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Please find below lots of new and interesting activities to keep you busy over the next couple of weeks. Have fun!!!


Hi Guys!


We know how much you love to read the copies of First News which we receive each week and so that you don't miss out, please find this week's copy of First News complete with activities for you to read online or print out.


Enjoy! laugh


Hello to all of the Year Four children, parents and carers!


We hope you are all staying safe and looking after one another.


We just wanted to signpost you to some additional maths resources which are very easy to use and are from the same scheme which we follow in school (White Rose). 

Just use the following link:-


Just follow these four easy steps…

  1. Click on the set of lessons for your child’s year group.
  2. Watch the video (either on your own or with your child).
  3. Find a calm space where your child can work for about 20-30 minutes.
  4. Use the video guidance to support your child as they work through a lesson.


In addition to this you might have already discovered the maths factor created by Carol Vorderman which is currently offering free subscription during this difficult time. The link is as follows:-


Please stay safe and look after each other.


Dear Parents/Carers,


We recognise how important your children's learning is and wanted to provide resources to ensure that their learning can continue, even in the instance of a school closure. 


Please find below a copy of the letter sent home, with the website and login details which children can use to access interactive resources relevant to their year group. 


If you lose your log in details please note:


4H log in is: 195937 followed by your child's first name (no capitals) and password is: their first name (no capitals)

4R log in is: and password is: 227184 followed by your child's first name (no capitals) and password is: thier first name (no captials).

Along with the online resources, please find below a resource pack which can be printed off and completed at home. 


If you refer to the Guidence and Answer document, you will notice that for each Learning Objective there are 3 differentiated sheets. Please note that Developing refers to lower ability questions, Secure refers to working at the expected Year 4 level and Greater Depth refers to higher ability questions.


Please discuss with your child the level they think would be most appropriate for them to complete. 


There is a variety of subjects and activities included, for you to work your way through as and when you feel appropriate. 

Please find below a variety of interesting practial tasks which are appropriate for your child and linked to our Year 4 Learning objectives. 
Please find below a list of the 52 Common Exception Words pupils are expected to know by the end of Year 4. Continue to practise these, you can use them to create your own sentences, put them into a word search, create a crossword puzzle using them, even use a dictionary to find the definition for each smiley
Please note that our next topic is a study of the local area. Can you carry out some research on your local area? You could find and recreate maps, look at the history of your area and even consider the wildlife that may be found there. You could gather your findings to create a little project book/display which could be shared with others. 
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Along with all of these interesting activities don't forget to keep practising playing your instruments (there are lots of tutorials which can be found online to help take your learning further). In addition, continue to practise all of your timestables up to 12 x 12 and TT Rockstars is a great and fun way to do this!!! With Easter around the corner there are lots of Easter crafts and activities that can be completed. 

Peterbrook Primary School, High Street, Solihull Lodge, Shirley, Solihull, West Midlands, B90 1HR

Tel: +44(0)121 4302545