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Te Fiti

Welcome to Year 4. Our class is called Te Fiti. 


Key Information

Our teaching assistants are Miss Stevenson and Miss Johnson.

The doors open for school at 8:35 and close at 8:45. Please ensure you come to school for this time slot. School finishes at 3:05. At the moment all Year 4 children are to be collected by an adult. 

Our PE days change weekly at the moment so please make sure your child has the correct kit in school

(a red t-shirt, black/navy shorts and trainers) at all times.


Homework is given on a Friday, this includes spellings and times tables. It is due back the following Thursday.

We encourage children to read five times a week at home mostly with an adult but also independently. 

In History today we imagined we were Emperor Honorius and performed what he may have said in his letter when the Romans left Britain.



During the first half term we will be looking at:


Maths- Place value, addition and subtraction


English- Our main focus will be grammar, spelling and punctuation. We will do writing based on the Iron Man, this will include writing a newspaper report. We will do a carousel of daily Guided Reading as well as weekly comprehensions. 


Science- Animals including humans (digestion, teeth and food chains).


History- Anglo- Saxons


Art- Drawing facial expressions and body language, showing texture, using line, tone, shape and colour whilst drawing 


PE- Circuits, dance, yoga and fitness


Music- Mamma Mia 


French- Recap names and greetings. Numbers, age, family and hobbies





As part of the children's homework they will require to use their TTRS logins, Spelling Shed logins and Purple Mash. 

Below is a list of useful websites for anybody who feels they want anything extra. 


BBC Bitesize -


Author Readings – A list of online author readings and suggested activities


Top Marks – Loads of online games for maths (I’ve linked to hit the button which is great for learning times tables).


Read Theory – This needs signing up to and a ‘class’ setting up but I really rate it.  Child can read then answer questions which the adult can see on their portal.  Good way of tracking.


Family Zone – Made by the literacy trust and split into age groups.  Comprehensive portal for literacy based stuff.


Tate Kids – Some great art activities and ideas


Maths with Parents –


Literacy Shed – loads of online videos with writing ideas and also links to maths and spelling but I think these need signing up to.


Pobble 365 – A picture a day with writing ideas and questions.  Might be a bit advanced for 5 year old but would be good discussion starters or “Tell me a story about this…” type activities.