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The Learning Project documents below, contain an outline of the activities your child is expected to do while at home. There are copies of worksheets that are suitable for the majority of children in Year 4  You do not need to print off the worksheets if you don't want to, you can simply answwr questions in your excersize books provided. If you feel your child would not be able to access these please contact me via my email and I will recommend alternative provision.

For more online education resources to help your child learn at home please visit:


Many thanks for supporting you child's learning in these difficult times and if you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me by my email address and I will reply as promptly as possible during school hours.

Thank You

Miss L Skerratt

Week 11 and 12 Home Learning Projects


English - Writing

Please complete the daily English lesson from BBC Bitesize. Lessons can be found here:


In response to your comments we have changed some of our writing activities. Over the next two weeks please work through the activities in this booklet alongside the above lessons.

Silly Summer Reading Challenge

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English - Reading and Comprehension

Encourage your child to read a book on Oxford Owl , discuss what your child enjoyed about the book. Ask your child how different characters felt at different points in the story or why the characters acted the way they did.

Other books are also availiable on:

Love Reading 4 Kids - Free to sign up, lots of great books plus a children's zone with competitions.

Collins Big Cat - Login: parents@harpercollins.co.uk       Password:Parents20!

Open Library - Free sign up

Audible - Listen to stories free

Storyline Online - Liusten to great stories read by different famous people




From this week, we will be following the daily lessons on the BBC Bitesize home learning page. Please complete the lesson each day.

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Play TT Rockstars at least 3x per week


Please complete one a day.



River Mersey

Please complete a project on:

Why is the Mersey so important to the North West?

Suggested activities/research questions:

  1. Can I track the course of the River Mersey on an Ordnance Survey Map?
  2. Can I draw and label the route of the River Mersey?
  3. Can I observe and record the human and physical features of the River Mersey?
  4. Can I explain the significance of the River Mersey to Warrington?
  5. Can I understand why rivers are important for the lives of the people who live there now and in the past?
  6. Can I research how people have adapted rivers and water for their own use?

Key vocabulary: Settlements, river features, land use, economic activity, natural resources, energy supplies, water supplies, mouth, source




States of Matter

Please complete a project on:

"States of Matter"

See the knowledge organiser for essential information. This can be presented in any way you like, get creative or create a PowerPoint.

Compete the quiz to assess how much you have learnt. I look forward to receiving completed projects or photos of them via email.

Possible research questions:

1. What are the states of matter?

2. What are freezing and melting?

3. What is evaporation?

4. What is condensation?

5. What is the water cycle?

BBC Bitesize is a great resource to research the above questions.



Click on the picture link below to learn about computing.


Oak Academy - Extra Lessons

BBC Bitesize Daily - Extra Lessons

Classroom Secrets Kids

Home Learning Timetable


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