St Luke's C of E Primary School

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Year 4 - Thyme Class 


 In Thyme Class our teachers are Mr Bromley  and Miss Philip

School closure home learning resources
Dear Parents,
Whilst the school is closed, we will continue to provide a broad menu of activities for our learners.  The section below provides a list of learning platforms that can be accessed via the internet.  
For some of these platforms, your child will need a log in.  Children will have already been provided with these.   
During term time, teachers will provide daily updates outlining which tasks they wish learners to complete for the day. Alongside online learning platforms, there will be the usual home learning activities such as daily reading, maths fluency tasks (learning multiplication facts and number bonds) project homework and other research based learning.
You will be able to communicate with class teachers and support staff, in the usual way, via class dojo.  Any problems or queries then please do communicate with your class teacher via class dojo messaging.
Websites and educational platforms
Psalm 46:1-3 God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.‚Äč

Our class value is Excellence

You must present as the Lord’s portion the best and holiest part of everything given to you.’










Multiplication Assessment

Reading books changed




(Violin and Cello)

Spelling & Multiplication Assessment 

PE Day


Please ensure that learners have their reading books and reading records in school every day.


 Knowledge Organisers for Year 4

Click here for our maths knowledge organiser.

Click here for our science knowledge organisers.

Click here for our geography knowledge organisers.

Click here for our history knowledge organisers.

Click here for our art knowledge organisers.

Click here for our DT knowledge organisers.


Home Learning in Year 4

Click here for Mathletics login.

Click here for BugsClub login.

Click here for Times tables Rockstars login.


Spellings in Year 4

Spellings are handed out at the start of each half term. The test will be on Friday mornings. Each week will have a particular focus, and spellings will be taken from the Year 3/4 National Curriculum statutory spelling list.

Click here for a link to the Year 3/4 spelling list.


Library: Children visit the school library on a weekly basis to ensure they have access to the wide range of literature that we offer. It is your child's responsibility to take care of the book that they take out from the library to ensure a great lifespan of the made available.

I would also encourage joining the local library to ensure children have an unlimited range of choices that match their interests.

Times tables: Times tables are very important throughout your child's education. As of 2020, year 4 children across the country will be taking a timed times tables test. The children in year 4 at St Luke's have a times tables test on a Tuesday and a Friday to assess and track their knowledge of the timetable multiplication and division facts up to 12x12. This will exactly mirror the format of the test they will be sitting in the summer term. This will be on iPads to simulate the conditions of the actual test.

This link exactly copies the conditions of the test if you would like your child to get more familiar with the format.

Click here for math games.

PE: In year 4, learners have PE on a Friday morning. Please ensure your child has the correct kit with them on this day.

PE Kit includes:

  • House colour top; blue, red, yellow, green;
  • Plain navy tracksuit bottoms (or shorts);
  • and black sports shoe wear. 

Please ensure all uniform is named and labelled clearly and remind learners to take their kits home to be washed weekly for good practice of continued hygiene.

Class Dojo:

Class Dojo is a great way for children and parents to visually see the points they have earned throughout the week. Children start each day with 5 dojo points so there is a possible 25 dojo points per week.  The children can earn extra points for outstanding work or contribution in and outside of school, but they can lose points due to poor choices.

It is also a great platform for us to share the learning that is happening in our class for the week, as well as keeping you informed of any key dates and events.

There is also a messaging section should you wish to speak to me about any concerns you may have throughout the year.


Should you have any concerns or would like to meet to discuss your child's learning, please feel free to schedule a time to meet after school.