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Y4 Notice Board during school closure


We will post school work on this Notice Board on Monday and Wednesday. The work set for Friday will be posted on Wednesday.  If you need to contact us please use the following email addresses:




We have created a password protected Y4 page which allows us to post children's work and photos safely.  You will receive a parentmail with the Y4 password.  Please do not share this beyond our immediate Y4 community.


We hope that you and your families stay safe and well. Here is some advice from the Healthy Schools team: Staying Healthy - Information for Parent 


Parents please have a look at this link: Explaining the coronavirus for children


Please encourage your children to complete the Year 4 Questionnaire and email their responses your class email address above.

Class book: The Explorer

When their plane crashes, four children are stranded in the Amazon Jungle. Now they have to survive alone. But was there someone there before them? 



Head over to google classroom to hear Miss Green read chapter 17 and 18 of our class book. You can also follow along with the book yourself by opening the google slide. We hope that you enjoy!
Keep your eyes peeled πŸ‘€ for the next chapters!

Remember, all of the previous chapters are there just in case 
you've missed anything!

Wednesday 15th & Friday 17th July 2020

Hello Year 4!
What a year it has been. We  would just like to say...

This is our final week of the term! We are super proud of all of you; your hard work, determination and resilience has been wonderful to see.

Remember, this Thursday is our Y4 farewell so we hope to see you there.

However, do log on to Google Classroom this morning to see your Morning Message and find out about our week ahead!

Head over to our password protected page to find out who our Year 4 Sumdog champion is!

Don't forget to continue to start your day with PE with Joe Wicks or have a go at some PE at home.

You can also complete the Covid-19 time capsule activity  when you have time. It will be great to keep a record of our crazy times to look back on in the years to come!



Wednesday’s Task:
Today you are going to be completing a free writing task. Head over to google classroom to see which mind-boggling pictures await you today. 



 Friday’s Task:
You will be writing a letter to your new teacher.
Log in to google classroom to follow the Google slide information and
then open the google doc to write your letter.





Wednesday’s Task:

Today you are going to be doing some revision with investigating angles within shapes. Click on the image below to follow along with the
Oak National Academy tutorial.

There will be revision of key vocabulary and technical terms. Also, you will have some independent tasks to complete and then a quiz at the end.

 Next, complete the mild, hot or spicy task.

Mild task

Hot task

Spicy task

There is also an ‘Angles Investigation’ you can complete.


If you would like some extra ‘2D Shape Revision’. You can always log on
to Espresso (click on the image below) to watch the video links and
resources that are available to you there.

Remember, the Espresso log in details are on our Y4 Protected Page. 



Friday’s Task:

 Head over to google classroom

where you will find a maths revision pack for you to complete. It includes a variety of maths areas which we have covered this year. There is also a separate document where your parents can find all the answers.

 Remember, if you get any wrong then have another go at them and try to figure out where a mistake was made. This will also provide you with some handy feedback as to areas that you may like to focus on over the summer, before heading in to Year 5. Good luck :)



Wednesday’s Task:


We hope that you have recovered from the fun (and very messy) digestion science experiment! Today, you will need to follow along with the Google Slides and now explain the functions of parts of the digestive system and
annotate a diagram about digestion. Head over to google classroom to find all of the resources and task.



 Friday’s Task:

Memories of Year 4

To reflect on our year that has been, we would like you to create your own
‘Memories of Year 4’ poster. There are a few different template examples to
help you think about your design. 

Memories 1                             Memories 2                            Memories 3

Please include things to do with Year 4. So, things like:

- Your favourite trip this year…

- Funniest moment this year…

- Favourite lesson in Year 4…

- Favourite subject…

- Biggest accomplishment this year…

- Best book I have read this year…

- My aim for Y5 is to…

Be sure to email us in your designs as we would to read them!


Click here to see the spelling lists for this week.

Remember to practice throughout the week so you're ready for your test.


πŸ‘©‍🏫 Bonjour année 4 !

πŸ₯³ C'est la journée française de Belmont demain (Mardi 14 Juillet)! πŸ’™πŸ€ ❀️

πŸ“œRemember to upload your posters in Classroom. Make sure you have added and uploaded a picture before clicking 'hand-in' in Classroom. You can see the posters which have already been returned here: https://sites.google.com/belmontprimary.school/belmontfrench/french-culture/belmont-french-day/posters

πŸ₯The 'Cuisine française' page has also been updated so get baking and don't forget to send me pictures! You don't have to bake my recipes: you can cook any French dish! https://sites.google.com/belmontprimary.school/belmontfrench/french-culture/belmont-french-day/cuisine-fran%C3%A7aise

πŸ’™πŸ€ ❀️ Tomorrow will be our 'Grand Quiz de la Journée Française de Belmont' so keep on reading those Belmont French day pages to prepare! The winners of the quiz will be announced on Wednesday

Bonne journée !
Madame Radet πŸ™‚


Our whole school French theme is still 'les crêpes'. To find out more go to:


You can also take part in 'Le grand questionnaire des crêpes de Belmont' here: 


I have been so impressed by your cooking and baking pictures on your year 4 page so why not give 'crêpes' a try and share your pictures?


Remember that you can always leave a message on classroom's stream if you have a question.

Au revoir et à bientôt !

Mme Radet


FRENCH AT BELMONT: Important announcement

I have one big favour to ask Belmont children and parents: I am currently working on my Master’s dissertation (in Applied Linguistics and second language learning and teaching) and I have chosen Belmont’s French website and online teaching for this project. Therefore, for the next two months, I would need pupils to take part in regular questionnaires and possibly online interviews to get feedback about the website and how it is helping you learn. All participants will be anonymous in the dissertation. I will follow the British Association for Applied Linguists’ (BAAL) recommendations for good practice and complete Kingston University’s ethical review, and I need parents’ consent for children to participate in this project.

Please contact me if you would like to know more and if you are interested in taking part in this project: sradet-kirby@belmont.hounslow.sch.uk

Merci beaucoup!




Please continue to read everyday and continue to use your
reading records to log this. 

Pick one of your favourite books, then change how it ends!!! What can you come up with? Be as imaginative as you can!



You can also listen to audio books for free on Audible: Audible



Listen to Cressida Cowell read her very own story, How to Train Your Dragon

     Click on the image below to                             
join Cressida and listen to Chapter 1              


   Click on the image below to  join                             Click on the image below to join 
Cressida and listen to Chapter 2, part 1             Cressida and listen to Chapter 2, part 2