Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Primary School

Our Lady Star School Our Lady Star of The Sea Catholic Primary School

Year 4 classes


Times Tables 




Miss Gallagher

Miss Aylward/Miss Mason

We use Class Dojo regularly to update parents about what their children have been doing. It's free to sign up! Parents should have received a sign-up code from their children's class teacher which is needed when logging in. Click on the link above to go to the Class Dojo homepage.


4A do PE on Mondays (swimming) and Thursdays.

 4B do PE on Mondays (swimming) and Thursdays.

Spring and Summer

4A do PE on  Tuesdays and Thursdays.

4B do PE on Tuesdays and Thursdays.



Homework Menu


Useful Websites

Reading Butterflies River Conservation Spanish Maths
Science Ancient Greece Volcanoes and Earthquakes The Romans in Chester Remembrance
Computing English www.timestables.co.uk 





Are you looking for a new book to read? Why not try one of these?

Suggested reading list for Year 4 children



Water Pollution Guide River Glossary UK Rivers Map
The Water Pollution Guide gives you lots of information about the types of water pollution and causes of water pollution. The glossary of words to do with rivers is here. This interactive map shows how healthy the rivers of the UK are.


This is where you can practise your Spanish. Use the username and password you have been given in school.
Sumdog nrich Topmarks
You should use the user name and password you received in school to access the site.  Go to the nrich website for some maths challenges.  The Topmarks website has links to many good maths games.
Times Tables Rockstars Diagnostic Questions Primary Maths Resources
How much do you rock? Can you become a times table rock legend? Find out here. Use your username and password to log in to do the quizzes. A page with activities to practise all of the things we work on in Year 4.
Bryony's Triangle
Here's the link to Bryony's Triangles from nrich
Where the UK gets its electricity from Electricity Map Finnish electricity video
This interactive map shows where we get our electricity from. This map allows you to compare countries' electricity production methods. Some countries use lots of coal; some countries use lots of renewable sources. This Finnish video shows how the electricity is produced and travels to homes in Finland
Silicon Spies Learning Circuits  Learn With Richie
Can you help the Silicon Spies defeat the evil doctor? Use your knowledge of electricity to solve problems. Test your knowledge of circuits here. This is the Urenco education website. Find out about how and why uranium is enriched and how it is involved in electricity production. It all happens in our town.
Children's University  Digestive System (Children's University) What is the Digestive System?
This site has loads of fun facts, animations and videos about many areas of science (made by the University of Manchester)  This page has an interactive version of the digestive system. Click on the buttons to find out more about each part. This BBC Bitesize page contains a little animation about the digestive system. Why do we eat food? Find out more here.
Types of Teeth
This is the Children's University website about different types of teeth. It contains games and animations..


Computing and E-safety
Think U Know Kodu  Adobe Spark
Click on the 8-10 section of the Think U Know website for more about how to stay safe online.  You can download Kodu Game Lab from here. Ask an adult at home before you do this! Click here to go to Adobe Spark to create presentations and web pages. Use the username and password given to you in school.


Traceroute website 1 - Gsuite Traceroute website 2 - Monitis Traceroute website 3 - DNS Tools
Test this traceroute site to see where the information we receive on websites has come from. Test this traceroute site to see where the information we receive on websites has come from. Test this traceroute site to see where the information we receive on websites has come from.
Describing Words.io Caves Treak Cliff Cavern
Use this webpage to find adjectives to describe your noun  This website from the National Geographic contains information about caves Find out more about the home of Blue John