Southmead Primary School

Southmead Primary School

Headteacher: Mr Nicholas Plumb

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Year 4 Porpoises and Dolphins

Year 4

Porpoises and Dolphins

Remote learning zoom link: 


Please use the link below to join our lesson's if you are learning from home smiley


Maths link:


English Link: (there will be no English zoom Monday 31st)


There will be no English zooms on a Friday.

Welcome to the Year 4 page!

Here, you can find out all the latest information and some home learning tasks.


Parent/ carers: If you have any questions, queries or comments about Year 4, please email us on and and we will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible, within normal working hours. 


Welcome Meeting Slides

Times Table Meeting

The slides from our meeting are attached below. If you have any further questions, please get in touch with us. Click the link below to access some resources to support your child with learning their times tables. 

  It's important to know how to stay safe online.

For child friendly online safety games and parent support please click here


                Home learning in case you need to isolate at home

Please find 1 day's worth of home learning. This can keep you busy (if you are well enough) while we prepare work to send home for you.

Reading Comprehension - Spring            


There are three levels, please choose the level that you feel suits you best (a little challenging but not too tricky)

Sustainable Southmead

Read through the PowerPoint and make a poster all about how we can be more sustainable. 



Spelling practise at home can often be challenging. Why not try using a multi-sensory approach! Try making the spellings using play dough, using coloured pens, using toys to make the shape of the letters or even during baking with flour! Rap, sing or link spellings to stories and shapes.


Supporting spelling practice




Our whole expectation is that children will read at home at least 3 times per week, this can be to an adult or independently. Below are some ideas to help support you at home with reading and questioning your child. 


Supporting reading at home

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