Year 4 Homework

04 May 2020: Home Learning

Posted on Sunday 03 May 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hello all,

Here’s Monday’s learning tasks…


This week, all of our reading tasks are about a polar explorer, Robert Falcon Scott. You’ll be learning about his amazing and tragic (bit of a clue there) expedition to the South Pole.

Reading – Scott – Monday


We’re continuing with shape in maths this week. Click here for the video lesson.

Here’s the worksheet link if the video doesn’t work: Y4 – Maths – Shape – Lesson 5


Finally, here’s your science lesson.

Science 04.05.20


Chapter Twelve Part 2

Posted on Friday 01 May 2020 by Mr Wilks

01 May 2020: Home Learning

Posted on Thursday 30 April 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hi all,

I can’t believe it’s the end of another week. Well done! I hope it’s been a good one for you. Fingers crossed for better weather next week.

Here are the answers from yesterday’s learning:

Reading 30.04.20 ANSWERS

Y4 – Maths – shape – Lesson 4 – ANSWERS

5. Geography ANSWERS compass points

Today’s learning:

As always, Friday’s are our Love of Reading session. Sit down and enjoy a good book. Read with an adult, discuss what you’re reading. Discuss what your adult is reading.

Maths is a break from the lessons today and a nod towards the really good resources on BBC Daily Lessons. Each Friday, they post some challenges. Choose from the activities and have a go at them by clicking here.

Our third lesson is a music lesson. Again, it’s on the BBC Daily Lessons site. There’s some reading, a video and some activities all around pulse and rhythm. I found this tricky! Pulse and rhythm are two musical elements – there are many more: pitch, dynamics, timbre, etc (see the age-related expectations on the school website for more information).  Click here for the link to the lesson.




30 April 2020: Home Learning

Posted on Wednesday 29 April 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hi everyone!

Here are the answers from yesterday’s learning: 

Y4 – Maths – Shape – Lesson 3 – ANSWERS

Here’s today’s learning: 

Reading 30.04.20

Click here for the maths lesson.

Y4 – Maths – shape – Lesson 4

5. Geography Eight compass points

Chapter Twelve Part 1

Posted on Wednesday 29 April 2020 by Mr Wilks

29 April 2020: Home Learning

Posted on Tuesday 28 April 2020 by Mr Wilks


Hope you got on well with yesterday’s learning. Don’t forget to look at the Class News page to see some of the learning that you’ve been doing.


Maths – Y4 – Shape – Lesson 2 – ANSWERS

Today’s learning

Reading Wednesday 29th April

Maths video here.

Maths worksheet Y4 – Maths – Shape – Lesson 3

Today’s third lesson is an art lesson Sketching and shading


28 April 2020: Home Learning

Posted on Monday 27 April 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hi all,

Hope yesterday’s learning was okay for you!

Answers from yesterday: 

Answers Reading 27.04.20

Lesson 1 answers

Today’s learning: 

Reading – lesson 2

Click here for today’s maths lesson.                                                                        Here’s the worksheet if you can’t access the video 28th Y4 Maths Shape lesson 2

Science – Shadows – Lesson 1


Chapter Eleven Part 2

Posted on Monday 27 April 2020 by Mr Wilks

27 April 2020

Posted on Sunday 26 April 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hi all,

Hope you had a nice weekend!

This week, your maths lessons are a little different. Each day there’s a link to a video. Watch the video, listen to me teaching and modelling and then do the activities on the video. You’ll need to pause the video to do the activities. The good thing is that you can rewind and watch the teaching and modelling again if you don’t understand anything.

The maths slides are colour coded and will be the same each day:

green = teach

This is me teaching and explaining things. You just need to listen carefully. Rewind and watch again as many times as you need to.

pink = model/examples

This is me modelling how to complete the activity that you will be doing. Again, all you need to do is listen carefully.

grey = activity

Listen to me explain and then pause the video and complete the task in your books. Check your answers. If you get stuck, rewind and watch the green or pink.

blue = challenge

These are reasoning and problem solving challenges. It’s your opportunity to apply what you’ve learned in the previous activities. Some of these can be tricky so do your best. If you’re finding one of these particularly difficult, just leave it.

If, for whatever reason, you can’t watch the video, the worksheet link is there as well. Don’t worry about printing them unless you want to.


Reading – Lesson 1

Maths Video

Maths – Y4 – Shape – Lesson 1

4. Geography Mountains and hills UK


Chapter Eleven Part 1

Posted on Friday 24 April 2020 by Mr Wilks