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Coppice Valley Primary School

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Spellings (key words on curriculum coverage list) and new vocab will be taught in school for an informal test. Feel free to help your child learn the key words but this will be done on a daily basis in school.

So homework…

  • Read with your child
  • Read to your child
  • Times Table Rockstars – Practise as much as you can! (By the end of Year 4 children are expected to know ALL their times tables by heart up to 12 x 12!)


Swapping Books

In KS2 it is your child’s responsibility to change their own reading book. They can do this each morning, as soon as they come into the classroom. We don’t want the children to swap more than once a day as we want them to re-read books several times to increase their fluency and embed new vocabulary. Don’t worry if we send home the same book a few times. It is good to re-read texts many times, to embed new words and deeply understand the content.


PE Days - Please make sure your child has full kit for the whole week. They need indoor and outdoor kit please – T-shirt, shorts, tracksuit and trainers are essential items.  Without the correct kit, your child may not be able to participate. Y4 PE this term will be Mondays and Wednesdays, . (See website for uniform & PE list).


Playtime snacks and Lunchbox contents – please don’t send chocolate and sweets in to school. At playtime kids need a healthy snack = fruit, veg, or cheese for example.

Water Bottles – please send your child with a NAMED sports-style pull up lid bottle and ensure it is brought home every day to be cleaned. With still a chance of hot weather, please could we ask you to ensure that your child has suncream applied before they come to school and has a sun hat and water.



We are continuing to talk to the children about the language of learning and helping them to understand what goes on inside their heads when they are thinking and learning. This is called meta-cognition. Hopefully, you will hear your child talking about how they learn this term and the learning skills they are developing. Alongside this, we are looking at the learning powered mind focusing on the four key areas of: resilience, resourcefulness, reflectiveness and reciprocity.


This website, The School Run, explains the curriculum for Year 4 for parents. It will show you how we teach maths, English and science and how you can help at home. This information is FREE








Growth Mindsets: help your child try new things - CBeebies ...
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