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Wakefield Families Newsletter- May

Here is the link to the Wakefield Families Newsletter.

A BIG thank you to everyone who has taken the time to send in their wonderful work!!!

Year 4

Hi everyone!

I hope you are keeping healthy and have all been able to access learning at home.  In this section, I share tasks, websites and videos that can help you to continue with structured learning while school is closed.  Each child has their login details inside their reading record so they can access the following sites:


TT Rockstars:


Active Learn:

Times Table Speed Test: 

Further useful websites can be found beneath the class links on the home learning page.

Daily Tasks

 We have created 'Daily Task' sheets to aid with home learning.  They include a reading, a grammar, a spelling, and a maths task for each day of the week. Please find next week's tasks below:

 Year 4 Week 6 Day 1.docxDownload
 Year 4 Week 6 Day 2.docxDownload
 Year 4 Week 6 Day 3.docxDownload
 Year 4 Week 6 Day 4.docxDownload
 Year 4 Week 6 Day 5.docxDownload
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  • Meet the rest of the class in TTRockstars ‘Arena’ each day at 10.30 to challenge your classmates. I will also setup a weekly competition to see who will be our weekly champion!
  • Please read every day and update your reading record.
  • Access to challenge yourself and practise any tables you are not 100% confident with.

If you have any work you would like to show us, please email it to 

Year 4 Home Learning Timetable W/C Monday 18th May



Joe Wicks

Just Dance:

Daily task sheet

Bug club reading (online)

Read to an adult

This week, we are going to begin some work on writing a newspaper report.  Follow the links to complete each day's lesson.

Lesson 1:

We have been working very hard all year to learn all our times tables.  This lesson will help you to keep your skills sharp:


Joe Wicks

Just Dance:

Daily task sheet


Lesson 2:

We have used the decimal cliff to practise multiplying and dividing by 0, 10, 100 and 1000.  This lesson will show you some different ways to solve these multiplications:


Joe Wicks

Just Dance:

Daily task sheet

TT Rockstars

Lesson 3: This lesson is about the features of a newspaper report.  Remember the 5 Ws we have talked about before.

Now, can you use your times tables skills to test your speed?


Joe Wicks

Just Dance:

Daily task sheet

Bug club reading (online)

Read to an adult

Lesson 4:   We have worked a lot recently on speech punctuation.  You have used it in your stories and in our Gangsta Granny newspaper reports.  This lesson will help you practise this some more.

We need to spend some time working 'time'.  You need to be able to tell the time and use your knowledge to solve problems involving time.  Here is a lesson to help you practise your skills:


Joe Wicks

Just Dance:

Daily task sheet

TT Rockstars

Lesson 5:  Remember to check your work carefully with the Year 4 Writing Checklist to ensure you are using all our writing features.


This BBC Bitesize lesson should help you to practise your proofreading skills:


Below are some pieces of artwork that use tessellating patterns.  Tessellation is when a single shape is used repeatedly to fit together and form a pattern.  Can you use the artwork below as inspiration to design your own piece of work?

Remember to send me any work you create.

Oscar has researched animal habitats very carefully, and has made this poster to highlight the plight of the polar bear...

I hope you are all finding time to be creative! Oliver has created this lovely Easter bonnet. 

Brilliant Writing!!!

Thank you to all the children who have been busy at home.  I have already been sent some lovely pieces of work that I have really enjoyed looking at.  Here are a few paragraphs from one of the stories I have been sent.  Can you 'magpie' some of the ideas and vocabulary for your own story?


The snow egg


One freezing day in the snowy barbaric archipelago, a lonely Viking boy named Scribblur was
walking back home over a mountain from a long days work of fishing, when he noticed
something. Along the field of white glistening snow there was a thing that caught his eye, an
egg. A blue purple speckled egg. It was clearly not meant to be there, because it stuck out like
a sore thumb! He had no choice so he heaved the huge egg over his shoulders and carried on
home . So no one would see it, Scribbler emptied all the fish out of the crate he was holding and
stuffed the egg in instead. His legs aching beneath the huge crate Scribblur stumbled home to
his grandfather's cosy cabin near the sea to ask him what he'd found.


The hatching portal

Scribblur stared at the egg that was now beginning to crack. For a split second Scribblur wished
he'd left the egg alone until... BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM the egg exploded in a flurry of purple
sparks and a portal appeared that looked like lightning itself. Suddenly, Scribblur and the baby
dragon were sucked into the lightning like portal. A strange rushing sensation came over
Scribblur but the dragon seemed to not notice .
A scene of beautiful cliffs and calm waters met Scribblur's eyes, then everything went
completely black the last thing he heard were multiple blood- curdling dragon growls...


Oscar (Year 4)

Daniel (Year 4)

Your name in Viking Runes...  Thank you Jethro and Krew.

Jethro (Year 4)

Krew (Year 4)

It's great to see children putting in the effort to stay 'maths fit'!

Aaron (Year4)