Year 4 Learning Hub
Visit Purple Mash to access activities for all areas of the curriculum.
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Advice if you're upset by the news
If you are upset by the news, it's important to know that you are not the only one and it's OK to have those feelings. You can rely on Newsround to tell you the important facts about a story - but some things you hear might be scary or make you feel worried.
Stay Safe Online
Head over to your Stay Safe Online page to check out three great digital books - Chicken Clicking, Troll Stinks and Old Macdonald Had a Phone, written by author Jeanne Willis and illustrated by Tony Ross.
You can download the books for free below along with a fun activity sheet.
Geography & History
Digimap for Schools is an award winning online mapping service for use by teachers and pupils. The service is designed for use by children as young as 5, and up to 16 years. Children can customise maps to tell a story - by adding pictures, graphs or climate information to support creative, engaging and interactive teaching and learning.
Explore Digimap and create your own maps or use the activities provided below. Click the logo to go to Digimap.
NEW! Digimap Activities
Check out these awesome activities that accompany Digimaps:
Spring Watch - Find signs of spring in your garden, then add them to a map.
Scavenger Hunt - A quick idea for you to do at home.
Name the City - A quick quiz to identify UK cities from maps in Digimap for Schools.
Map your walk - Add and measure walking routes. Add images, lines and measurement labels.
Map symbols crossword - A crossword on map symbols, with picture clues.
Map Quiz - A quiz to identify map features and symbols.
Finding the grid reference - A guide to finding 4 figure grid references in Digimap for Schools.
Colouring Land Use - Create a map key and colouring in your map.
Writing our history - Why not interview a family member about their childhood home? Record their memories on a map.
Urbanisation - Use our historical maps to explore aspects of a town's development. We look at Congleton in Cheshire but any location can be used.
A river journey - Explore the River Medway with the images in Digimap for Schools.
Coastal erosion - Use historical maps of a coastal location to explore erosion. Use drawing tools, measurement tools and image search to check the scale of erosion and possible reasons why.
Maddie's online videos offer up a curiosity box full of family content! Packed with films about science, wildlife, travel and engineering, she takes her audience on educational adventures and inspires them to #staycurious.
Click on the buttons to watch Maddie's themed playlists on YouTube.
BBC Bring the Noise offers a range of free, fun and simple online music resources. There are lots of interactive and inclusive activities for EYFS, KS1 and SEND pupils.
Click on the button to access the site or click here.
An online interactive language resource for you to practise your Spanish skills.
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Join Mr Jassi and Miss Ward for some virtual P.E. sessions!
Miss Ward's 'Go Bright' Exercise Activity
As part of our 'Go Bright for Muscular Dystrophy' charity week, join Miss Ward for an inclusive exercise activity. Suitable for able bodied and wheelchair users alike.
Meditation with Mrs Grange
A calming meditation session recorded by Mrs Grange. This guided meditation recording will lead you through breathing and movement exercises to help you feel calm and relaxed.