Year 4

Miss Chubb
Class 9 Teacher
Mrs Stent
Class 10 Teacher
Julie Locke.jpg
Mrs Locke
Class 10 Teacher

Welcome to Year 4!

Class 9 - Miss Chubb teaches in Class 9 and Mrs Abbott is the teaching assistant based in Class 9. 

Class 10 - Mrs Stent teaches in Class 10 from Monday - Wednesday and Mrs Locke teaches on Thursdays and Fridays. Mrs Tomkins and Mrs Jean are the teaching assistants based in Class 10. 

Our Curriculum for the Spring Term:

Topic & Science

Our Topic this term is 'Settlers and Invaders'.

In Science, we will be exploring Sound. The children will learn about how sounds are made through vibrations and how sound travels to the human ear. They will also explore the pitch and volume of a sound in relation to the object that produces it and how distance has an effect on sound.

In History, the children will be learning about the Vikings and the Anglo-Saxons. The children will learn about why the Vikings invaded and settled in Anglo-Saxon Britain and about daily life during this time-period, including their food and alphabet.


In writing this term, the children will be learning about Newspapers, Recounts in Role and Poetry.  The children will learn about how to identity and use the features of a newspaper report.  They will then write their own article about a real event (the Viking attack at Lindisfarne).  

We will link Recounts in Role to the Vikings and the Anglo Saxons. The children will learn about writing in the first person and how to write effectively for different audiences while taking on the role of another person.

In Poetry, the children will learn how to identify and use different features of Poetry. We will look at a range of poetry for different audiences.


In mathematics, the children will follow the concrete, pictorial and abstract approach. This term the children will learn:

  • Area
  • Fractions
  • Decimals.

The children will also complete a daily Math Skills sheet which focuses on the four operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.


In the first half term the children will learn about Judaism, exploring the question ‘How special is the relationship Jews have with God?’ and the similarities to Christians. In the second half term, the children will be learning about ‘Salvation’, exploring the question ‘Why do Christians call the day Jesus died Good Friday?’ This unit will focus on the events of Holy week and remembering Jesus’ death and resurrection.


This term, we will be looking at the following:

‘How we grow and change’. This includes changes that happen at puberty, hygiene, emotions, who is responsible for our well-being and when to ask for advice.


In our outdoor PE, we are thinking about cognitive skills and during our indoor PE, we are focusing on gymnastics.

Spelling and Homework

Homework will be set and homework books will be sent home every FRIDAY and are due back in on the following FRIDAY please.

The children will be expected to complete:

1) SACAWAC spelling sheets weekly.

2) My Maths internet task (once / fortnight)

Children should also read several times each week and regularly practise their times tables by logging in to the TimesTables Rockstars website.

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