Sundridge Primary School

Sundridge Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B44 9NY

0121 464 7720

Nurturing A Lifelong Love Of Learning

In the event of a Year 4 Bubble closure - Please visit our Home Learning page

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Year 4

13TH JULY 2020

Hello Year 4,

We hope that you are all staying fit and well. Please find your latest Home Learning activities below. There is a Maths and English activity for each day. They come with a Powerpoint, but don’t worry if you don’t have Powerpoint on your computer, all the activities are available on the PDF slides. There are also sheets which you can print off, but to save your paper and ink, you can simply write the answers in your Home Learner book.

Have fun!

This week's activities (click the links below) 

Previous Home Learning Tasks

Educational Home Learning Websites (click here) For specific Y4 Links see below

Year 4 Educational Home Learning Pack (click here)

Home Learning Pack 2 (click here)

Home Learning Additional Worksheets English (Click here)

Home Learning Additional Worksheets Maths (Click here)


Week Beginning 22nd June 2020

Hello class 4, in the links above (home learning additional worksheets) are some new home learning activities for you to be getting on with. I hope you are all okay! Don't forget to use the email address below if you need anything at all! From Miss Douglas :) 

Friday 12th June 2020

Hello class 4, I hope you have all accessed your packs for some more home learning. If you have any questions about this or want to help with anything please email and I'll happily get back to you as quickly as I can, Underneath this letter, I have added some more home learning tasks for you to complete. I hope you're all working hard and staying safe! From Miss Douglas :) 

Online maths lessons, there are a lot of good lessons on here to help you, there's worksheets here too:

Fronted Adverbial English Pack (there's a parents guide in here too):

Reading festival of big dreams:

*UPDATE* Hello class 4, at the bottom of the page are some more challenges for you to complete, like last week, just look for the green writing. I hope we are all okay and have been enjoying the sunshine! Stay safe and keep on being you. 


*UPDATE* Hello all, it's been lovely to speak to some of you on the phone this week, at the bottom of this letter I have added some brainteasers, problems to solve and challenges for you to complete - just look for the pink writing. Hope you're all well and staying safe. 

Hello Class 4,

I know this is a very strange time for us all but I'm sure we'll be together again and in our classroom before we know it. Hope you’re all keeping busy with the home learning tasks you were given. I’m missing you and it’s very strange not seeing your smiling faces and teaching you all every day.  I hope you’re finding lots of interesting activities to do and have started some new hobbies. I’m learning how to draw because as you all know it isn’t my strong point!


I hope you're all keeping up with your reading and your times tables - I was so impressed with your progress and your quick recall and I'd love for you to keep it up! It's very sunny at the moment so I hope you're finding some time to get some fresh air (on a family walk) and play in your gardens. Keep creating, playing and learning! 


If you’re feeling a bit cooped up, below are some website links and apps to keep you occupied and continue to do some learning (I’ll keep updating the list as we go):


*UPDATE* hello class 4, hope everyone is well, healthy and finding a good balance between school work and play (and eating Easter eggs)! I've added some updates to our list which I've written in red! Hopefully see you all soon. I'm missing every single one of you and I cannot wait to teach you all again!  

See you soon class 4, stay safe and keep learning. Remember how fabulous you are.

Love Miss Douglas and Miss Haynes.


Guardians: Defenders of Mathematica:

Times Table Rock stars:


Hit the Button:


Equal Fractions:

Daily Math Challenge:

Problem Solving:

White Rose Maths home learning:

More Maths home learning:



Crystal Explorers:

Verbs and Adverbs:

Adjective detective:

Improving sentences:

Spy watch stories:


Story time: 

English home learning pack:

English learning journeys:







Food Chains:

Food Chains:

Teeth and eating:

Plants and animals:

Animals including humans

Living things and their habitats:

Tim Peake and life as an astronaut


Other Curriculum areas

PE with Joe:


Scratch online:

Isle of tune:





Spanish games:

Live Zoo: 


Geography lessons (volcanoes):

Geography lessons (volcanoes sorting activity):

Cosmic Yoga:

Bear Grylls Scouting activities:


Useful apps to download (get your parents’ permission first)

Adventure Academy


Epic! –Kid’s books and videos

Spelling Stage

PlayKids Stories

Dr. Seuss Treasury Kids Books

Twinkl Little Red Coding Club

Lego Life

King of Maths

CodeSpark Academy 

MarcoPolo World School


Marvel Hero Tales

Quick Maths

Sound Rebound



  1. You can see me in water but I never get wet, what am I?
  2. What has 4 legs but cannot walk?
  3. What has a spine but no bones?
  4. What is heavier, one pound of feathers or one pound of rocks? EXTRA CHALLENGE - tell me why? 

Problem solving: 

Symmetry challenge - 

Systematically explore the range of symmetric designs that can be created by shading whole squares of the grid below.

You could use this sheet of blank grids to record your results, or simply squared paper.

Square grid formed from 9 smaller squares
How many can you find?


Four triangles puzzle - 

If you cut a square diagonally from corner to corner you get four right-angled isosceles triangles.

How many different shapes can you make by fitting the four triangles back together?

You may only fit long sides to long sides and short sides to short sides.

The whole length of the side must be joined.


You might like to record what you do.

 Representing numbers - 


Find as many ways of representing the number of dots shown above.
Try to find at least five ways.

Now find ways of representing ten times as many dots. Can you still find at least five different ways?
1. You have just found an old suitcase in your attic. Describe what you found inside.

 Think about:

  • How old are the objects?
  • Who might this suitcase have belonged to?
  • Describe what the objects look like.


  • Capital letters and full stops
  • Check your spelling in a dictionary
  • Include some interesting adjectives?


2. Write a list of 10 exciting words beginning with t. Choose some of these words and put them in a sentence.


Think about:

  • What do the words mean?
  • How could you use the word in a sentence?
  • Choosing some long words and some short


  • Capital letters and full stops
  • Check your spelling in a dictionary
  • Include some interesting adjectives?


3. Write a letter to yourself in the future about what you hope you will be doing in 10 years time.

Think about:

  • What job would you have?
  • Where would you be living?
  • Who would be your friends?


  • Capital letters and full stops
  • Does your sentence make sense?
  • Have you put who the letter is to and from?



Four digit challenge:  

You have two sets of the digits from  0 to  9.


The idea is to arrange these digits in the five boxes to make four-digit numbers as close to the target number as possible.
You may use each digit once only.

Venn Diagrams - 

Can you place the numbers from 1 to 40 into this Venn diagram?
How do you know where to put each number?

venn diagram from two overlapping circles, one set is even numbers, the other is multiples of 5

Here is another one for you to try:

venn diagram from two overlapping circles, one set is odd numbers, the other is numbers less than 20


Shapes on the playground - 


Sally and Ben went outside the school to draw some very large shapes on the tarmac. None of the shapes they drew shared any sides with any other shape - they were all drawn separately although some small shapes were inside larger shapes. The children each had a box of ten sticks of chalk. Each stick drew  10  metres before it was quite worn away. They both drew shapes with all sides one metre long.


Sally drew squares and octagons, sixteen shapes altogether, and used up all her chalk.

How many of each shape did she draw?

Ben drew triangles, hexagons and squares. He drew  20  shapes and still had two sticks of chalk left. How many of each shape did he draw?


Writing challenges - 


Outdoor learning challenges - 



PE for this half-term is on Wednesday.  Please ensure you have your P.E. Kit in school.


Hello, my name is Miss Douglas and I will be your child's teacher in Year 4 and Miss Haynes will be your child's teaching assistant.

Year 4 is a very important and busy year for your child as they prepare to move to upper key stage 2. My aim as class teacher is to create a nurturing, supportive environment and encourage children's independence and confidence as they prepare to move on in their learning. Our classroom is a stimulating environment which motivates children to work hard and make progress whilst having fun.

It is important that all children have their reading books in school every day and that weekly spellings are learnt at home. Furthermore, children will have 'project homework' where they will have to choose one section to complete each week into their homework journal.  If children have lost their homework there will always be spares, so feel free to ask. There will be weekly spelling and times tables tests held on Friday as well. 

We encourage the children to complete their homework as it consolidates the work we have been doing in class and their spellings for their test are part of the homework, which is to be given out on Friday. All homework is to be given in by Wednesday so that it can be marked and given back out for Friday. 

 This year, we are taking part in the Multiplications check trial, which will become mandatory as of next year. The multiplication tables check is designed to help ensure children in primary school know their times tables up to 12 off by heart. As well as being critical for everyday life, knowledge of multiplication tables helps children to solve problems quickly and flexibly, and allows them to tackle more complex mathematics later on in school.

Welcome to Class 4

Curriculum Overview for the Autumn Term


Curriculum Overview for the Spring Term

Curriculum Overview for the Summer Term

   The curriculum promotes British Values click here for further information.