Cradle Hill Community Primary School

Year 4

Welcome to Year 4

 In Year 4, we continue to build upon the excellent learning started in Year 3 preparing your child for life in Upper Key Stage 2.  We enhance the learning experience through a range of learning journey's:

Term 1 - Rainforests (including a hands on trip to Friston Forest)

Term 2 - Crunch

Term 3 - Anglo Saxons

Term 4 - Vikings

Term 5 - Sound

Term 6 - Romans (including a trip to Fishbourne Roman Villa)

How to Help Your Child Spring 2019 Year 4.pdf

Parent booklet Autumn 2018 Year 4.pdf

We hope that you will support your child at home by: reading with them daily for at 5 minutes, spending time supporting their home learning including learning the spellings listed below and practising their fluency with multiplication tables - you can find a link to Times Table Rockstars below.

Anglo-Saxon and Viking Visit

 All parents and carers should now have received information with regard to our Anglo-Saxon and Viking visit on January 29th.  If this letter has not reached please contact either the school office or your child's teacher.


Please click on the link below to find a full list of all the spellings your child should learn by the end of Year 4.

Statutory word list for Years 3 and 4.docx

We will be testing the children on 5 of these spellings weekly in class.

Multiplication Tables

 Later this year, Year 4 children will participate in the governments Times Table check programme.  You can help at home by playing multiplication games and proving opportunities to play Times Rock Stars the link for which is here: TTR

If you have lost the details for this website please contact your child's class teacher who will be happy to provide you with the information.

We will be testing children in preparation for the check weekly.


FYI link

 I know that lots of Dolphins love to catch up on current affairs and have enjoyed watching the Sky News programme FYI - a weekly news programme similar to Newsround but presented by children.  Here is a link to watch the programme this is updated weekly or can be found on Sky News on Saturday and Sunday.