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St Michael's Roman Catholic Primary School

Worship Word Welfare Welcome Witness

Welcome to Year 4!


Teacher: Mr A Cox

Teaching Assistants:  Mrs J Barstow

Support Assistant: Miss S Jenkinson and Mr L Cawood


Class Information

PE days are Tuesday (with coach) and Friday. This year, children can COME TO SCHOOL in their PE Kits, please look at the Uniform Policy for details and make sure that it is weather appropriate.

Regular homework includes:

Spellings on Spelling Shed (issued on a Monday for a test on Friday)

Times tables on Times Table Rockstars (see below)

Reading on either Active Learn or the home reading book your child brings home. Please read with your child every night.


Year 4 Statutory Times Table Check

The Multiplication Table Check (MTC) is a times table check that is issued by the Department for Education for Year 4 pupils towards the end of the school year. The check tests children's knowledge of all times tables up to 12 x 12. Please practise with your child on Times Table Rockstars as much as possible, as not only will this give your child plenty of times table practise, but it will also familiarise your child with answering times table questions against the clock, which is what happens during the MTC. You can find more information and practise on the website below:


Class documents

Year 4 Yearly Overview

Meet the teacher PowerPoint

Autumn 1 curriculum newsletter


More useful websites

Spelling Shed

Active Learn

TT Rock Stars



The Romans home learning





Purple Mash. Each child has their own login which is inside their reading record.
BBC Dance Mat Typing. A site to help children develop touch typing skills (needs sound / headphones).
Nature Detectives. A great site for budding naturalists. Lots to keep children busy and ideas for outdoors too.
An educational programme to develop caring and concerned citizens with the skills and confidence to make a positive difference to their communities