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Year 4

Dear Year 4 pupils,

We hope you are adapting to your new daily routine at home. Remember, that you are in control of your learning now so, with the support of your parents or carers, you need to ensure that you divide up your time so you can continue with your learning of the different subjects across the curriculum.

You were given the learning packs for all the school lessons leading up to the last day of the spring term – Friday 3rd April so we hope you are busy working your way through those tasks. There are also lots of useful links you can access here  to support your learning.

We will soon be uploading the ‘Easter Holiday’ learning packs which will have a range of learning you could do over the holiday period. After the Easter break, we will continue to upload the weekly school curriculum every Friday. A text message will be sent to your parents/carers to remind them to check the website when the learning is available.

You may have already created one yourselves but Ms Duong has devised a suggested daily (Mon-Fri) timetable for you to follow:





50 mins

English (include writing/reading/grammar activities)


20 mins

Silent reading/reading aloud to someone in your house – remember to fill in your reading records!


20 mins

10 Spelling words (use spelling lists in planner or try this website) Use the ‘look, cover, write, check’ approach and then write the ten spelling words into full sentences.


15 mins



45 mins

Maths (includes Arithmetic questions, MNP lesson, challenges and daily problem solving activity)


20 mins

Times tables test practise via TT Rockstars


20 mins

Mathletics to practise Arithmetic fluency


50 mins

Lunch break


45 mins

One of the following curriculum subjects per day:

  1. History
  2. Geography
  3. RS
  4. Science
  5. Spanish
  6. Art



Daily exercise with ‘The Body Coach’

We look forward to seeing all your learning when we next see you back at school. Work hard, keep busy and remember to continue to be the proactive and resilient learners we know you are!

Best wishes,

Ms Duong and the Year 4 Teachers