St Matthew's C of E

Primary School

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Year 4

Hello Year 4,

Here you will find the Online Learning Timetable to access via Microsoft Teams. You’re all doing amazing with the online learning so far and have really impressed me with how well you’ve adapted – keep up the great work! 😊


Miss Palmer.


Year 4 Online Learning Timetable





9.45- 10.45





12:00- 1:00

1.00- 2.00


2.00- 3.00






Teacher available to reply to any messages




Spelling/ Punctuation/ Grammar/ Reading.































(RE/ Science/ History/ Geography/ PE/ PSHE/ French/ Art)





Group Feedback




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Staff time to set work – homework assigned. (Due in the following Friday)


Monday 21st September 2020


Dear parents and children,


Well here we are at the start of a new week. I hope that you have all had a lovely weekend in the sun.


I trust that you have seen the letter from Mrs Costello explaining the homework and home learning procedures. As such, from this week, all homework will be sent home on a Tuesday rather than Wednesday.  Please can I ask that it is returned by the following Monday at the latest so that it can be marked before going home again on the Tuesday! The spelling test will remain on a Friday. 

Homework will be a mixture of work in books and online. I will endeavour to give the children clear instructions so that they understand which homework they need to do.


Each week, depending on the number of children absent, I will also set some tasks for those children who are at home and are well enough to carry on their learning. This work does not need to be completed by children who are at school. It will be found on the class page originally but will move to the new Teams format soon. I will confirm when this happens.


Thank you all for your continued hard work and support.  Please contact me if you have any queries.


Kind regards,


Catherine Smith


Home learning. Please write a recount about a special day out using the information on the powerpoint, then complete the SPAG and Maths mats.You could also have a look at the Purple Mash activities, Active learn and TT Rockstars. Please have a go before looking at the answers.

Tuesday 14th September 2020


Dear children and parents,


Thank you all for all your hard work over the past two weeks. Time has passed very quickly and it already seems like we have never been away.

For those of you who are at home, I thought you might like some work to have a look at. The work will support the work needed over the coming weeks.

The resources can be found on Active Learn, where I have allocated two quizzes, 'Nouns and Pronouns,' and 'Common Misspellings.' I have also made sure that you have books allocated so that you can complete the book followed by the quiz.

On Purple Mash, I have allocated two 2Do's. The first is called, 'The fox and the hen,' and is about matching up word types, the second is a Roman numeral quiz. 

Please don't forget your Times Tables which you should be practising every day. Times Tables Rockstars is set up ready for you to have a go.

Our Topic in history is the Romans. As well as completing your topic homework, you could create a powerpoint about the Roman Invasion of Britain. I will include a website below to help you. 

Take care and I hope to see you soon.



Mrs Smith


Friday 4th September 2020


Happy Friday everybody, well done for completing your first two days in year 4 successfully and for working hard.  Here is your topic homework for this term. I hope that you have fun with it!

Take care,

Mrs Smithsmiley


Autumn Term 1 Topic Homework

Thursday 3rd September


Dear Class 4, 


I hope that you have all had a lovely summer holiday and a good rest.

I know that things may feel a little strange at first, having not been in school for such a long time, but please know that we have all being working hard to make sure you feel safe and happy whilst in school. Once back, I am sure that you will settle quickly and start to have some funsmiley


Below, I have attached a welcome letter for you with lots of information about the year ahead which you and your family may find useful. There is also a curriculum plan so that you can see what we will be looking at in each subject area.


I am very excited about our new year together and I am very much looking forward to being your class teacher! If you have any questions or you are concerned about anything at all, please let me know! 


Mrs Smith