Rowley Lane, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, HD8 0JD


Year 4

Take a look at some of the exciting activities we've been enjoying.

About Year 4......

Year 4 is such an amazing and exciting year where we learn lots of new skills. Within Music lessons, we are taught by a music specialist how to play both the ukulele and the clarinet. As part of our Cliffe House residential trip, we practise resilience and independence whilst participating in a wide range of wonderful outdoor activities. And finally, we gain a deeper understanding of History based topics such as The Romans and The Tudors.

At the end of Year 4 we also now have a new multiplications check, so we work really hard on making sure we know all of our times tables as we know this helps us with our Maths as we move up through school.   

Take a look at the pictures and information on the page to find out more about Year 4. 

Welcome to Year 4 Parent Information

Spelling Quiz - Tuesday 24th May

 Consonants - Spelling List.pdfDownload
 Vowels - Spelling List.pdfDownload
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Year 4 Important Information

 Calculation Policy.pdfDownload
 Daily Timetable DB.pdfDownload
 Daily Timetable LA KM.pdfDownload
 Recommended reads for Year 4.pdfDownload
 Useful Websites for Maths.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Statutory Spellings.pdfDownload
 Year 4 2021-22 Overview.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Grammar Glossary.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Grammar Terminology.pdfDownload
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 Musica Application - Tuition.pdfDownload
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Music Lessons 

The children will be taught 2 instruments over the school year by 2 specialists from the Musica Kirklees Music School.

In the Autumn term, Mrs Abbey/Mrs Martin's class will learn the clarinet.

Mrs Bee's class will learn the ukulele.

Mystery Read

At Rowley Lane, we encourage a love of reading both at school and at home. We are asking each child to read four times a week and for parents/carers to sign when they have done so on the Mystery Read bookmark. When a row is full, hand this bookmark to the class teacher every MONDAY for a chance to be in the draw to take home the ‘Mystery Read’ that week.

When the children have completed the whole card (read four times a week, for four weeks) they will be entered into a prize draw that will be drawn at the end of each Half Term.

This will run alongside the Tudor Reading Challenge, so keep clocking up those minutes in your child’s Reading Record too.

Please support your child to complete their challenge.



Handed out Tuesday. Tested the following Tuesday.


Handed out Thursday. To be returned by the following Thursday. 



Your child should read at least 4 times per week. Please sign and record the number of minutes read in your child's reading record.

This will then help them to earn rewards as part of the 'Tudor Reading Challenge'.

Running alongside this, we also have the 'Mystery Read'. Sign your child's bookmark 4 times in a week and they will be entered into a prize draw.

Happy reading!


Tuesday and Friday for both classes.

Children should come dressed in an outdoor PE kit on these days.

Remote Learning Activities

 Rounding to the Nearest 10, 100 and 1000 Differentiated Activity Sheets for Friday.pdfDownload
 Rounding Challenge cards - Extension task for Friday.pdfDownload
 Rounding to nearest 10, 100, 1000 Thursday Activity.pdfDownload
 Music activity.pdfDownload
 PE activity 2.pdfDownload
 Science activity.pdfDownload
 Topic activity.pdfDownload
 PE activity 1.pdfDownload
 Art activity.pdfDownload
 Outdoor mindfulness activity.pdfDownload
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