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Holy Trinity C of E

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“Every child, every chance, every day.”

Year 4


Teachers Under Quarantine

Stay safe during this tough time, the HT team miss you all.

Below you will find lots of helpful links to help you support your child's learning at home. 

If you need help with home learning during this period of self isolating please email class teachers with your questions and they will get back to you as swiftly as they can!  Please also send us any work you have done, we'd love to see what you are doing at home!

Class 11:

Class 12: 

Song of the week - Baby beluga!


Have a go at leaning this weeks song of the week with the sing up team! There is a link which will take you to extra activities where you can learn more information about the fascinating beluga whales!



Collective Worship

There is now a Collective Worship section of the website. Go to this page to find thoughts, questions, prayers, songs and reflections to share with your families at home.



White Rose

The following link will take you to the white rose website where you can find videos for lessons which which are updated each week. You can no longer get the worksheets on the website, however we have put them below and Miss Geddes has also emailed them across to you.



BBC Bitesize


You can also find maths activities to support the white rose videos on BBC bitesize. Please see the link below.

Oak Academy

There are lesson on measure to do at the oak academy website. These would also be really useful in supporting your child's learning. Please click on the link below:



Bronze, Silver and Gold Problems

Here are some problems to do with subtracting fractions to have a go at:


Timestable Rock Stars

You can access the times table rockstars website here:


If you are having any issues logging into Times Tables Rockstars or if your child has lost their login then please contact Mr. Corby on the email address below for support.


Your child will have been sent home with a reading book and a library book to share at home.


Bug Club

As well as your reading books, don't forget you can read even more books online with your Bug Club account (the website link is below).  Class teachers have allocated your children books and spelling and grammar videos and games to access online at home .


Usernames and passwords have been stuck in the back of reading record for children.  Please ask your class teacher if you are unsure of your username and password.

Reading Wise Website

There are lots of reading activities on this website. All children should have been emailed a log in, but if you haven't had yours, please ask your teacher.



Comprehension Questions


Below are a range of useful questions you could ask your child whilst they read to you at home.  There are different types of questions that match our reading gems in school.



Comprehension Actvities



Click on the link below to go to some videos of Mrs Gamble reading  Class 12's reading book, Krindlekrax.

Picture 1

Spelling and Grammar


Common Exception Words:


Here are the year 4 Common Exception Words. You can also find them in the middle of your reading record. Practise writing sentences with each one in, or write them out for handwriting. Send your teacher a photo of what you have done!


Activity on inverted commas

Please click on the link below to go to an activity about inverted commas.

Spelling Activity on the Prefix ex-

Look at the pack below for lots of activities on the prefix ex which means out of.


Picture of the week:

Look at the picture. Answer one or more of the questions below. Send your answer to your teacher via the class blog or email. 


Picture 1

What do you think might be happening in this picture? Use the picture to help you write a story. Who are the children? What are they hiding from? Where are they?

Send us your stories to read!

Reading and Writing a news report

Please go to the link below to complete a series of lessons on writing a news report.


Use the following resources to explore Ancient Egypt. 

Can you write fact sheets with the information you have found? 

Could you go back into the past and think about what it was like to live during Ancient Egyptian times?


One of our History topics is 'Settlements'. Before the lockdown, we started exploring The Stone Age and how they settled in Britain. We thought you could do some more exploring on Settlements, how people travelled and how they decided where to live. There are 6 PowerPoints and Activities for each lesson. 


We had come to the end of our unit of Sound, so to help you, we have uploaded our new unit of Living Things and their Habitats. There are 6 lessons which have Powerpoints and activities. 


Our question for the Summer Term is 'What are the five pillars of Islam?"

You can learn about the five pillars of Islam by going to this page, watching the video and reading the information. There is also a quiz you can do at the end.

Now look at this powerpoint, and answer the questions  on the sheet.

One of the pillars of Islam is Sawm which means fasting. Muslims fast (go without food) during the month of Ramadan. It is Ramadan at the moment. 

Go to the bitesize website below and watch the video to find out more about Ramadan:



Now try the activities below:

Why not make a poster all about Ramadan or the 5 pillars and decorate it with Islamic pictures and symbols?

Also, look in the comprehension section for a reading activity about Ramadan.

Don't forget to send us photos of any work you have done or things you have learned in RE.


‘Kids at home singing project’ - an exciting project for children to be involved in whilst at home. Here’s the FREE download link to the video:

Parents, encourage your child to learn the song. When we return, the children will sing the song in our first Collective Worship together. Have fun!


Even if we have to be indoors a the moment, it's still important to exercise and keep fit! Here's a really good way to do it: get your whole family exercising with Joe Wicks on the link below:


Miss Monk has made some videos of fun physical activities you can do while at home. Click on the link below to go to the videos.


Don't forget to keep going with our class blog! It's a great way to keep in touch with your classmates when we can't all be together.

Your log in for the blog should be in your reading record, but if you've lost or forgotten it, send your teacher an email on the address above and we can get it for you.

Mr Dowen's programming challenge- visit the class blog to see an exciting challenge that Mr Down has set up for you!


Please also look under the computing tab at the top of the page for further actvities you can do in computing.


Other Useful links for learning

The Twinkl Home learning Hub

This website has lots of ideas and activities and a suggested daily timetable to help structure your learning at home.



BBC bitesize

Here you can find lessons on many different subjects to support the learning you are doing at home.

Oak Academy

The Oak Academy website has a variety of lessons on different subjects you can access for free.


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