Year 4

Work for School Closure


Your child has been given a workbook and each week, all teachers will set 4 pieces of English, 4 pieces of Maths and a non-core subject activity to be completed in this workbook.

The book also has all the logins and information you need to help you child and keep them entertained.

Here are a list of some of the websites that you can use during this time. There is a comprehensive list in your workbook. Educational Websites

Purple Mash

Classroom Secrets Kids


Topmarks for Maths

Education City 


Please read carefully – Microsoft Teams

All online work for Year 4 is now set on Microsoft Teams.


Year 4 are now using Microsoft Teams to complete work. You should have received information regarding this by e-mail.  If you have not received information, please contact  This new concept of home learning will provide further opportunity for communication and interaction between your child’s class teacher and your child.  In time, it will replace the work displayed here upon the website page.  Please read the letter and guide below for additional support and guidance.

Microsoft Teams Parent’s Guide

Teams Parental Letter MPA

Summer 2 Week 1: 1.6.2020 - 5.6.2020

Here is the suggested time table for the week – Weekly Timetable – 1.6.2020


Spellings – immature, impossible, impatient, impolite, imperfect, immortal, build, business, calendar, caught

English – Comprehension

Read the comprehension text and then answer the questions (choose silver or gold)😊

Stranded – comprehension text

Stranded – comprehension questions

Stranded – comprehension ANSWERS

Maths – Symmetry

Watch the video to recap on making symmetrical patterns

Symmetry Video

Log into education city and complete the symmetry work set on ‘MyCity’

Whizz Kids: Can you create your own symmetrical patterns with items in your home? E.g. with lego



English – Prepositions

Click on the link, watch the videos and complete the activities

Maths – Symmetry of 2d shapes

Click on the link to recap on symmetry in 2d shapes.

Complete the worksheet by drawing lines of symmetry on the shapes.

Lines of symmetry worksheet

Whizz kids:  Whizz Kids – Lines of symmetry


Science – The Water Cycle

Watch these videos about the water cycle

Now create a poster all about the water cycle (including a drawing and labels)

Try to include the key words: evaporation, water vapour, condensation, precipitation



English – Planning

This week in writing we are going to be writing a character description on a character of your choice. You can do it on any character from a fairy tale, book or film.

Choose a character you know well and fill in this work sheet about them.

Here are some example characters if you can’t think of any – Cinderella, Peter Pan, Horrid Henry, spider man

Character description plan

Maths – 4 operations

Watch the video to recap on the 4 operations – 4 operations video 

Now complete the questions (complete bronze, silver or gold)

4 operations worksheet

ANSWERS – 4 operations

Whizz Kids: 

Wellbeing Wednesdays

Try out some of these activities

Yoga for kids –

I am an amazing person worksheet – I am an amazing person worksheet

Mindfulness colouring – T-C-1551-Mindfulness-Colouring-Sheets-Bumper-Pack



English – Character description writing

Your task is to write a character description about a character of your choice. Watch the video to listen to an example and recap on the features of a character description.

Use your worksheet from Wednesday’s lesson to help you. Remember to include as much description as you can. For example, if you are saying someone is ‘naughty’ explain why and include examples.

Steps to success:

  • Include details about appearance and personality
  • Include prepositional openers e.g. above his eyes, on her feet,
  • Include lots of adjectives and expanded noun phrases e.g. long, golden hair that is in a pony tail
  • Start your sentences in different ways and include different conjunctions e.g. when, because, if, although


Maths – Arithmetic test

Complete the arithmetic test and get an adult to mark it using the mark scheme. Correct all of the answers you got wrong, can you get them all right?




English – Get an adult to mix your spellings up and give you a spelling test, can you get them all right?

Maths – Practise your timestables by playing on these…


Hit the button

Daily ten

Use this day to catch up on any work you missed during the week.

Summer 1 - Week 5: 18.5.2020 - 22.5.2020

I have attached the suggested timetable for the week. This week at school would have been our Spanish Fiesta, so I have put in a Spanish afternoon on Thursday. Please send any pictures to if you decide to do anything Spanish themed this week or in the holidays, I would love to see them 😊 I’m going to make some paella and wear red!

Weekly Timetable – 18.5.2020



English – Comprehension

Read the text about deforestation and then answer the questions on it (choose silver or gold)

Deforestation – Comprehension Text

Deforestation – Comprehension Questions

Maths – Angles

Watch the video from the link and then complete the worksheet (choose 1 star – bronze, 2 stars – silver and 3 stars – gold)

Angles Video 

Angles worksheet

Whizz Kids – Angles – Whizz Kids

Spellings – this week is our 20 spelling’s test.

There are 3 weeks of spellings to practise – practise these 30 like we do at school and then on Friday ask an adult to test you on 20 of them. Can you get 18 or more out of 20?

threw, through, check, cheque, stairs, stares, draft, draught, cereal, serial

league, tongue, vague, antique, unique, cheque, accident, actual, address, answer

envious, glorious, various, furious, curious, previous, thought, through, weight, woman



English – Features of a formal and informal letter

Read the powerpoint on formal and informal letters.

Formal and informal-PowerPoint

Click on the link and complete the activity/game –

In Task 3 (this week’s assignment) you will be writing a persuasive letter so I would like you to read through the persuasive letter powerpoint to recap on the features.

Features of a persuasive-letter

Maths – Triangles

Click on the link below. Watch the video, read the facts and complete the quiz.

Now complete this sheet (developing – bronze, expected – silver and greater depth – gold)

Triangles worksheet

Geography – Capital cities

Use an atlas or the internet to complete the worksheet. Then have a go at the powerpoint quiz, can you get them all right? Can you get any bonus points?

Capital Cities worksheet

Capital Cities Quiz

Whizz Kids – Can you find out the capital cities of any other countries in Europe and locate them on a map?



English -Writing a letter

Our writing this week is linked to the comprehension text that we read on Monday (it is attached underneath to recap).

Deforestation – Comprehension Text

We have just found out that a large company called CDT are planning on cutting down all of the trees in the Amazon rainforest. We need to write a letter to persuade them not to cut down the rainforest and provide reasons why they shouldn’t (reread the comprehension for reasons).

Steps to Success:

  • Address and sign off appropriately (formal)
  • Include an introduction with why you are writing (I write to…..)
  • Include reasons why they shouldn’t cut down the rainforest
  • Write in a formal tone
  • Different openers e.g. Firstly, In addition, Furthermore etc.
  • Conclusion (what you want from them)



Watch the video and complete the worksheet. Now choose 3 quadrilaterals to draw and label 3 of their properties e.g. all sides are equal.

Quadrilateral video 


Whizz Kids: Click on the link and answer the questions – 


Music – Have a go at singing this song – you will recognise it from our assemblies!

PE/Maths – Supermovers dance –



English – Acrostic Poem

Create your own acrostic poem about anything you would like. Try to include a variety of ambitious adjectives and adverbs.

Recap what acrostic poems are by clicking on this link – 



Complete this arithmetic test. Get an adult to mark your test using the mark scheme and then redo any that you got incorrect.



Spanish Fiesta (party)– At school it should have been our Spanish Fiesta this week!

Complete some of these Spanish activities

Just dance – Despacito –

Research Spanish food – Have you had any before? Do you have any in?

Learn Spanish – watch the video and join in 😊

Complete the Spanish crossword – Spanish-Numbers-1-10-Crossword



20 Spelling test – Ask an adult to read 20 random words from the spelling from Monday, can you get 18 or more out of 20?

Maths – Play on ttrockstars, hit the button or daily ten to practise your timestables

Use this day to catch up on any work you missed during the week.


Summer 1 - Week 4: 11.5.2020 - 15.5.2020

Hi Year 4,

Hope you’ve enjoyed the lovely weather last week and the VE Day celebrations. I would really love to see any work or activities you have been doing at home so please email them to 🙂

Here is this week’s example time table if you would like to follow one.

Weekly Timetable – 11.5.2020


Spellings: threw, through, check, cheque, stairs, stares, draft, draught, cereal, serial

Task 1 – Homophones (spellings for the week)

Read through the powerpoint about different homophones (these are your spellings for the week)

Now complete this activity thinking about which homophone is the correct one.

Homophones powerpoint

Homophones worksheet


Task 2 – Comprehension

Read the text and then answer the questions (choose silver or gold). Make sure you read the text carefully and keep looking back at it when answering the questions.

A Real Virtual World – Comprehension Text

A Real Virtual World – Comprehension Questions


Task 3 – Diary

Open the file to look at the picture. Imagine you are the child in the picture (you can be a boy or girl). Write a diary about your day, you woke up in the morning, ran a bath and then ended up on an adventure! Where did you visit? Who did you meet? What did you see?

An Unexpected Adventure

Steps to Success:

  • Start with ‘Dear Diary,’
  • Describe the main events of your day
  • Include how you were feeling
  • Include a reflection at the end

Ideas if you are struggling: You saw lots of different animals in the sea (describe them, what were they doing? Or you came across a desert island and explored that – What was on the island? A tribe? Talking animals?

Task 4 – Punctuating direct speech

Read through this powerpoint and then go on purple mash and complete ‘punctuating direct speech’ that is set on the 2dos.

Punctuating Speech Powerpoint

Whizz kids: Make up your own speech that is punctuated correctly.



Task 1 – Equivalent fractions

Watch the video and then complete the silver or gold worksheet.

Equivalent Fractions Video 

Gold – Equivalent Fractions

Silver – Equivalent Fractions

Whizz Kids: Can you simplify these fractions by finding the smallest equivalent fractions…

5/35       12/64        6/72       18/66

Task 2 – Fraction problems

Watch the video and then complete the bronze, silver or gold worksheet.

Fraction Problems Video 

Fraction problems

Whizz Kids: Whizz Kids – Fraction problems

Task 3 – Converting fractions to decimals

Watch the video and then complete the bronze, silver or gold worksheet.

Fractions to decimals video 

Fractions to decimals worksheet

Whizz Kids – Fractions to decimals

Task 4 – Arithmetic

Complete the arithmetic test and then check your answers, correct the ones you didn’t get right.



Science – States of Matter

Click on the link below about melting and freezing. Watch the video, read the facts and complete the quiz.

Melting and Freezing 

Can you have a go at freezing water (in ice cube moulds), how long does it take?

Now it’s an ice cube, how long does it take to get back to water? Can you melt it quicker? How?

Whizz Kids: Complete an investigation about where ice will melt the quickest. Choose 3-5 different places and make sure it is a fair test. Think about what the investigation is called, and what you are keeping the same each time.


Well being – Draw a picture of everyone that lives in your house. Write at least 3 things around the picture that you have enjoyed doing with them during lock down.

Summer 1 - Week 3: 4.5.2020 - 8.5.2020

Hi Year 4,

I have attached an example of a timetable of what learning at your home might look like. This isn’t something you have to follow but if you would prefer a bit more structure you could use this 🙂

Weekly Timetable – 4.5.2020


This week’s spellings: league, tongue, vague, antique, unique, cheque, accident, actual, address, answer

Task 1 – Comprehension

Read the text about VE Day and then choose to answer the silver or gold questions.

VE day comprehension text

VE day comprehension questions

Task 2 – Reading and features

Watch the video of me reading the story ‘The Little Blue Man’. This week we are going to be writing a newspaper report on this story.

‘The Little Blue Man’ Story

In the story, the Dunstable Gazette ran a short report about ‘The Little Blue Man’. In task 3 you are going to write a newspaper report on this thinking about all of the features.

Recap on the features of a newspaper report by looking and reading this

Newspaper report features

Here is an example of a Newspaper Report –  Newspaper report example

I want you to think of and write down in your book the 5ws, your headline, what picture you will draw and any good openers and vocabulary you could use in your newspaper report that is reporting the boys seeing the little blue man.

Task 3 – Writing

Re watch the ‘Little Blue Man’ video. Write a newspaper report on the little blue man thinking about the work you did yesterday and the features. Use the feature sheet from Task 2 to help you set your work out.

Steps to Success:

  • Headline
  • Introduction
  • 5ws (who, what, where, when, why) in detail
  • Fronted adverbials (openers)
  • Quote from a witness that is punctuated correctly
  • Picture with a caption
  • By line

Task 4 – Character description

Listen to the story again. You are one of the boys that saw the little blue man, can you write a short description of what it looked like? Remember to start your sentences with openers and include lots of adjectives (description words).



Task 1 – Measurement problems

Use your knowledge and learning from last week to answer these measurement problems.

Silver –

Gold –

Task 2 – Bar charts

Recap on the different types of charts/graphs by reading this powerpoint.

Types of graphs and charts

Create your own bar chart (thinking about the powerpoint you have just read). Think of a question where you would be able to get lots of tallies with more than 2 different answers.

E.g. ’On my daily walk, what animals do I see? (horses, cats, dogs, butterflies, other)’ or ‘In a packet of skittles, which is the most common colour? (red, purple, green, yellow, orange) or ‘In all of my family, what colour eyes do people have? (blue, green brown, other)’

First write out the tallies and then create a bar chart showing the results. Remember to give it a title and label each axis on the chart.

Task 3 – Interpreting bar charts and line graphs

Watch the video and then answer the questions (bronze, silver or gold).

Bar charts and line graphs video 

Gold –

Silver –

Bronze – Bar chart – Bronze 1 and Line graph – Bronze 2

Task 4 – Tables and pictograms

Watch the video – Tables and Pictograms

Choose the bronze, silver or gold questions to answer.

Tables and pictograms – Bronze

Tables and pictograms – Silver

Tables and pictograms – Gold


Geography – Climates

Watch this video, listen carefully to what it says about the UK and Spain –

Answer the questions below in your book

  1. Which climate is the UK in? (Answer with the name of the climate and what that climate is like)
  2. Which climate is Spain in? (Answer with the name of the climate and what that climate is like)
  3. What is the line called in the middle of the world? What is the weather usually like on it?
  4. Out of all of the climates, which one would you most like to live in and why?

Whizz Kids: There are also 2 other invisible lines on the world that weren’t mentioned on the video, can you research what those are?


VE Day Activities – I have attached some VE day activities if you would like to complete them 🙂

KS2 VE Day Information PowerPoint

‘Code-Cracking for Beginners’ Morse Code Worksheet


VE day colouring


Enjoy your week!

Miss Ackroyd 🙂

Summer 1 - Week 2: 27.4.2020 - 1.5.2020

Hi Year 4,

I hope you are all doing okay! From this week, we will be uploading 4 tasks in English and Maths.

I have attached an example of a timetable of what learning at your home might look like. This isn’t something you have to follow but if you would prefer a bit more structure you could use this 🙂

Weekly Timetable – 27.4.2020

Here is a Time capsule activity booklet you might want to fill out 🙂

Time capsule


Spellings this week:

envious, glorious, various, furious, curious, previous, thought, through, weight, woman

Task 1 – Comprehension

Read the text carefully and then answer the questions in your book (choose silver or gold). Remember to keep looking back in the text to find your answers.

Comprehension text – Wolves

Comprehension questions – Wolves

Task 2 – Features of a non-chronological report and planning your writing

Our writing this week is linked to our comprehension. You are going to write a non-chronological report on an animal of your choice.

Watch the video to listen to me reading another example of a non-chronological report about sharks and identifying the features.

After you have watched the video I want you to think about what animal you want to write about and start researching the facts. Complete the plan below.

Non-chronological report plan

Task 3 – Writing (non-chronological report on an animal of your choice)

Task 3 is to write your non-chronological report neatly into your books about your chosen animal. Think carefully about including all of the features, facts and ambitious vocabulary. Try to use different openers to make your writing more interesting! Look back at the example about sharks and wolves to help you.

Steps to success:

-Title and subheadings

-Facts including where they live and what they eat

-‘Did you know?’ boxes

-Subordinate conjunctions e.g. because, if, although, when

-A range of different openers e.g. Usually, As well as this, Surprisingly.



Task 4 – Using Verbs correctly

Was/were           did/done             have/had

Verbs are ‘doing words’ and sometimes people use the ones above incorrectly. Have a think about when you should use these words in sentences. Can you write each one in a sentence? Get an adult to check if you have written them correctly

Go on purple mash and play the activity ‘word hop’ that is set on 2dos. Can you get them all correct?


This week in maths it’s all about measurements! Here are the facts you need to remember:

1cm = 1mm              1m = 100cm                  1km = 1000m                     1kg = 1000g                      1L = 1000ml

Task 1 – Length

-Watch both of these videos

-Open the first worksheet, copy it into your books and then complete it by measuring different things in your house (Use a ruler or a tape measure). Estimate the length before you measure it and then measure them all in centimetres before converting them to millimetres.

-Now complete the second worksheet converting between centimetres and metres.

Length 1

Length 2

Whizz Kids – How tall are all of the people that live in your house? Can you write their heights in cm and metres? Can you work out how much you have to grow to be as tall as the adults in your house?

Task 2 – Length

Recap on what we learnt in task 1. Watch the video on the link below about converting between kilometres and metres.

Go on purple mash and complete the 2do called ‘convert units of measure’. Remember to look at the example to check you are converting it correctly.

Next time you go out for a walk with an adult ask them to map your walk to see how many kilometres you walk! Can you convert it and work out how many metres you walked?

Task 3 – Capacity

With an adult, in your house can you find bottles with liquids in (e.g. shampoo, juice) have a look at their labels and see how much liquid is in them. What are they measured in?

The worksheet today is looking at converting millilitres in litres. Read the help sheet and then complete the questions (bronze, silver or gold)

Converting L to ml – Help Sheet

Capacity worksheet

Whizz Kids: If you have a measuring jug at home, can you measure out the amounts below in water… Can you then convert those amounts to litres?

-100ml                  -150ml                  -275ml


Task 4 – Weight

With an adult’s permission, can you find things in your house that are measured in grams or kilograms? Have a feel of them to get used to the measurements.

1Kg = 1000g which is the same conversion between the last 2 tasks we did (1km = 1000m and 1L = 1000ml) Complete the convert between grams and kilograms worksheet.

Weight worksheet

Whizz Kids: Get an adult in your house to put 5 items in front of you, and your task is to feel each item and then put them in order lightest to heaviest and estimate each of their weights. Were you right? Or close?

Science – States of Matter

This terms Science topic is all about states of matter. This week we will be looking at what solids, liquids and gases are. Click on the link, watch the video, read the definitions and then have a go at the game 😊

Can you split your page into 3 and label each section ‘Solid, liquid and gas’. Look at the pictures below and write them in the correct section e.g. Table would be in the solid section.

Science – Solids, Liquids and Gases – pictures


Here are a a couple of activities to complete about colours in French. If you don’t already know what the colours are in French, watch the video links 🙂 Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

Wordsearch – French – colours wordsearch

Rainbow colouring – French – rainbow

Summer 1 - Week 1: 20.4.2020 - 24.4.2020

Hi Year 4,

I hope you all had a great Easter and ate lots of chocolate!


Task 1 – Pronouns

Read through the powerpoint about pronouns. Pronouns PP

Complete the worksheet below. Choose whether you want to do developing (bronze), expected (silver) or greater depth (gold). Pronouns Worksheet

Whizz Kids: Click on this link and you can complete more activities on pronouns.


Task 2 – Story Writing












Look at this picture carefully. The title is called ‘Magic Biscuits’

Have a think about what is going on, why are the dogs so big? Have the dogs always been this size? Why is Brian (the man) pouring water into a tyre? Why do you think the picture is called ‘Magic biscuits?

Your task this week is to write a story all about this picture.

Steps to success

-Include the title ‘Magic Biscuits’

-Include Capital letters, full stops, commas and exclamation marks

-Include fronted adverbials (different openers) e.g. After they had eaten the biscuits, Terrified, Slowly,

-Include ambitious adjectives to make your story interesting.

-Include how Brian is feeling


If you are struggling here is some information you could use about Brian…

‘Brian was a 34-year-old man who lived with his wife and two dogs in Shropshire. He had often bought things from the market that had turned out to be the most outrageous, disappointing fakes.

He had presumed that the magic biscuits would have been exactly the same. How wrong he had been…’



Task 1 – Timestables

It is really important you keep practising your timestables at home. Your first task in maths this week is to write out all of your timestables from 1-12 and work out which ones you are struggling on and then practise them.

Then go on TTrockstars and complete the sessions I have set you (3 soundcheck and 3 studio games)

Your logins are in your Home Workbook if you have forgotten them.

Whizz Kids: Continue on TTrockstars or play some of these timestable games below…

-Hit the button

-Daily Ten


Task 2 – Multiplying and dividing methods

We are going to recap on the formal methods of multiply and divide.

Click on this (How to multiply) to recap how to multiply using the column method.

Click on this link to recap how to divide using the bus stop method.

Now complete the worksheet (bronze, silver or gold) – Multiplication and Division questions

Whizz Kids: Click this link –


Geography – Spain

For Summer 1 our topic is ‘Spain’

Can you research Spain and create a poster all about Spain? Make sure you include the things below:

  • Flag
  • Capital city
  • Population
  • What countries surround it
  • What continent is it in?
  • Other cities in Spain
  • More fun facts


Hope you enjoy your week and the lovely weather 🙂

Miss Ackroyd


Week 2: 30.3.2020 - 3.4.2020


Task 1 – Comprehension

Read the text about humpback whales and then answer the questions in your home workbook. Choose whether you want to complete silver or gold.

Comprehension-Humpback Whales Text

Comprehension-Humpback Whales Questions

Task 2 – Punctuation

Think about what punctuation you should include in sentences. Click on the worksheet and read the definitions of the punctuation. Now copy out the sentences from the sheet adding the correct punctuation. Think about capital letters, full stops and commas for fronted adverbials.

Punctuation worksheet

Whizz Kids: Play this game on punctuation –



Task 1 – Factors

Go through the Factor pairs powerpoint and then complete Bronze, Silver or Gold in your home workbook.

W2 – Factor Pairs Powerpoint

W2 – Factor Pairs

Whizz Kids – Complete the factor pairs game –

Challenge – If you want to do more work on factor pairs here is another sheet below! (choose working towards, expected or greater depth)

W2 – Factor Pairs Challenge


Task 2 – Multiplying 3 numbers together and multiplying by 0 and 1

Read the help sheet and then complete the questions.

W2 – Multiplying 3 numbers and by 0 and 1 help sheet

W2 – Multiplying 3 numbers and by 0 and 1 questions

Whizz Kids: Play hit the button to practise your timestables 😊

There is a new battle on ttrockstars this week starting on Monday against Year 3!


Science – Food Chains

Watch this video –

Now write the definitions of these four words in your workbook: producer, consumer, predator and prey.

Play this game –

Can you now draw at least 2 food chains in your book, they can be from any habitat e.g. the sea, the woods, the jungle. Remember to label them.

Remember it always starts with a living thing that doesn’t eat e.g. a plant



Enjoy your week Year 4!

Miss Ackroyd 🙂

Week 1 23.03.2020 - 27.03.2020


Task 1 – SPAG

Think about what conjunctions are… Click on this link and watch the video

Now open the sheets and choose whether you want to do silver or gold and then complete them in your book writing the short date at the top.


Complete this game to check your learning 😊 

Task 2 – Writing

English – Setting Description – Can you write a setting description about entering a spooky, old house in the middle of the night?

-Walking up to the house, entering the house and then going into one of the rooms.

Steps to Success

-Include the 5 senses (see, smell, hear, touch, taste)

-Ambitious adjectives (describing words)

-A range of conjunctions

-Fronted adverbials (different openers e.g. Exhausted,…  Terrified,…   When I reached the top,…)

-Capital letters and full stops in the correct place!

Maths – Roman Numerals

Task 1 – Click on this link and recap how to write Roman Numerals.

Be careful when converting numbers with 4s and 9s!

Convert these numbers to Roman Numerals in your home workbook. Remember to write the date at the top. Choose whether you want to do bronze, silver or gold.


Whizz Kids:

You will need to write your answers in your workbook as this is not an interactive sheet.

Challenge: Can you write today’s date in Roman Numerals? Can you write the year people in your family were born in Roman numerals?

Task 2 –Roman Numerals problems

Recap on the Roman Numerals from task 1…

Look through the PowerPoint below and then choose which worksheet you would like to complete (developing, expected or greater depth). If you would like to do another sheet you can complete the Whizz kids also!




Non-Core Subject – Art

Draw your favourite animal e.g. rabbit, elephant, lion etc.

Are you struggling?

-Have a couple of goes on scrap paper of different body parts to see which look the best

-Get a picture of your animal to copy

-If it has fur, think about how you can shade it in so it looks like fur.

-Can you find a tutorial online to copy?

Enjoy your week Year 4! – Miss Ackroyd 🙂

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The overarching vision for the Trust is to work in one ‘Accord – celebrating the differences of each academy through strong collaboration in order to inspire all members of our learning community to be the best that they can be.

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