games that you could play at home


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Spelling, punctuation and grammar games that you could play at home


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