We are proud of ourselves. We are proud of each other. We are proud of our community.
Year 4 at Oakfield Primary Academy has 60 enthusiastic learners, who are ready for a year of hard work and rewards along the way!
Miss Hill is the teacher in Shark class.
Miss Hunter is the teacher in Dolphin class
Both classes are supported by Mrs Jordan and Mrs Davies as their learning support assistants.
Start time 8:45 - 9:00
End time - 3:10 - 3:20
P.E. will be on a Monday. Children may leave their PE kits in their locker for the full half term.
Homework does not need to be returned - please keep all homework at home.
Homework will be sent out on Fridays and needs to be completed. Homework books can be return to school on a Wednesday and will be quarantined before being handed back out again. We ask that you use TT Rockstars as the maths homework.
Children should also be reading a minimum of 3 times and have these written in their reading diary and signed by an adult which should be in school every day.
They also have a spelling test on their weekly spellings on a Friday afternoon. Please make sure your child has a copy of the spellings to practise. We are following the Spelling Shed scheme, which you can sign up to at home for extra spelling activities.
Augustus and his Smile
"Augustus the tiger was sad. He had lost his smile. So he did a huge tigery stretch, and set off to find it."
We will be learning about descriptive techniques, such as;
We will work towards writing a descriptive narrative.
We will also be focused on Art in the afternoons.
We have been working on our times tables. In Year 4, it is important they we can recall our times tables accurately and quickly. This helps us to get ready for our Year 4 Multiplication Test at the end of the year.
Here are some helpful songs that we love listening to at school!
Take a look at some of our fantastic work! We are so PROUD of our Year 4's. There have shown great determination when writing.
In this mini-mission, we will focus on living things and their habitats!
We will be looking at;
We were very excited about our launch day! We got to go and visit our school pond and had a go at pond dipping!
In writing, we learnt all about the fauna and flora we found at our local pond and used all of this information to write a Non-Chronological Report. Please take a look below at the fantastic work we completed!
Take a look at some of our fantastic work! We are so PROUD of our Year 4's. There have shown great understanding when writing about their local pond.
Who Eats What?
In this Mini-Mission, we have focused on science and looked at the Human Digestive System!
We have learnt about
In writing, we wrote an explanation text that detailed how food moves around the body and eventually becomes waste.
Please take a look below at our science experiment to recreate the human digestive system...
Veni, Vidi, Vici
Our next Mini-Mission will focus on the history of Ancient Rome.
We will learn about
In writing, we will learn a range of persuasive techniques that we can apply to a persuasive leaflet about gladiator shows. We will also look at Myths and Legends and even have a go at writing a Roman Myth!
Take a look at some of our incredible work! We are so PROUD of our Year 4's. There have shown great determination when writing their persuasive leaflets and myths.
This Mini-mission will focus on writing and art.
In writing, we will be using figurative language and a range of fronted adverbials to write a Christmas narrative.
Keep an eye out for our incredible art work...
Practice your times tables with these multiplication games! You can even practice other maths games.
Addition and Subtraction Challenge
Hit the Button- Mixed challenges.
Multiplication - Match the answer
Granny Racing - Multiplication Race
Penguin Jump - Multiplication Race
Short Division - BBC Bitesize
Piggy Bank Money Counting - Count the money in the Piggy Bank!
Telling the Time - Use this clock to read the time
Why not practice some Literacy skills with these Spelling and Grammar games?
Contractions - eg. Should not - Shouldn't
Reverse Contractions - eg. Couldn't - Could not
Apostrophes - Where does it go?
Conjunctions - Join sentences
Word Types - Is it an Adjective, Comparative Adjective, Common Noun or a Proper Noun?