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Welcome to Year 4!

We are:
Mrs Evans
Mr Dobbs
Mrs Formosa
Miss Patel
Mrs Faizal
Mrs Paul
(and plenty of children!)

This term we are learning about the Tudors as our overall topic.  'Sound' and 'Insulators and Conductors' are our Science topics.
Any reading you can do around these would be really valuable.

We will be looking to make educational visits to the Peterborough Cathedral and Burghley House in Stamford, both of which have parts built in the Tudor Times.
We will be continuing to learn the violin this term.

You should be reading for 20 minutes each night and doing spellings.  You will get three pieces of home learning each week.

PE kit must be in school on a Monday (indoor) and Tuesday (outdoor).

We will be setting some home learning on-line.  For those who don't have access to the internet at home, we will be starting an after-school club soon.

Personal Development:  


Your child will be looking at the importance of relationships and friendships, and developing their awareness of and ability to form and maintain healthy relationships. This includes the ability to value and empathise with others, manage conflict and recognise how we affect and are affected by others. They will learn about the importance of recognising and valuing both similarities and differences between themselves and other children, including understanding that people live in different family arrangements. They will revisit their networks of special people, identifying those they can talk to about their concerns and how to get support in situations involving friendships and relationships.

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Inside Peterborough Cathedral, as taken by Year 4!

Inside Peterborough Cathedral, as taken by Year 4! (38KB)

Peterborough Cathedral, as taken by Year 4!

Peterborough Cathedral, as taken by Year 4! (72KB)

Henry VIII - one of the Tudor Kings (1491-1547)

Henry VIII - one of the Tudor Kings (1491-1547) (45KB)

Class Links:

Headline History!

We've only just started learning about the Tudors. There is so much more for you to find out about, so start here.

Practise partitioning with cubes

This is a fun game to help you understand tens and units.

Understanding tens and units.

Some of us will have used this in class to help us understand bigger numbers.

Adding two digit numbers.

Practise adding tens and units as a written sum. Remember to add the units first.

Number square

Practise putting numbers in the right place on a number square. Don't forget to cover all the numbers before you start playing.

Which activities can you find to help you practise your maths?

Look here for some of your favourite primary games. Remember Eggs on Legs and Balloon Burst?

A right angle or not a right angle ?

Can you recognise a right angle even when it is upside down? Sort these shapes, looking at the right angles.

Manufacturing chocolate

This website shows the process of making chocolate from start to finish

Reading scales

Practise reading different scales by playing this game.

Who wants to be a millionnaire?

Play this game to help you remember what you have learned in the classroom.


Practise your coordinates here!

Practise your shape work.

Facts about shapes, including lines of symmetry.