Welcome to Year 4

Our class has Miss Fitzpatrick, Mrs Sweeney and Miss Ellis helping us learn. We are a lovely class of 27, who enjoy maths, P.E. and science! Year 4 is an important year, many of the children will be making their First Holy Communion in May. We will also be going on a class residential to Robinwood in April. Please make sure you are linked to our Class Dojo app to ensure you get updates about these. Year 4 are very excited to be using a class blog to document some of our wonderful work throughout the year. Feel free to have a read and comment on anything you find interesting!   

A message from Year 4:

We welcome you to year 4, where everybody is kind. We are one of the kindest classes in SJF! We make sure new children and visitors feel welcome in our school and class. We are very hardworking. If you need help, we will help you without a doubt. Everyone is Y4 is respectful to staff, pupils, and visitors. We play nicely. We collaborate when people need us. We love making new friends! We are a generous class and we will take care of you.


Believe in the light so that you will be children of the light.

Important Information:

PE kits are to remain in school for the half-term, to ensure that all children partake in our two PE lessons which are on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. 

Our yellow home reading book (with English homework) and completed reading books should be brought in on Fridays so that books can be changed.  

Maths homework is set on mathletics (https://uk.mathletics.com/) or given as a sheet and is to be completed for every Friday.

Spelling tests are on Wednesdays!

Violin practice is each Tuesday morning, please ensure children have their violins each week.


Please click on the links below to see the relevant documents:

Curriculum Overview
Parent info


Useful websites

Here are a selection of websites which will complement learning across a range of subjects. Some are interactive walk-throughs, others are games for children to practice skills and have fun.

BBC Bitesize KS2 – has games for all subjects

Cross the Maze – give simple directions to solve the puzzle.

Fraction Monkeys Test your ordering of fractions.

Hidden Ships – A chance to test your use of coordinates.

ICT games – Mathematics games from the ICT website.

Learn your times tables – test your times tables!

Maths Zone – Mathematics games from the Maths Zone website


Rabbit Takeaway – a quick game requiring mental subtraction.

River Tables – challenge yourself to answer times tables quickly!

ICT games – English games from the ICT website.

Superlame – Create your own comic strip by adding speech bubbles to your photographs.

Blobz – Science, making an electrical circuit game

Computer Coding  – practise your computer coding skills with a range of games