Welcome to Year 4 Jellyfish



Hello and welcome to Year 4 Jelly Fish class page. My name is Miss Jones and I am the class teacher and Mrs Murphy and Mr Armstrong are the teaching assistants. We are excited to be teaching your children this year in Year 4! Our main objective is to ensure your child meets their full potential and grows in self-assurance throughout the year. Below is a timetable of things to remember each week. 


Our Weekly Timetable


Spelling and Times Tables Homework sent home

PE: Full PE kit must be in school.

Reading book in school


Reading book in school


Reading book in school


Reading book in school

PE: Full PE kit must be in school. 


Reading book in school

Spelling test

Homework to be returned                         



Children should have their reading books in school every day and should be reading at home on a daily basis. It is vital that your child is doing this as this will have an effect on their writing and other subjects in school. Children will receive their homework on a Monday and this should be returned to school by Friday. Again, it is tremendously important that your child is doing their homework every week. Times tables (including division facts) should be secure by the end of year 4 so this will be a priority for those children who do not know theirs. Please allow your children to log on to Times Tables Rock Stars on a regular basis so that they can be involved in the competitions and the battles we create against other classes. The children thoroughly enjoy taking part in the competitive aspect of the website and they are improving their times tables skills at the same time. Children will be given a list of 10 spellings per week which follow a spelling rule for them to practice at home. Each child should be taking home and returning a reading book which has been assigned to them. 


Year 4 Curriculum Overview 


We have used the national curriculum and our expertise to map out a broad, balanced, creative and coherent curriculum. We believe our curriculum empowers our pupils to access and develop their knowledge, skills, attitudes and dispositions to enable them to become well-rounded citizens who take with them a life-long love of learning.


Have a look at the Year 4 Curriculum below.


Science content and key knowledge 

Geography content and key knowledge

History content and key knowledge 


Long Term Plan 2023-2024



Autumn 1 Medium Term plan 2023-2024

Autumn 1 Science Knowledge Organiser 2023-2024

Autumn 1 Geography Knowledge Organiser 2023-2024





Boarshaw Primary Promise

This is what we aim for all our pupils to have experienced by the end of the year.

Boarshaw Primary Promise 


Our Newsletters

Keep up-to-date with information about each term and find out what we are learning through our class newsletters.

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