Year Four

We have shared the half termly homework here to support with home learning. 

Spellings are sent home weekly in the red Homework Folder.


Summer 2021

TTS Rockstars –    

This half term, we have been continuing with ‘Times Tables Rock Stars’. Your child has already been sent their log-on details. If you play in the Garage or the Arena, you will be focussing on tables set by us (x3, x4, x8 etc ) but if you play elsewhere the questions will go up to 12 x 12.


Reading – Please ensure you read for at least 20 minutes, at least 4 times per week, and that your reading record is signed by an adult to show this has happened. Don’t forget to write the title of the book(s) you read and you (or your parents) should write a comment. Please remember to bring your home link book to school every day.


E-Library – It is great to see more children are borrowing books from the E-Library. The E-Library service is available for all our families to use at home, and allows access to a wide range of e-books and audio books, which would normally be accessed through our own school library or the local library, via the internet. There are some brilliant stories and non-fiction texts available on our E-library, and all parents and children are invited to use this service. In order to access our school E-library, your child needs a username and password, which were sent home in September. If you do not have a username and password please contact the school office.

This website will take you to our St Michael’s E-Library:

You should enter your child’s ‘sign in’ details at the top right of the home page. Once you have signed into your individual account, you can start browsing for books.


The Olympics Homework – half termly

Choose one of the following project ideas.  

We have shared and discussed examples and ideas in class to help you.

No larger than A3 please.

Please bring your topic home learning to school on 16th July, 2021.

Design a logo and a mascot for the 2021 Olympics.

Research a British athlete. Can you find out some interesting facts about them?

Make a model of a sports stadium.

Compare the ancient Olympic Games and the modern Olympic Games. What has changed? What has stayed the same?

Create a chart showing the current Olympic records for 5 sports of your choice. Can you explain to the class how far or quick this is?

Create a poster about the Olympic torch. What is it? Where does it go? Can you track it this year and tell us where it has been so far?

Write a description about a sport that is in the Olympic Games. Can you explain the rules?



Research a Roman god and present it in a creative way.  

Design a week meal plan for an athlete. What type of food would they require to stay fit and healthy? You might like to think about one type of athlete as their requirements might not all be the same.