Year 4 - Mrs Sedgwick



  • Welcome back to Summer2! 
    As we begin to slowly return to ‘normal’, I am still so proud of all the children in my class. They continue to amaze me with the resilience, determination and their passion to learn and succeed.  Our time together in Year 4 is gradually disappearing but I guarantee we will learn and have fun until the last minute they are mine!!
    Always remember- be happy, be kind and most importantly, be YOU!
  • Reading is an essential part of the school curriculum and can open up many doors for your child in the future. Reading frequently can improve your child’s memory, increase vocabulary, unlock creativity and is a low cost form of entertainment! With this in mind, the children are encouraged to read everyday at home. They will be provided with a individual home reading book, that closely matches their reading ability. We ask that parents sign the reading record every time your child reads at home, in order for the children to earn certificates to celebrate their dedication to improve.  There are thousands of books that i’m sure your child would LOVE to read and examples of texts specifically suited for Year 4 are pictured here. Alternatively, there is a ‘book swap’ currently available at school, located near the Year 5 doors (the old finance office).  All you need to to is choose a book, take it home to read, then return it for another one. Easy!

    (Please note that social distancing rules apply and the hand gel provided needs to be used prior to choosing the books)


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      PE will be resuming as normal this half term, with our sessions being on Wednesday  and Thursday afternoons.
    PE kits need to be in school at the earliest opportunity, which should include a plain white t-shirt, plain hoodie/jumper,  plain black shorts/joggers/leggings and a change of shoes.
    A change of shoes and warmer clothing is essential for the foreseeable future, as where possible, we will be completing our PE lessons outdoors.




    In order for your learning to extend beyond the school day, there are a few things you could be doing while you are at home too.
    Firstly, read as often as you can. This can be on Oxford Owl (login details have been sent home but please let me know if you need another copy), it could be a magazine, a comic, your school reading book… ANYTHING! 
    Secondly, children will be given a spelling grid to take home at the beginning of the half term, which outlines the spelling patterns they will be taught over the coming weeks. We ask that the children practise these as much as possible while at home- a weekly spelling test will be given alongside daily taught spelling lessons to track progress. A list of these spellings are also on this class page for reference.
    Finally, to further enhance their home learning experience, your child will have been given individual login details to Tines Tables Rock Stars and Spelling Shed websites. The login details can be found in the front of their green home reading records. Again, please ask for another copy if you have misplaced them. 
    The learning opportunities are endless so have fun!!


  • In the event of a short term year group or full school closure, I recommend your child uses the following websites to help them continue with their learning journey.
     Your child will be issued with all the relevant log in details, so please remember to keep your log in details for these websites safe and secure.
    Seesaw – – Use this website to access learning that the teacher has set from home.
    Spelling Shed – – Use this website to access and practice spelling words from home.
    Times Table Rockstars – – Use this website to practise times tables from home.
    Oxford Owl – – Use this website to access and read books from home for free.
    Oak Academy – – Use this website to access hundreds of lessons for specific Year Groups.


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