KS1 - Lyndhurst Road, Landford, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP5 2AE - KS2 - School Road, Nomansland, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP5 2BY


The New Forest Church of England Primary School

Langley Year 4 Welcome back to Term 6! 

This page will list the weekly home-learning ideas for everyone in our class. 

Mrs Barnes will be working in school with Year 6 but will continue to check for messages at breaktime and lunchtime.  If you have any urgent questions, Mrs Malmberg will be able to help you on Monday and Tuesday via the Class Dojo messaging function while Mrs Perry will be available on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.  I will continue to send daily 'class story' posts. 


Remember we are all 'Learning together through friendship and faith'.

Below is a suggested timetable for this week which may help maintain a sense of routine:  
Suggested day  Session 1 Session 2 Worship and Reflection 'Assembly time' Session 3 Physical Activity  session Independent Well- being project session Love of Reading session
Monday Power Maths & Arithmetic activities English Collective Worship BBC Bitesize - History Physical activity  Work on learning a new skill or do mindfulness colouring Read to an adult
Tuesday Power Maths & Arithmetic activities English  Collective Worship BBC Bitesize - Geography Physical activity Contact a friend Listen to a story via  Love of Reading page
Wednesday Power Maths & Arithmetic activities English Collective Worship BBC Bitesize - Science Physical activity   Watch 'Mojo's Big Idea' (sent to you) Read to an adult
Thursday Power Maths & Arithmetic activities English Collective Worship BBC Bitesize - Computing or Languages Physical activity  Contact a family member Share a story with someone 
Friday Power Maths & Arithmetic activities English Collective Worship BBC Bitesize - Art, Design or Music Physical activity  Mrs Whittaker's Topic Time Read to an adult


Week commencing Monday 6th  - Friday 10th July (Week 5) 

Remember all links are highlighted in yellow and underlined. 

Power Maths:  

We are finishing the unit on Time - Unit 13 and then starting the unit on Statistics - Unit 14.

You will need access to the 4C textbook - see the link below.  Ignore the Summer book as that is an abridged version of the whole year)

Monday: Lesson 4 Converting times (2).

Textbook guide pages:  p 92-95

Practice book pages: p 67-69

Tuesday: Lesson 5 Problem solving - units of time.

Textbook guide pages:  p 96-99

Practice book pages: p 70-72


Wednesday: Lesson 1 Charts and tables (1).

Textbook guide pages:  p 102-107

Practice book pages: p 75-77


Thursday: Lesson 2 Charts and tables (2).

Textbook guide pages:  p 108-111

Practice book pages: p 78-80


Friday: Lesson 3   Line graphs (1).

Textbook guide pages:  p 112-115

Practice book pages: p 81-83







Mathletics (see assigned activities).  These have been set for the week.  I have reassigned any that I would like you to try again.  If you have completed all the activities, I have reassigned those you have not achieved 100% on.  Your challenge is to get 100% on everything!

You can access this site quickly by using the links on our Internet Based Home-Learning Page

If you are looking for further activities you can access the daily BBC Bitesize lessons via the link to the right of the page or try some interactive problem solving activities on Nrich via the link below



Power Maths 4C textbook link:

Linked to each lesson in the practice books for Power Maths is a input session from the textbook

You can access these textbooks using the link you have been emailed by KS2 Admin in May and on June 1st.  Here is your child's year group link:



(top right corner)

This link will only work properly if you have consented to Pearson's Terms of Use. See this  guide on how to do this:

Power Maths textbook access.pptx 

Power Maths have also produced a parent guide video to using the textbooks:



This week we are starting a new unit by Talk for Writing (Home-School booklets) called 'Mission'.  We will continue this for the next week or so.

You have the full PDF available here for the whole unit. 


With your parent/carers decide what you will do each day - set a work target.

A suggested series of sessions could be:

Monday:  p 22-23: settings.

Tuesday:  p 24-26: verbs and speech marks.

Wednesday: p 27-28: codes and spy gadgets.  

Thursday:  p 29-33: planning your story.

Friday: writing your story.

Ongoing Spellings - All Years: this section will not change this term.

Continue to practice your personal spelling targets from your target word list:

  1. Make sure that you are tested to identify 5-8 target words that you can work on each week.  These may include errors from previous weeks.  
  2. Learn the words over a week using one of the strategies listed on our Spelling Strategies Page
  3. Regularly do a recap test of the words that you've been learning over the past few weeks -  make sure you are secure in your recall of their correct spelling.
  4. Focus on forming your letters correctly and joining so that each letter can be easily recognised.   If in doubt PRINT your letters in un-joined, lower case. 

Target word lists - make sure you can READ and WRITE each of these words for your year group.

If you still have target words from earlier years work on those first. 

Year 1

Year 2 

Year 3/4 to be learnt by end of Year 4 (and secure by end of KS2)

Year 5/6 to be learnt by the end of Year 6 

Resources to support your learning are available on the Spelling Strategies Page 

Science and foundation subjects:

In Term 6, we are using BBC Bitesize for our science and foundation subject curriculum for Y2-6.  

These sessions will not necessarily match our normal school curriculum map, but they are designed for your year group and provide consistency for the rest of the term.

Your year group link for the daily lessons is here:


You can usually access the next day's lessons from 6pm each night.  

Other sessions:

You will find Mrs Whittaker and Miss Morland  'assembly' videos on our Worship and Reflection Page.  

We continue to add content to our Love of Reading Page.

Whole school projects will continue each week on Mrs Whittaker's Topic Time Page

Exciting new content on our Physical Activity Page.