IPC PROJECT FOR Summer 2 2017: Shake It Up!


    We will know about:

    • Solids, liquids and gases
    • Reversible and irreversible changes
    • The water cycle
    • The function of teeth
    • The functions of human skeletons and muscles
    • The effect on diet on the human body

    We will be able to:

    • Plan and carry out simple investigations
    • Make simple predictions
    • Draw conclusions
  • In PE:

    We will able to:

    • Run a mile (around the field!)
    • Complete the bleep test and keep a record of our personal times!
  • In International:
    • We will be able to

    • Identify the similarities and differences between our country and other countries and how they affect the lives of the people.
  • English & Maths For this half - term


    We will be able to:

    • Mentally calculate negative numbers.
    • Use a protractor to accurately measure angles.

    We will know:

    • How to multiply TU x TU
    • How to divide HTU by U
    • How to convert between mm and cm, kg and g, minutes and seconds and hours

    Please remember that to be working at the expected standard for Year 4 children need to know all their multiplication and division facts up to 12 x 12. Year 4 have worked so hard on these this year – keep going!

    Now is the time to get really fast and really confident. www.ttrockstars.com will help!


    This half term we will be using all of our grammar and punctuation knowledge to create characters and settings. It’s so important that we have exciting language to grab the reader’s attention so please try and read as much as possible at home to help you!

    Year 4 will be continuing to practise the spellings they have been looking at each term.

    The expected end of year result is that a year 4 child will know all of the spellings on the list – if you would like another copy of the list, please ask your class teacher.

    Please help your child to practise these and to use them correctly in sentences.

  • important dates

    Entry Point: Monday 5th June 2017

    We will attempt a variety of sports and record our personal best in an attempt to see our fitness improve over the half term!

    Whole School Exit Point:  WHOLE SCHOOL FEAST at 9.30am on Thursday 20th July.

    Lots of the school’s projects this term focus on eating! So to celebrate this, we will have a

    As we are learning about healthy bodies, we would love it if you could support this exciting Exit Point by sending your child in with homemade healthy food to share.Thanks! What fun!

    Class Assemblies: G3 on Friday June 16th at 9am

    Sports Day: Friday 14th July 2017 - morning

Home Learning

Home learning tasks are set every week :

Task: Given out: Due Back:
Mathletics Thursday Following Thursday
Spelling Book Thursday Tuesday
Reading Journal Friday Following Friday
Bug Club  Friday Following Thursday


  • The Learning Zone is open Mon-Thur mornings 8-8.45a.m. and you can use the Library on Wednesdays after school. Be resilient Robin, be Alex Aim High, we love our learning and practise helps us with our progression.
  •  To read for at least a minimum of 10 minutes every day and record what you have read in your reading journal. 
  • Practice your times tables and spellings
  • Fill in your reading diaries and have a grown-up check and sign them.

Dates of Project Homelearning:

  • During the week of the 19th June – Water Cycle Challenge! To create a 3D water cycle to teach other children. This will be due in on Friday 30th June.
  • During the week of the 3rd July – Keep Fit Challenge! This will be to create a fact-file or poster or leaflet about keeping fit and looking after our body. Or to keep a diary of all the ways you have looked after your body during this half term! This will be due in on Friday 14th July.

Things to remember

P.E is on Wednesday and Thursday

  • remember to have your P.E kits in for both these days (including plimsoles).
  • make sure you have leggings or tracksuit bottoms as we will be outside for P.E unless it is raining


Music Thursday mornings.

It is very important that the children take their instruments home and practice in order to keep up with the lessons. They should be brought into school every Thursday.

Messages from the Staff

Remember to talk to your grown-ups about this weeks Big Writing Talk Homework.

If anyone would like to come into class for a regular session to hear children read, then please let us know.