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Heymann Primary & Nursery School

Inspiring and motivating our children
to be the best they can be Year 4 curriculum meeting video 

Hello and welcome to Year 4, please watch the curriculum meeting video above that will hopefully tell you everything you need to know about Year 4. 

Mr Murray- 4P 

Miss Goswami and Mrs Jenkins-4T

Mrs Reed- 4L 

Support staff - Mrs Maqsood, Miss Plarkou, Mrs Williams and Mr Parsons 

Thursday mornings - Mrs Palmer, Mrs Marriott and Madame Cameron

We are very excited about the Autumn Term where our topic is "What changed in Britain after the Romans left?" we will focus on the history of the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings in this topic. We have a school trip coming up on Tuesday 27th September to Pearlthorpe where we will experience activities similar to the life of a Viking! We also celebrate the Harvest Festival in Year 4 and will be creating a virtual assembly video for you all that will be sent out on October 7th where you will have the chance to see Year 4s songs, poems and work around the harvest!

After October half-term our topic will be "Cities and counties in Britain" this geography topic follows on nicely from the Vikings as we learn about what counties and cities they introduce. 

Should you need to contact us about your child and their learning, please use the year 4 email address Please note that we will try to check these emails two or three times a week and respond when we are able to.  If you need to contact school about a more urgent matter, please contact the office as usual.


Each week, children will be given a list of spellings to learn plus a task to complete with these words.  They will also be expected to use Spelling Shed to practise these words. There will also be a weekly MyMaths task to complete online.  Some weeks there will also be additional topic homework in order to enhance their learning in areas like art, history or geography. 

Please support your child in completing homework and returning their homework book on time each week. 

Homework will be set every Friday and should be completed and handed in by the following Thursday.

Children should continue to use Times Tables Rock Stars regularly to keep their recall of times tables sharp.  We will check their progress on this regularly and celebrate successes whenever we can.


PE will be on a Tuesday and Thursday subject to weather, please can children come to school in PE kit in their correct house colour on these days. This half PE topics are athletics and fundamental movement skills in preparation for Sports Day which is on 22nd September.


Useful Websites

Maths a range of resources available for every maths objective on the curriculum As well as the tasks we are setting you, don't forget there is a whole bank of games to play to practise your maths skills.  Plus, you have the option to repeat previous homework tasks in order to improve on your score.  Interactive maths resources e.g. moveable clock, weighing scales, capacity etc. Choose your topic and then play the game to have a play with reading scales and learning maths interactively.

English An online library for your child to enjoy.  You should have been sent an email with information about creating your child's username and password.  Please get in contact if you need help with accessing.

Scholastic Reading Pro An online resource for targeting and developing your child's reading comprehension skills.  You should have been sent an email with information about creating your child's username and password.  Please get in contact if you need help with accessing.

Spelling shed - - Spellings will be set weekly for the children to practice. You could get the children to write their spellings in sentences to show understanding and practice spelling rules. A picture a day with lots of support for producing a piece of super creative writing.  If you don't like the picture for that day, go back and look at the archive of previous images.


BBC – and the normal BBC website - great for lots of things and video clips relating to the topics of the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings.

You tube- - don’t underestimate this one! Horrible Histories: Start watching episodes about the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings!

Top marks – Interactive games- maths & English –



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