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Year 4

Visit our Coronavirus Update Page.

If you feel that your child requires a more personalised curriculum, please see the SEND page where there are some activities to complete - click here to go there!

School closure:  Please complete the work packs that were sent home. The booklet sent home covers the objectives for maths in Year 4, so feel free to support your child with pages that were not highlighted. You also have a list of useful websites to find other resources.

Please keep any art work, stories or poems you write during this time, take pictures of models you build or dens. When we are back at school together Year 4 will create a display to celebrate how amazing you all were during these strange times. Keep safe everyone we miss you.
If you would like to email in any completed work, photographs/videos or just to say hello please email: 

Ongoing tasks

You could also do the CO-VID 19 Time Capsule pack below.

Also remember to access your Times Tables Rockstars at

Parents can also use Twinkl and use the free offer to support their childs learning at this time at

Parents could also use the BBC Bitesize online daily lesson service that has been made using

Parents could also use the Oak National Academy online daily lessons and quizzes using

Children could also complete Maths games on or 

Also why not learn a new skill and play chess using 

Also check the music class page for music activities set by Mrs Hemmingway that are situable for all year groups

Some fun activities from the RSPB 

Some fun activities from The Woodland Trust 

Some families activities from Wakefield council see below for newsletter


 2020 Covid-19 time capsule sheets (1).pdfDownload
 237497 Families Newsletter April 2020.pdfDownload
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ANSWERS for this weeks booklet (Week 4) 

Please note as next week is half term week we will not be setting work.  Have a good week and stay safe :)

Week beginning: Monday 18th May 2020

Some Maths work for you to complete:

 Y4 Week 5 Day 1.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 5 Day 2.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 5 Day 2_Powerpoints for Teachers.pptxDownload
 Y4 Week 5 Day 3.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 5 Day 3_Powerpoints for Teachers.pptxDownload
 Y4 Week 5 Day 4.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 5 Day 5.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 5 Day 5_Powerpoints for Teachers.pptxDownload
 Y4 Week 5 Teacher notes.pdfDownload
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Week beginning: Monday 18th May 2020


 Perfect Form Powerpoint with audio.pptxDownload
 Y4_Week_5_Teacher notes.docxDownload
 Year 4 Week 5 Day 1.docxDownload
 Year 4 Week 5 Day 2.docxDownload
 Year 4 Week 5 Day 3.docxDownload
 Year 4 Week 5 Day 4.docxDownload
 Year 4 Week 5 Day 5.docxDownload
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Week beginning 18th May 2020

Workbook for this week below.  Answers will be available on Friday.


Here are the answers to this week's workbook

Don't forget the wildlife!

Click on this link to find some fun activities from the RSPB.

The Woodland Trust has also got lots of different activities you ight enjoy!  Click on this link to find out more 


Week commencing: Monday 11th May 2020

Here is some Maths work for you to complete:

 Y4 Week 4 Day 1.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 4 Day 1_Teacher Powerpoint.pptxDownload
 Y4 Week 4 Day 2.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 4 Day 3.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 4 Day 3_Teacher Powerpoint.pptxDownload
 Y4 Week 4 Day 4.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 4 Day 5.pdfDownload
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Week commencing: Monday 11th May 2020

Here is some Literacy work for you to complete:

 Conjunctions Powerpoint with Audio - Day 1.pptxDownload
 Conjunctions Powerpoint with Audio - Day 2.pptxDownload
 Teacher Notes Year 4 Week 4.docxDownload
 Year 4 Week 4 Day 1.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Week 4 Day 2.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Week 4 Day 3.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Week 4 Day 4.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Week 4 Day 5.pdfDownload
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Week commencing 11th May

Workbooks for this week.  Answers will be published on Friday

Answers for week 2 can be found in last week's section below.  :)

ANSWERS for the week 2 booklet.   

VE Day

Do you know what VE Day is all about?  What about VJ Day?  Have a look at some of these resources to find out more.  During the war some of our food had to be rationed and ingredients like eggs, butter and milk were in short supply.  Maybe some of your great grandparents will remember what a ration book was!  Why not have a go at making some of the wartime recipes too?  Some of the ingredients might surprise you but they really are quite delicious!! We tried some of them today :)


ANSWERS for week 2 workbook

Week commencing: Monday 4th May

This workbooklet give you something to do each day.  Answers will be released next Friday at 4pm.  Good luck.  

Answers for week 2 booklet can be found above:)

Week commencing: Monday 4th May

Here is some Maths work to complete:

 Y4 Week 3 Day 1.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 3 Day 2.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 3 Day 2_Powerpoint for teachers.pptxDownload
 Y4 Week 3 Day 3.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 3 Day 4.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 3 Day 5.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 3 Day 5_Powerpoint for teachers.pptxDownload
 Y4_Week3_Teacher notes.pdfDownload
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Week commencing: Monday 4th May

Here is some Literacy work to complete:

 Powerpoint - Adverbials 1.pptxDownload
 Powerpoint - Noun Phrases 1.pptxDownload
 Powerpoint - Noun Phrases 2.pptxDownload
 Y4_Week3_Teacher notes.docxDownload
 Year 4 Day 1_RM.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Day 2_RM.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Day 3_RM.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Day 4_RM.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Day 5_RM.pdfDownload
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Week commencing: Monday 27th April

Here is some Maths work to complete:

 Y4 Week 2 Day 1.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 2 Day 2.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 2 Day 3.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 2 Day 4.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 2 Day 5.pdfDownload
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Week commencing: Monday 27th April

Here is some Literacy work to complete:

 08 Track 8.mp3Download
 Year 4 Day 10.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Day 6.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Day 7.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Day 8.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Day 9.pdfDownload
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Week commencing: Monday 27th April

Here are some topic ideas:

Research about Ancient Egyptian death and remember the lessons from school and create and design a death mask or sarcophagus(coffin)

 Egyptian Mummy Instructions.pdfDownload
 Egyptian Mummy Paper Model Pack.pdfDownload
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Week Commencing: Monday 20th April

Here is some Maths work to try and complete:

 Y4 Week 1 Day 1.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 1 Day 2.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 1 Day 3.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 1 Day 4.pdfDownload
 Y4 Week 1 Day 5.pdfDownload
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Week Commencing: Monday 20th April

Here is some Literacy work to try and complete:

 Year 4 Day 1.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Day 2.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Day 3.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Day 4.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Day 5.pdfDownload
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Year 4 - Pop Art

Last year, Year 4 have been looking at different styles of art.  This piece of work was inspired by the artist Andy Warhol.   Who can you spot in our gallery?  I think you will agree the results are just stunning!  Well done Year 4.

Fantastic Featherstone - A History Walk with Ian Clayton

Have a look at the fantastic poetry Year 4 children have produced following Ian's workshop. 

Year 4 were taken on a fascinating journey into Featherstone's past with our very own local historian Ian Clayton. Starting off in the cemetery, we heard all about the fateful day in 1893 when the Redcoats fired on the people of Featherstone.  James Gibbs and James Duggan sadly lost their lives that day.

How times have changed!   Children heard the sad story of Thomas Millard who died at only 15 years old, when a stone fell on him whilst working down the pit.  Amazingly we discovered our very own local connection to Thomas.

World Book Day 2019

Year 4 excelled themselves this year with a real variety of costumes!  Well done parents for coming up with such fabulous ideas.  As well as enjoying  lots of book-themed activities throughout the day, we thought about children in all parts of our world who do no have any books.  Children then tried to decide which books they would choose to give to a child who did not have a book of their own.

Year 4 Gardening Club

This term our gardening club have taken over looking after our planters and tubs at the front of school.  We will be growing our own flowers from seeds, so we can plant a range of different plants to help attract more insects and create a pleasant place for parents to sit.

Let's play darts!

As if by magic, three dartboards have appeared in Mr Lowe's Hogwarts reading area. Pupils from Year 4 and Year 5 have joined the lunchtime darts clubs and are honing their skills for some upcoming competitions. Not only is darts a test of skill and nerve, it is also an enjoyable way to practise mental maths. Good arrows!

Golf club

Pupils at St Thomas' have been enjoying the new golf putting mats and clubs that have been purchased with the Sport Premium grant. Year 4 have been practising hard ahead of the upcoming intra-school competition between Year 4 and Year 5. The lunchtime clubs are very popular with the boys and girls in Year 4, with a number of pupils having never played before. Even the teachers are enjoying taking part!

The Daily Mile

Year 4 have now commenced the Daily Mile, an initiative which encourages children to adopt a healthy lifestyle. By bringing their trainers into school everyday and participating in ten minutes of exercise every afternoon, the pupils are improving their fitness whilst setting themselves a target of improving the distance that they can cover each day. The pupils performed a bleep test at the beginning of term and will perform a second one at the end of term so that they can measure their improvement. Last year's Year 4 came third in the district for the Daily Mile so we are aiming to do even better this year!

Making clouds!

As part of an investigation into the water cycle, Year 4 pupils have been creating their own clouds in jars using hot water, ice and hair spray. We simulated the sea being heated by the sun by placing hot water in a glass jar; the evaporated water vapour would rise to the top of the jar and be cooled down again when it came into contact with the ice-cold lid (representing the colder air as the water rises). This would cause the water vapour to condense again into water droplets. The hair spray was added to make it easier to spot the water vapour. The pupils loved the experiment and enjoyed releasing the cloud into the classroom!

Pasta maths!

Pupils in Year 4 were perplexed when their teachers opened bags of pasta into the middle of the classroom floors and told them to count all the pieces! After trying a few different strategies, the children discovered that the task was an investigation into why our 'base 10' number system uses place value. By adopting the base 10 method into their counting strategy, the pupils could easily stop their counting at any point and determine how much pasta there was.

Times Tables Rock Stars Challenge

Congratulations to Laila and Imogen for becoming the first Times Tables champions this year!

Every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday sees Year 4 practising their times tables knowledge against the clock. Pupils have three minutes to answer as many times tables questions as possible whilst listening to some of the greatest rock anthems known to mankind. For an added challenge, some pupils have to answer questions which test their knowledge of their inverse times tables (i.e. division questions), or even a mixture of both multiplication and division!

Welcome to Year 4!

Welcome to our new Year 4 pupils! The staff are really looking forward to learning with you this coming year; we have got some exciting topics and activities planned! Our first topic is 'Romans' and will see us investigating famous events, landmarks and people. It is a great topic to start with as it links to many of our other subjects such as Maths, Literacy, Art, Geography, Languages, R.E., Science and, of course, History!

Below are the Medium Term Plan (what we will be studying during the Autumn term) and the Long Term Plan (an overview of all the learning that will take place during Year 4).