Year 4 2022 - 2023

Miss Preugschat

Mrs Wilson




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Welcome to Y4's class page



Miss Preugschat        Mrs Wilson        Mrs Hodgson

 Welcome to your final term in year four,

I hope you have all enjoyed the Easter break and that you are ready to work hard this term! I am extremely excited to get stuck in to our learning and I’m sure you will enjoy all of the interesting topics we are going to cover just as much as I will! We will be continuining to focus upon times tables this year to support you with the rest of your maths work and prepare you for the statutory multiplication tables check in June. We will be practising our times tables up to 12x12 every day in class and it would be great if you would continue this at home so that we can become really fluent!


In Pathways to Read this term, we will be reading texts which are linked to our English text. We will be reading Fantastically Great Women who Saved the Planet by Kate Pankhurst and A Myth Hunter's Travel Guide by The Literacy Company.


In English, we will be focusing our learning around the books Where the Forest Meets the Sea by Jeannie Baker and Blue John by Berlie Doherty. We will continue to learn how to incorporate fronted adverbials, conjunctions and rich vocabulary in our writing. Our writing outcomes 


Please bring your PE kits in everyday as we have PE twice a week and sometimes other activities pop up! These can be taken home on a Friday to be washed.

Homework, Spellings and Reading

This year, Learning Log homework and Maths will be given out on a  Friday and returned on a Wednesday. Occasionally, we may give out a piece of homework that lasts for a longer period of time, such as a mini-project. Reading books need to be changed at least once a week and don’t forget to bring your Reading Journal and book in everyday so that we can keep track of the books you are reading and so you can earn raffle tickets! You need to continue to learn your times tables at home as well as covering them in class because there will be a times table test every Friday.  Finally, spellings for the entire term will be glued into Learning Logs during the first week of term and I expect people to be practising these week by week.

Times tables 

There will be a huge push on times tables this year in preparation for the statutory multiplication tables check in June 2023.  The multiplication tables check is an on-screen check consisting of 25 times tables questions. Your child will answer 3 practice questions before moving on to the official check, and will then have 6 seconds to answer each question. On average, the check should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete. To support you in learning your times tables, you will have access to Times Table Rockstars at home and will be set a weekly times table to learn.

Water Bottles

It is really important that you bring in your own water bottle every day. You must take it home each evening for it to be washed. Normally we would have extra cups for children in the classroom, but we are no longer allowed to do this as it increases the risk of cross contamination. Please bring your own, named bottle each day. You will be allowed to refill it throughout the day, if you drink all your water.

Miss Preugschat and Mrs Wilson


Things to remember:

PE kits (black shorts/white t-shirt/trainers or pumps/tracksuit for colder weather)- THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

Reading books—EVERYDAY

Reading records - TUESDAY AND THURSDAY

Water bottles—EVERYDAY



Website Links:

Times Tables Rockstars

Bug Club

Progression of Mathematics

Maths is Fun

Our school rules:

(R, R, S)




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Elton Primary School
School Lane, Elton,
Cheshire CH2 4LT
Headteacher: Mr Kevin Manning
Main Contact: Miss E Jackson or Mrs C Davies
SENCO - Mrs Samantha Higginson