Changes to Year 4 Home Learning
As you may be aware, currently class teachers are teaching different year groups in school at the moment. This has meant that there are some changes to how your home learning is being done.
I(Mrs King year 6 teacher) have taken over the learning for your year group so it will look a little different to what you have been doing but I have made sure it at the right level and hopefully fun!
If you have any questions regarding the work, would like to send me your amazing work to look at or even post on the Website, then please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please remember to log on and practise your times tables using Times Table Rockstars!
All children were sent home with a log in card but if they can't find it please contact your class teacher by email to receive their code again.
Message for school closure
Below this message is the weekly home learning pack for Year 4. If you are unable to print the resources, please let your teacher know by the end of the Monday in each week so a pack can be printed ready for collection on the Tuesday. Try to do what you can with regards to the learning but don't feel under pressure to complete it all. We have created a Year 4 writing skills sheet to help remind you of the skills and also a Year 4 calculation methods sheet to help with the maths.
If you need to get in contact with your child’s teacher regarding the home learning, whether that be to ask a question or for clarity, please contact us via our work emails:
4JP - email@example.com
4SG - firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your cooperation in this difficult time. Stay safe, from the Year 4 team.
Welcome to Year 4!
Topic Work (History focus)
This half term, our topic will be ‘Crime and Punishment’ unit. Children will develop their chronological knowledge beyond 1066 through studying this aspect of social history. They will learn about the Roman justice system and compare crime and punishment through the ages. They will also deepen their historical awareness and compare modern day crime prevention and detection methods with those from the past. We will be complementing our learning with a trip to the Tower of London at the end of the half term.
The Romans (History focus)
As historians we will be learning about the impact the Roman Empire had on life in Britain. Children will learn about the spread of the Roman Empire, the invasion of Britain and the eventual conquest. The children will also look in detail at some aspects of the Romanisation of Britain, such as the building of Roman roads and bathhouses. In addition to this, they will have the opportunity to learn about the British resistance of Boudicca and will act in role to look at the events of Boudicca's rebellion from different perspectives. The children will also investigate Hadrian's Wall, examining how, where and why it was built.
This half term, our topic will be ‘Natural Disasters.’ Children will find out all about the Earth's extremes, from raging tropical storms to violent erupting volcanoes to terrifying towering tsunamis. We will look at the physical geography of the Earth and what causes earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanoes. They will also explore how these events affect people, communities and landscapes.