Welcome to year 4 classes, 4AB & 4 LS

Please click here for Year 4's Whole Year Overview

Summer Term

Your teachers have been keen to read their favourite books to you. See if you can spot familiar faces or voices from the staff.  Enjoy a good book and maybe you could share your favourite books with us too. Find us on the reading page here. 

Do you want to know the winner of the Surrey Book Awards? Do you want to see some of the work we have achieved and the work of other schools? Here is your chance. Due to Covid-19 we have been unable to go to the ceremony but now we are bringing the ceremony to you! The ceremony will take place on Thursday 21 May at 11:15am, and can be viewed on the Surrey Libraries YouTube channel Remember to ask your parents permission but we would love to see you attend to see all the hard work you put in! 


Summer 2 Home learning
work Pack for Week beginning July 20th 2020

Here is your final text based project for the next 3 days, remember last week we put in extra maths, spag/phonics and reading to last you this week aswell.

 Year 4 5 answer pack 20.7.20.pdfDownload
 Year 4 5 pack 20.7.20.pdfDownload
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work pack for week beginning july 13th 2020

This pack will have a project based around a text to last the week and worksheets for maths, SPAG/Phonics and reading to take you to the end of term so there are 8 days to complete these and you will be given a seperate text based project for the last 3 days of term. 

 Year 4 answer Pack 13th July 2020.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Pack 13th July 2020.pdfDownload
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Bubble MI11, which has children from year 4/5, wanted to perform you their favourite song. Have a listen here: 

work Pack for Week beginning July 6th 2020
 answers - oh the places youll go.pdfDownload
 oh the places youll go year 4.pdfDownload
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Work Pack for Week beginning June 29th 2020
 Year 4 answers Horton week 2.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Horton hears a Who week 2 29th June.pdfDownload
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Work Pack for Week beginning June 22nd 2020
 Year 4 -- answers (2).pdfDownload
 Year 4 Horton hears a Who week 1 (1) (2).pdfDownload
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Work Pack for Week beginning June 15th 2020
 Year 4 - Pack 7 Learning - answers.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Lorax Pack 7 (2).pdfDownload
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Work Pack for Week beginning 8th June

We hope you enjoy our new learning packs based upon a text. This pack includes tasks from all curriculum areas. Read the information on the first page for more detail. 

 Year 4 - Pack 6 Learning (1).pdfDownload
 Year 4 - Pack 6 Learning - answers.pdfDownload
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Discovery pack and supplementary tasks for week beginning June 1st 2020
 LKS2 Grid Pack 5.pdfDownload
 yr 4 Answers for supplimentary pack 5.pdfDownload
 _Year 4 Supplementary Worksheets pack 5.pdfDownload
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New Home School Learning Pack
 LKS2 Grid Pack 4.pdfDownload
 Year 4 worksheets - Pack 4 - answers.pdfDownload
 Year 4 worksheets - Pack 4.pdfDownload
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 LKS2 Grid Pack 3.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Extra worksheets answers updated.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Extra worksheets updated.pdfDownload
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With VE Day taking place on Friday 8th May, we have put together some activities for you to choose from to work alongside the discovery packs. Have a look at what VE Day is and have a go at celebrating. We cannot wait to see what you get up to! 

 VE Day information.pdfDownload
 VE Day Pack.pdfDownload
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We hope you have enjoyed the learning you have completed at home so far. We are now using our new Discovery Pack. 

 LKS2 Grid Pack 2.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Supplementary Activities Discovery Pack 2 Answers.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Supplementary Activities Discovery Pack 2.pdfDownload
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Our great learning

We have received some more fantastic learning this week. It is great to see you all so busy and enjoying your new Discovery packs! Keep working hard and staying positive. 

 LKS2 Discovery Pack 1.pdfDownload
 LKS2 Spellings.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Mr Stink Chapter 1.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Supplementary Activities Discover Pack 1 Answer Book.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Supplementary Activities Discovery Pack 1.pdfDownload
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Our great learning

Some more fantastic examples of work Year 4 are producing at home. We are so proud of all your efforts. Keep up the fantastic learning.

Can you play this quiz with your friends? It was made by a few children in Year 4!

We are living through history right now so why not make a time capsule to look back on in years to come? I did this as a child and I still haven’t opened it! If this sounds like something you would want to do then there are some instructions below. I would love to see any when they are finished so please do send some pictures in. - Miss B

With the sun shining it is a perfect time for you to spend some time sitting, relaxing and reading a good book. Below are some recommendations if you are in need of a new book to read. 


What a lovely start to the Summer term seeing some of the fantastic work that has been completed already! Well done everyone for continuing to work so hard.

Welcome back

Welcome back Year 4!

 Hopefully you all enjoyed the Easter break, even if it was a little different to what we have been used to before.

We hope you are all refreshed and keen to face the new challenges of the Summer term.

Remember your teachers love to see and hear what you are all up to so do get in touch via the year group emails. 


Year 4 Home Learning Pack 3

Year 4 Home Learning Pack 3 answers

spring term
Our Great Learning 

We have some busy bees at work today!

It is now time for the weekly Year 4 news, read to you by Hugo Moore.

Do you love reading as much as me? Click here to have a listen to our storytime. We will be updating the stories as much as possible for you to listen to. 

This piece of geography work by Tola is brilliant and shows all of the flags of the world. She used an atlas to help her and then translated all of the countries into Polish. This is some brilliant and bright learning. 

We have had some brilliant work sent to us and it's only the beginning of the week. We cannot wait to see what else you will send us! 

Jodie has been working hard at her learning and has even created a cafe (Ralph's jungle cafe) at home for her sister and her parents. Everyday at 10:30 they have a break and the children have to pay for their snacks and make tea and coffee for their parents. Maybe you could follow in Jodie's footsteps and create your own cafe!

What a fantastic and creative musical instrument by Mia!

Year 4 have been very busy with their creative writing and have produced some fantastic stories. Please enjoy reading 'The Forest' by Tola W

Art makes many of us smile and we love receiving all types of creative learning. Have a look at this great piece. 

We have heard about some lovely activities and learning that has been going on. From working out how long it would take to cycle to school and back and then cycling the distance in the garden, to communicating with friends to see what they have been up to.  We have heard that we may even have a budding journalist in our team. Keep up the hard work! 

This is a great way to learn about the planet. I love the puzzle you have created and it is fantastic to see you loving the learning. Well done!
This is a great way to learn about the planet. I love the puzzle you have created and it is fantastic to see you loving the learning. Well done!

Good Morning Year 4. It looks like it's going to be another lovely day but certainly a little frosty this morning. We hope you are still enjoying your home learning and beginning to settle into a routine. Remember to have a go at practising some new skills as well, maybe some baking or helping to pair up the socks! Keep up the hard work and remember to reflect on each day with enjoyment and happiness. 

We are really enjoying the work we are seeing being produced. It is great that there are examples of all areas of the curriculum and that children are learning lots of new skills as well. From new inventions to baking and bonding with siblings. Keep up all the hard work and we look forward to seeing lots of new talents being explored. 

A fantastically presented piece of learning completed in Maths today!
A fantastically presented piece of learning completed in Maths today!

Good morning Year 4, it looks to be a bright and sunny day. We hope your first day of home learning went well. Remember to set out your goals for the day focusing on your learning tasks. Take breaks much like we do in school with an extended lunch break allowing yourself time to relax. Make sure to find yourself 15 minutes in the day to reflect- you can find daily reflections for both yourself and your family to complete at home, under the Christian School Tab on the school website. Don't forget to keep in touch we would love to see what learning you are all up to.  Here is an example of a timetable you may like to follow:

This morning, we have all joined in with Joe Wicks. This is done everyday at 9am on Youtube and is a great way to start the day. Have a go at home too because we have had great fun keeping active. Enter text...

Great maths learning completed this morning, we cannot wait to see more examples.
Great maths learning completed this morning, we cannot wait to see more examples.
Key Documents 

Please click here for Year 4's Spring Term 2020 Coverage

Please click here for  Spring Term Spellings

 Please click here for the 'Showcase of Writing' Spring Term 2020 booklet. 


4AB are keeping their spirits high and smiles on their faces with some beautiful singing! Miss Brockman is very proud of you all.

4AB - Art

4AB have been looking at ‘The Boy Who Lived with Dragons’ by Andy Shepherd which inspired our dragon eyes artwork. We learnt about shading techniques and how to achieve variations in tone. They are currently on display in the Year 3 and 4 shared area - so come and have a look! 

4ab - maths

This half term in 4 AB we have been focusing on fractions. We have been learning how to identify and find equivalent fractions, how to add and subtract fractions with like and unlike denominators and how to convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions. We have all been working really hard and are so proud of how we are doing.

4ab - English

In 4AB's English sessions we have stepped into ‘The Boy Who Lived with Dragons’ by Andy Shepherd which has inspired our own story writing. We have worked really hard to make our work exciting to catch the reader’s interest through a process of drafting, editing and finalising. Please enjoy the selection of fantastic writing below.

Cranleigh Primary School has been chosen as a Champion School for the awards
We had a wonderful visitor from Cranleigh Library on Tuesday 28th January. She came to talk to the children about the Surrey Libraries Children's Book Award 2020. Cranleigh Primary School has been chosen as a Champion School for the awards and she came to tell our children about their involvement and of course about the books.
The books that have made it to the final are:
Hotel Flamingo by Alex Milway
Picklewitch and Jack by Claire Barker
Night of the Living Ted by Barry Hutchison
The Boy Who Lived with Dragons by Andy Shepherd
Baker Street Academy: Sherlock and the Baker Street Curse by Sam Hearn
all about sound

This week 4LS have been learning all about sound, sound waves and how sound travels. They have been experimenting with tuning forks in water and using string telephones to observe how sound travels.

autumn term
visiting the residents at rowley''s community centre

Year 4 went to visit Rowley’s on the 25th November to sing a few songs. We sang ‘Count On Me’ by Bruno Mars, ‘A Million Dreams’ from The Greatest Showman and ‘Shine Jesus Shine’. The residents absolutely loved it and were very complimentary. The whole of year 4 represented the school brilliantly and should be very proud of their performance.


After learning all about the different types of teeth humans have and need, 4AB created an experiment to test whether different liquids have different effects on our teeth. We used hard boiled eggs and the shell represented the enamel on our teeth. We found out that the more sugar a liquid has, the more damaging the effect is on our teeth – especially if we don’t brush them! We found our results really shocking and pretty gross!

4AB have been studying the digestive system and learning about the different stages and functions. Miss Brockman demonstrated the process using chocolate cake, a spatula, coca cola, tights, amongst many other things!

In our English sessions we have been learning about the discovery of Tutankhamun by Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon. We have been writing our own newspaper articles documenting the events which unfolded all those years ago. This learning made us interested in Tutankhamun’s sarcophagus and burial mask so we decided to create our own. We worked really hard and some even went to the Art Centre to be put on display!


4AB have been learning about how the ancient Egyptians communicated. We looked at the Rosetta Stone and studied hieroglyphics before trying to create our own messages for each other. We then created our own cartouches with our names on in hieroglyphics. Can you work out who these cartouches belong too?!


We worked really hard to create these bold and eye-catching silhouette paintings. I think you will agree that 4AB are FAB!

stunning start

We then had a little bit of fun and mummified our friends using toilet roll!


4AB learnt all about the gruesome but interesting process of mummification and the ancient Egyptian belief about life after death.  We conducted an experiment to see the effectiveness of the mummification process by mummifying a tomato! We followed the same steps as the ancient Egyptians and will leave our tomatoes covered in salt and bicarbonate of soda for 40 days. We will be checking our tomatoes regularly to see if there are any changes!