Year 4

Miss C Parry
Miss C Parry
Science Leader
Mrs H Middleton
Teaching Assistant
Mrs H Middleton

Year 4 Project - Playlist

What’s that noise? A bash? A crash? A shake, a rattle or a low, bass hum? Which do you prefer – an acoustic singer or a booming brass band? A solitary voice singing sweetly and quietly or a magnificent choir lifting the roof? Take out your ear plugs as you journey through the valley of sound and find out about instruments, the sounds they make and how they are produced. Discover how sounds are made and which sounds travel the furthest. Then, sing up and compose a class song for the local talent contest, Class Factor. Can you write a number one hit? Be sure to stand up straight, warm up your voice and sing your heart out. When your performance is done, sit back and listen to calming classical melodies, a soothing lullaby or your favourite boy band ballad. Can you hear me over there? Or do I need to TALK MORE LOUDLY?

Memorable Experience - Musical performance

Innovate Challenge - 'Class Factor!'

Computing - Digital recordings

Art and Design - Music inspired art

Design and Technology - Making instruments

Geography - Location of countries

Science Investigation - Can we block sound? How can we change a sound? How far can sound travel?

Year 4 Key Information



In Year 4 PE lessons are timetabled for Wednesday and Friday

Spelling Tests will take place every Wednesday. 



Next week we will be;

  • writing our own class song


Next week we will be:

  • revising key concepts from past topics
  • assessing and addressing gaps identified from year 3

Additional Information

Spellings for this term for Miss Parry's group are attached to this page and have also been sent home on paper.

PE this term will be a lot colder so please ensure that children have warm clothing, socks etc.

Year 4 won their class battle between years 4 and 6- well done year 4!



This week's homework is;

  • read for at least 10 minutes everyday.
  • read at least 3 times a week with an adult. This needs to be recorded in the reading record.
  • revise your spellings on Spelling Shed, ready for a test on Wednesday.
  • Miss Parry's spelling group can find their spellings attached below.