This week’s Learning at a glance

This week’s learning in Year 4 at a glance!


Year 4

Learning Link: All Roads Lead to Rome

We hope the children will enjoy their trip back in time when we learn about those Rotten Romans. We will be learning why they came to Britain and what exactly they did for us. Alongside the History we will also be studying stories with a Historic setting including ‘Androcles and the Lion,’ and ‘Escape from Pompeii.’

In Art, we look at Roman murals and mosaics, as an art form and a source of historical evidence.  We will also be baking some Roman style bread as part of our DT topic.

Mr Kitcatt     

Miss M Petley

Mrs McNiff   

Latest Curriculum Information Booklet: Autumn

Year Group reminders

Tuesday: Times Tables Challenge.

Thursday: Spelling test.

Friday: Celtic homework due


Wb.21st Sept- Roman Bread Week.

23rd Sept- Curriculum Evening via ZOOM


People- The story of Ruth- How families support one another.


To write a recount of Julius Caesar’s invasion of Britain.

To understand the features of historical fiction texts.


Fronted adverbials of time.

e.g. At that moment, the Celts charged down the beach.


Place value- Comparing and ordering 4-digit numbers


3,658 < 5,386 < 5,683


Would life be better without a skeleton?

Art and DT

To follow a recipe to bake our Roman bread


Coding: Introducing variables.


Revisiting how to say what we are called and how we feel by listening to and reading a story.

Geography or History

Claudius’ Invasion of Britain


Walking to the beat, playing the name game, experimenting with volume using our thinking voice. Body percussion – feeling the heartbeat, composing our own body percussion patterns.


To be able to be a coach and correct others technique in passing and receiving.


Describe ‘good’ and ‘not so good’ feelings and how feelings can affect our physical state


Wednesday: Times tables practise for challenge

Thursday: Spellings

Friday: 2020 in Pictures