Year 4 Home Learning w/b 27th April

Hello Rowan and Cedar,

Here are the tasks for you to complete over the next week. Hopefully, this will enable you to be able to be flexible in your learning and make it work for you and your family.

For English and maths there will be 5 lessons available. It would be amazing if you could complete one a day – we know this isn’t possible for everyone – so aim for at least 3.

If you haven’t completed the previous maths lessons on White Rose, we would rather you work though them in order. So don’t worry if you are not on the week set on the blog but rather start on week one.

There will also be 3 other tasks to complete which will be the wider curriculum, as well as spellings. These may be science, geography, history, PSHE, art or D&T.

We absolutely love receiving emails from you all, especially pictures of your incredible work; we endeavour to respond as promptly as we can.

We are both missing you lots but are very grateful that technology can bring us so much closer together.

Miss Chambers and Miss Clancy


We will be using the English lessons on

Work through the lessons in order as they build over the week. Remember you can always pause the video if you need more time to complete a task.


We will continue to use White Rose Home Learning. If you have completed week 1 move onto week 2, where you will be dividing and multiplying by ten- a skill we started to look at. However, if you haven’t completed all the lessons in week 1 start there.

  1. 1. Watch the video.
  2. Complete the activity.
  3. Check your answers.

If you’ve made a mistake can you figure out why? Please email your teacher if you are struggling with a concept.


Using your year 3/4 words (there should be a copy in your reading record, your home learning pack but you can also find them online), can you pick 10 words and identify the mistake that could be made when spelling it.

For example, ‘centre’ may be spelt ‘sentre’ because of how it sounds.

Once you have found 10 words, can you create a poster to remind people how the words should be spelt and how to avoid the errors that they may make.


Insulators and Conductors

Remind yourself about the work that we have already done on electricity- including insulators and conductors.


Create a table of items around your house, are they insulators or conductors?

How do you know whether they are insulators or conductors?


Using some of the phrases that we learnt in Spanish this year, can you create a comic strip? You can either create it using the following website, or draw your own- don’t forget to email your teacher your work!

Here’s a reminder of some of the phrases

Hello- hola       Me llamo……- my name is…….       I am … years old- tengo…….anos



This work is for the whole week but if you find that you have finished it, here are some other websites for you to have a look at.

15 thoughts on “Year 4 Home Learning w/b 27th April

  • 27th April 2020 at 12:49 pm

    Being grateful
    Brave, inspirational, incredible, unbelievable and amazing.
    What was the best part of your life so far?
    Well done!
    My family because they are so kind to me.
    Doing Rose maths.

    • 28th April 2020 at 10:34 am

      Hi Rose. I hope you are keeping well. Great choice of adjectives to describe Tom. ‘Inspirational’ sums him up 🙂 . I bet this time in his life will be high up on his list! Let us know how you get on with the maths. Mrs Bacon 🙂

  • 27th April 2020 at 9:06 pm

    Determined, Brave, Thoughtful, Compassionate, Courageous
    Question: How did you feel when you got 65,000 birthday cards?
    I would say ‘Thank you for not just thinking about yourself’
    Thank you for the people who work in the Supermarkets because they are sorting out more products than normal and working harder than usual.

    • 28th April 2020 at 10:31 am

      Hi Olivia. Super adjectives to describe Tom. All those cards…it just shows the impact he has had on the nation! We could all learn a lot from him. Mrs Bacon 🙂

  • 28th April 2020 at 11:45 am

    The white rose is very good. I love it

    • 28th April 2020 at 12:30 pm

      I’m pleased to hear that you’re enjoying it, Eleanor. Have you been doing the English too? Have you read any good books recently?
      If you are unsure of anything that you have learnt, I’m sure that Miss Clancy would love to hear from you.
      Miss Chambers 🙂

  • 30th April 2020 at 2:29 pm

    Kind, generous, thoughtful, determined, awesome
    I would ask him …..what is your favourite ice-cream flavour?
    Were you surprised to have the planes fly over your house?
    I am thankful to have a basketball hoop and somewhere to play.

  • 30th April 2020 at 2:33 pm

    Kind, thoughtful, determined, generous, awesome
    What’s your favourite ice-cream flavour?
    Were you surprised to have two planes fly over your house for your 100th birthday?
    I am grateful to have a basketball hoop and somewhere to play/outdoor space.

  • 30th April 2020 at 2:38 pm

    Kind, thoughtful, generous, determined, awesome
    I would ask him….what is your favourite ice-cream flavour?
    Were you surprised to see the planes fly over your house for your birthday?
    I am grateful for my basketball hoop and having outside space.

    • 30th April 2020 at 3:13 pm

      Hi Amy. I hope you are having a good week, despite this awful weather! Great adjectives for Colonel Tom. Well done. Did you watch the flyover on the tv? He’s done so much to unite everyone 🙂 . Fingers crossed you get to enjoy your outdoor space again soon. Mrs Bacon 🙂

  • 1st May 2020 at 11:05 am

    Hi, are there answers for the end of week Maths challenge?

  • 1st May 2020 at 11:28 am

    Hi, are there answers for the Friday maths challenge on White Rose? Thanks.

  • 1st May 2020 at 11:50 am

    hi i have been doing the tasks and also i am doing a spanish course on dulingo

  • 4th May 2020 at 1:43 pm

    Hi I have bean learning lots missing you all especially rose ????

  • 16th June 2020 at 8:49 am

    I wish I could be back at school .


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