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Lewis Class Year 4

Welcome to Lewis Class, Year 4


Who's Who?






Mrs Sutherland       Mrs Morrison

General Information


PE days: Tuesday and Friday 

Please wear weather appropriate PE kit to school on these days. 


Reading books will be changed on a Monday and Thursday. 

Please try to read every night. Please write in the reading record the page number read to. If you have not finished a book, we will send the book home again. 

Please ensure books are in school every day as staff read with the children each morning, and with the help of our reading volunteers, we use any other available opportunities to read with the children. 



Our Days in Lewis Class 

Please find below an example of a timetable for our week. This should give an idea of the lessons being covered throughout a typical week, however, please note that the days on which specific lessons take place changes frequently due to what is happening each week. 


Curriculum Information 

Please find our curriculum maps outlining the areas of learning we are covering in each half term. For further subject information and policies, please visit the curriculum pages.


SAMPLE Year 4 Timetable

Our Curriculum Overview - Half Termly 

Reading in Lewis Class

Please find below some of the books we have been enjoying in Lewis Class this half term. 



Knowledge Organisers 

Please find below the knowledge organisers that support our learning each half term. Paper copies are also sent home in book bags at the beginning of each half term.

Supporting your Child in Year 4


Please see below some strategies for helping your child in Year 4. You will also find further information in the curriculum pages. 

  • Please try to listen to your child read every night - just a page or two will make a big difference. At this stage, comprehension should be taking more of a precedent over word reading. Please try to discuss the book together, identifying themes and reading a wide range of fiction, poetry, plays, textbooks, myths and legends. Model fluent reading and share a love of reading with them, 
  • Share and discuss knowledge organisers. Practice key vocabulary and talk about learning. Feel free to get them to share what they know and have learned in creative and imaginative ways. 
  • Times table work will take place weekly, encourage practice, singing songs taught and rolling fingers to help embed them. There will also be activities set on Mathletics which will either supplement in class learning or provide opportunities for revision of previously visited topics and strategies. The following websites are useful to help with Times Tables:


Times Tables Rock Stars

Hit The Button


Purple Mash (Monster Multiplication Game and Multiplication Game)