Year 4 Kestrel

Welcome to Term 6

This term our topic is: Sculpture

Term 1

Term 2


Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

Rampaging Romans



Bright Sparks


Around the World


Stone Age to Iron Age



Living things









Additional resources for learning spellings

Reading – recommended reading books to share at home


At Compass Point we teach handwriting using the Penpals handwriting scheme.  This starts in Reception and is continued all the way through until the end of year 6, using a progressive approach.  Penpals teaches children a fast and fluent handwriting style to help them achieve their potential in writing.

Please click on the following link to find out further information about the cursive style of handwriting your child will be taught in each year group.


Maths ideas for activities to do at home

Times tables expectations

Times Tables Games


Wider Curriculum

Here is our topic web for this term.

Website links for topic:

Monday Monday! 18/05/20

Monday 18 May, 2020

Good morning everyone! Welcome back to the last week of this half term - it has gone so quickly! Please read on for this week's overview of all work - including additional Science and Art for those who want it.
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Hello Thursday! 14/05/2020

Thursday 14 May, 2020

We are nearly at the end of another week! Please read on for today's work - including some Science activities based on our topic of Living Things and their Habitats.
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Bristol Bears Rise Project

Tuesday 25 February, 2020

Bristol Bears Community Foundation are back with us in Year 4 this term to trial their new 'Rise' programme based on supporting primary school pupils with their mental health.
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Our trip to Caerleon

Friday 6 December, 2019

We had a fantastic trip to the Roman Legion Museum in Newport to complement all the things we had learnt about the Romans in Term 1.
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Map skills

Monday 14 October, 2019

We learnt how to use maps today by identifying ancient Roman roads and finding out which cities they were linked with in modern day life!
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