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St Peter's Church of England (VA) Primary School

One Family, Aiming High, Learning Together with God

Year 4

Year 4 2021-2022

Please make sure you have joined our google classroom. If your child needs to isolate, home learning will be available on google classroom.

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Please make sure you are working on times tables at home to support our learning at school. We are looking out for our Rock Star every week!

You might also like to try out this game which allows you to select certain times tables that need extra work!

In Year 4 this week...


This week in Year 4 we loved our online English lesson with Pie Corbett, we wrote some beautiful poems using our learning about similes and metaphors. We have also focussed on using fronted adverbials this week.

In maths we have been working hard on our division of 2 digit numbers by 1 digit, it has been tricky but we are improving every day!

We learnt about influential women during World War One by researching on the chromebooks.

In science we found out how living things are categorised into groups based on their similarities, we used branching databases to guess what leaf our friends were thinking of.

We are really enjoying our Roman marching during PE with Mr Tatham. 


Welcome to Year 4! The class teachers are Miss Stirling, Mr Tatham and Mrs Selwood, we are excited for a fantastic year ahead! Year 4 is an important year, we will be working hard to make lots of progress and achieve the best we can in everything, including the national times tables test in the Summer Term.


Please check back regularly for updates about Year 4 and our learning.


Year 4 have PE on Wednesdays and Fridays, please come to school in your PE kit. (PE will begin the week of 13th September).


Reading records will be checked and books changed on Mondays.


Homework will go home on a Friday and be checked on Wednesdays with a spelling test too.


You are welcome to email to make contact, however if the message is urgent please contact the office.