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Welcome to 4E!


Your class teacher is Mrs Edwards and your teaching assistant is Mrs Beck. We have 30 children in our fabulous class who all work extremely hard. On our class page, you can find information about what we have been learning, books we are reading and information to help continue your learning outside of school.


Targets for Year 4

Maths:  Know all times tables facts up to 12 x 12 at speed

Writing: Be able to use fronted adverbials and use all speech punctuation correctly 

Spelling: Pupils should know how to spell all the words on the Year 3/4 list ( You will find a copy of this on It's Learning)

Pupil of the week:  There was no congratulations assembly this week due to our carousel days.
Fab Five: 

Respect -

Learning Attitude -

Team Work -

Good Example -

Precision -

Star winners : 

This week our learning attitude was: 


Our Winners were:

Lilli-Mai and Caroline

Reading in 4E:

 We are reading a book by one of our classes' favourite authors. Tom Fletcher!




In our English lessons we are also reading and basing our writing on the text:





Our homework can be accessed on It's Learning . Each week we have spellings that we need to learn and have a reading task that we must complete. Mrs Edwards has also set us some other homework tasks that are linked to our topic 'Modern Europe'. You will also find some extra activities for you to complete to practise the particular area that we are looking at in Maths or English that week.

Class News: 


We had great fun last week when we had a surprise PE session where we learnt fencing! We had a go at different footwork 1 and a 1, 2 and then we got to dress up in the vest and masks to have a go using plastic swords to see if we can score points by jabbing our partner!


We also showed great team work skills when we worked as groups to present information about the biomes in Russia.





Our class timetable


'Modern Europe'


This half term our text will be 'The Lost Happy Endings'.

Our writing focus will be:

  • Expanded noun phrases 
  • Speech punctuation 
  • Fronted adverbials 
  • Extending sentences using conjunctions
  • Possessive apostrophes for plural nouns

Our spelling focus will be: 

  • The suffix -ous
  • Proof reading
  • Using the prefixes









  • Adding the suffix -ly
  • Homophones
  • Year 3/4 statutory words to learn. You can find a full list on Its Learning .

Our reading skills focus will be:

  • Inference
  • Retrieval  
  • Prediction 
  • Define
  • Summarise
  • Compare
  • Relate  


  • Dividing 2d by 1d
  • Multiplying 3d x 1d using full written methods
  • Identifying 2d shapes and their properties including lines of symmetry  
  • Counting backwards through zero to include negative numbers
  • Finding fractions of an amount and solving increasingly harder problems involving fractions
  • Reading and writing co-ordinates in the first quadrant and being able to translate a shape


Our topic in Science this half term is 'Feel the Force'. Children will explore how forces can make objects start to move, speed up, slow down or change direction. They will compare how things move on different surfaces. They will learn that some forces need contact between two objects, but that magnetic forces can act at a distance. They will identify that magnets attract some materials and not others and that these are known as magnetic materials. They will learn that some metals, but not all, are magnetic and that all non-metals are non-magnetic. They will learn that magnets have two poles and that two magnets will attract or repel each other, depending on which poles are facing.


We will be looking at recent history and the effect that EU laws have had on our country.



We will look at where the continent of Europe is and will begin to learn to name some of the European countries along with their capital cities. We will also be learning more about particular European countries as we go through our topic looking at famous artists, cultures, food etc.

We will also be conducting field study looking at where we live and how we can improve our local area.


We will be learning more about the artist Seurat and his pointillism style. We will hopefully also be visiting a local art gallery this half term.

In DT we are going to be learning how pneumatics work and designing a keepsake for a tourist for the Netherlands.


In our computing sessions we are going to look at how we can use repetition in Scratch to create designs and images.

We will also be using our computing skills to present information and to research information about the European countries we are studying.


We will be continuing learning about the Hindu faith and looking at the ways that they worship at home and at a Mandir. We will also be learning more about some of their special celebrations such as Diwali.


This term we will be completing sessions regarding athletics. So we will be jumping, throwing and running and hopefully improving in every area!


The children will be learning songs from European artists and even some great hits from the Eurovision song contest!


In French we will be learning how to name countries and explain how we will travel there and then we will finish by revising all of our topics for the year!


Click the link and then login in to find activities and learning that can be recorded into your green homework book.

Maths Lesson 9.7.18


Finding fractions of amounts  


Game 2!