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Year 4

Sports Day!! 

A massive well done to all of the children in Year 4 who took part in this afternoon's sports day. It was a fantastic afternoon and all of the children thoroughly enjoyed competing and having fun. 

Timberley Academy - Home Learning video (Year 5 example)

How to access and use home learning. This is year 5's example but this guide is relevant for all year groups.

Detective Freya has really engaged with today's Literacy and is dusting for fingerprints in her house!

Libby's wonderful freezing investigation! Who knew ketchup would freeze :-)

Zach's amazing investigation!

Check out Zach's results from his fantastic investigation!

Freya's fantastic freezing investigation!

Wow Freya! You are a true superstar! 


You have set up our experiment perfectly and we are very excited to see what will happen to your squirty cream in the freezer! I can’t wait to read your results later. 


It is so lovely to see you enjoying yourself at home and keeping that beautiful smile on your face! Everyone at Timberley Academy is so incredibly proud of you and your hard work!

Children's Mental Health Week!

Express yourself!

Freya's fantastic project work on circuit drawing!

A Special Message from Santa for all the children at Timberley Academy

Welcome to Year 4! 

Home Learning

Christmas cards

We have made the decision not to allow children to hand our Christmas cards in school this year.  They can, however, bring in a Christmas picture they have made at home to be displayed in the classroom. We can scan and display the pictures on our whiteboard for the children to see.  These will also be added to our class page for parents to see.

Christmas jumper and dinner day 


Christmas dinner day and Christmas jumper day for children is 9th December.

Virtual after school clubs

How to access home learning - Parents Guide

Home learning - Step-by-step guide to access the work and communicate with your teacher


Competition Time


Its competition time for all primary age children to produce a poster that explains how important it is to follow the coronavirus rules in Birmingham to the theme of ‘It’s a fact!’

Early years and primary aged children in Birmingham (11 and under) are tasked with producing posters or pieces of artwork that explain to their families, their friends and the wider community how important it is that everyone in Birmingham follows the national guidance as well as the local restrictions that are in place:
 Wash hands: keep washing your hands regularly for 20 seconds.
 Cover face: wear a face covering in enclosed spaces.
 Make space: stay at least 2 metres apart - or 1 metre with a face covering or
other precautions.
 In Birmingham you must not socialise with anybody outside of your household or support bubble in any indoor setting, whether at home or in a public place.

Children should be encouraged to reflect on why the rules are in place and how important it is for everyone to play their part in keeping Birmingham safe.

All entries will need to be returned to school on Monday 2nd November 2020. Good Luck yes

TTRS Year 4 vs Year 5 Battle of the Bands! Starts Monday 19th October 4pm!!

Welcome to Year 4! We can't wait to have you back in school. Just a little sneak peak of your new classrooms! Have a look below :) 


Miss Melvin - 4J

Miss Mills - 4M

Miss Siggers - 4S

Along with Miss Melvin, Miss Mills and Miss Siggers, we have Miss Birch, Mr Driver, Miss Grand, Mr Harrison and Mr Perks joining our Year 4 team this year :-) 

Important Information


  • Our school day starts at 8:50am. You will enter school through door B (the ramp by the sports hall), where you will walk down the ramp to meet your teacher. 
  • You will be dismissed at 3:20pm via the same door.
  • PE is on Tuesday. You will come into school in your PE kit and remain in your kit for the rest of the day. Please ensure all jewellery is removed before coming to school. Please note some P.E. lessons may take place outside therefore come dressed appropriately. 
  • Please bring a labelled water bottle, with your name and class. This must not contain fizzy pop or energy drinks. This will be taken home each day to be cleaned and returned the next day.
  • You do not need to bring bookbags, pencil cases or tuck money into school. 
  • You are allowed to bring a healthy snack to have at playtime. 

Superbia Perseverantia et Passionem Pride, Perseverance and Passion