Year 4


      Down Ribbon: Welcome to Year 4



                                                           4P – Mr Parry & Mr Dempsey

                                                        4W – Mr Wilding & Mrs Amanna




P.E. in Year 4 is swimming.



We go every Wednesday afternoon to the AT7 Centre.


Children will need a towel and a swimming costume. Girls should have a one piece suit and boys should have trunks or shorts. The shorts must not cover their knees. Earrings or studs are not allowed in the pool. If children cannot remove and insert them themselves, earrings or studs should not be worn on Wednesdays.




Homework is set Fridays.

Children will usually receive:

1 spellings sheet.

Children to write 5 sentences using the spellings being tested.

1 piece of Maths.

This will cover consolidation work or ‘Maths Non-negotiables’.


Children are expected to read to an adult a minimum of 4 times a week and record it their Reading Diary.


Homework is due in on the following Wednesday.

A spelling test will be held on Friday.

Reading Diaries will be checked on Fridays.





Our current study area in Science is ‘Humans and other Animals’. Children will be able to describe the simple functions of the human digestive system. They will be able to explain the different diets of carnivores, herbivores and omnivores and identify the different types, and functions, of teeth in humans.

Science games




Topic Work





 Our topic for this half term is ‘Coventry – a local history study’


The children will investigate the changing industry in Coventry over the last 300 years. They will visit the Coventry Transport Museum and the City Centre and look at how the skills used in weaving developed through watch making to bicycles, motorcycles and cars and how the Second World War changed the face of Coventry to what the children see around them today.







By the end of Year 4, child will need to know all of their multiplication and division facts up to 12x12.


You can help by asking questions at home or on the way to school.

Times tables grid games


Multiplication games

Children should also be able tell the time on analogue and digital clocks. You can support your child’s learning at school by helping then learn to tell the time.


To support English, you can use these websites:

English games

BBC games