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Final Google Meet

 

On Monday (20th July) it will be our final Google Meet session. We have decided to make it as fun as possible and celebrate as if it was the last day of school but virtually! We will be playing games, having snacks and celebrating the year we have had. 

Whether you have been to all the google meet sessions or none of them it would be lovely to see you all there!

 

We have had a crazy year this year and one none of us will forget. But I am so proud of each and everyone one of you. It has been an absolute pleasure teaching you all this year and I know you will all continue to shine in Year 5!

 

 

NEW - YEAR 4 BLOG! - NEW

Hi Year 4,

I hope you are all well, safe and smiling!

 

Thank you to all those children who have been joining us for our Google Meet sessions! It has been lovely to see so many of you - and there has been lots of you! If you haven't joined us already, don't worry - you can join anytime and it would be lovely to see you and hear what you have been up to!

 

On Purple Mash I have set up a year 4 blog. The blog will be used as a place to upload work for you to complete as well as a space for you to share what you have been up to with the rest of the class! Getting on our blog is extremely easy, all you need to do is:

  1. Log on to Purple Mash using your username and password.
  2. Click the tab at the top that says 'Sharing'
  3. Then click the Year 4 logo.

To add your own post just click the green plus at the top, right hand corner!

All the comments and posts will come to Mr Carson and myself first to approve - but I know that you are all amazing, so we don't need to worry!

 

This weekend, I am going to bake a cake so I will post a photo on the blog for you all to see and maybe the recipe for you to have a go yourselves! 

Any issues please let me know and I will do my best to sort them!

 

Keep smiling year 4, you all amaze me each day!

Miss Lynch x

Whole Class Summer Music Challenge! 10th July 2020

Work to shout about!!

Being away from school hasn't stopped our Year 4's! In our google meet sessions we have read Leon and the Place Between, check out below the amazing writing the children have produced so far!! 

 

Year 4's description of the place between.

The twisting, spiralling staircase led to the depths of the place between. The purple, mysterious fog surrounded the staircase. A brave man who sat upon a magical, white horse balanced on the edge.  My eyes went wide with amazement when I spotted the green, smug genie. The curious man was playing a game of cards with an acrobat and a child magician. The talented, flexible acrobat swung across the genie's table on a golden braided rope. A talented man was holding two flaming, fire rings as a cat leapt through them. I whizzed around the place between on a magical colourful carpet, making sure to duck my head to avoid the shooting stars and flying cards. What an amazing time in the amazing place between!

Google Meet

Please find attached a Google Meet timetable for the week commencing 13.07.2020

 

Google Meet work for Wb/ 06.07.2020

 

Monday - Instructions for how to access the blog are at the top of this web page. 

Maths - To compare four digit numbers using the symbols for more than, less than and equal to. Please find the work sheet on our Purple Mash blog. 

English - To create 4 expanded noun phrases to describe the place between. The image can be found on our blog!

Work set for week beginning 29/06/2020 - Google Meet

 

Monday -

Maths - Children to complete maths activity on Purplemash.

If the children log on to Purple Mash and go to 2Dos there will be an activity called Perimeter (Google Meet), This is to be completed for Tuesday 30th June 2020.

 

English - Have a think of what you might see/hear/smell when you enter the circus tent.

 

Tuesday -

Maths - To complete the 5 questions on perimeter! The sheet will be linked below - To be completed for Wednesday 1st July,

 

English - To create their own description of Leon's first time entering the circus tent! Attached below is a writing frame, but please feel free to create your own. - To be completed Wednesday 1st July.

 

Thursday - 

Check out our new blog on Purple Mash!! I have added instructions at the top of our class page!

Maths - To complete the 10 area questions set on Purple Mash! You will find it in your 2do's!

 

Friday - 

English - Complete Mikey wants chicken! on Purple Mash

Mathematics - Find a worksheet on a school blog. Follow our instructions at the top of this page!

GARAGE BAND (Music) Offer

Please find below, links to two additional Garage Band tutorials by John Oates for you to use with your pupils in conjunction with the updated guide sheet which now covers the tutorials for Y3 – Y6. (See Garage Band Offer Year 3 to 6 guide sheet below). 

 

Garage Band: Year 5  https://youtu.be/cr_JMVUYEm4

 

[Garage%20Band%20Year]Garage Band Year 6: https://youtu.be/cLaw236M

Garage Band Offer Years 3-6

HOME LEARNING UPDATE - 2nd June 2020 CK

 

Please follow this link to lessons for all year groups from Reception to Year 6: 

https://www.thenational.academy/

While you're at home Police Message 05 05 20

First News

 

Welcome to Year 4!  We have temporarily moved our usual overview, to the bottom of the page, so that you can easily get to the weekly home learning we are adding to your class page - enjoy! 

 

LEARNING FROM HOME

If your child has sensory Special Needs, you may find the link below, useful. 

http://www.brookfieldsschool.com/website/sensory_resources/475082

Times Tables Rock Stars Guinness  World Record Attempt

Posted 18/05/2020

 

Have you got what it takes to become a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® title holder? We are inviting you to attempt a Guinness World Records title by answering as many times tables questions correctly as you can in one minute.

Please find attached a letter with the rules and how you can take part!!

 

Good Luck!!

Competition

Hi Year 4,

We hope you have all enjoyed Easter and despite having to stay at home, you managed to get some Easter eggs. Believe it or not, this week is the start of our summer term! We have some new links on our class pages that you may like to visit and some more English and Maths work for you.

We have decided to run a competition, just for Year 4, Class 12 and 13.  All you have to do is log on to Active Learn site and complete some of the activities that have been allocated to you. You could play the maths or grammar games that have been set for you or try reading some of the books and completing the quizzes, when you read a book,  in Bug Club. You also have TT Rock Stars, a great way to practise your times tables.   We can monitor how you are doing on these sites, so at the end of the month we will check who has completed the most activities or read the most books and give a small prize of either books, or pens and pencils.

Good luck!

Best Wishes Mr Carson and Miss Lynch

Home Learning Guidance For Schools and Parents

Home Learning: Lots of links in one document - Click on the link below 

http://www.myvirtualschool.org/Pages/Learning-at-home.aspx

The Most Recent Maths and English Work For You To Do

Remember to keep checking Purple Mash as we have also set activities for you to do on there too! 

Hamilton Trust home learning packs - Week 14 13.07.2020

 

Day 1 – Read a classic Greek myth, Icarus; make responses to the text. Read a longer text version and express a preference. Sequence and retell the story orally.

Day 2 – Re-read a Greek myth to develop familiarity with its themes and characters; compare three versions of a story; write a fictional diary entry.

Day 3 – Begin reading a more demanding version of a Greek myth; read and note the key features of instructions; write a set of instructions.

Day 4 – Finish reading a more demanding version of a Greek myth; offer opinions about different versions of a Greek myth.

Day 5 – Read a classic poem, ‘Hope is the thing with feathers’; look up some difficult words and answer questions about the poem; write in response to the themes and ideas of the poem.

Hamilton Trust home packs - Week 14 - 13th July

 

Day 1 – Divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers, using a vertical layout for ‘chunking’.
Day 2 – Divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers: answers <30, writing remainders as fractions.
Day 3 – Solve division problems, interpreting remainders appropriately.
Day 4 – Count on and back in steps of 25 and 1000.
Day 5 – Use Roman numerals to 100.

Previous Weeks Learning Resources

From Hamilton Trust

Home learning packs from Hamilton Trust - English

Wc/ 06.07.2020

 

Day 1 – Make predictions. Listen to the story of The Night Shimmy. Explore Anthony Browne’s extraordinary artwork.     

Day 2 – Listen to the story of Silly Billy. Write instructions. Write a reflective letter.  

Day 3 – Listen to both stories again. Draw a comparison between the two. Write descriptions and produce illustrations about your own magical object.   

Day 4 – Listen to the story Voices in the Park. Answer questions about this. Write from another point of view.

Day 5 – Listen to the same story again. Identify and use paragraphs. Write a sequel.  

Most recent mathematics home learning packs from Hamilton Trust

Wc/ 06.07.2020

 

Day 1 – Use knowledge of times tables and place value to divide multiples of 10.
Day 2 – Solve scaling problems. Convert from centimetres to metres.
Day 3 – Solve correspondence problems.
Day 4 – Convert from kilograms to grams and vice versa.
Day 5 – Order items by mass/weight.

Latest English pack from Hamilton Trust -29/06/2020

 

  • Day 1 –  Children read an introduction, then listen to the first part of a Sinbad story. They retell the story in four scenes. They practise using conjunctions to join clauses.   
  • Day 2 – Children speculate about an illustration. They listen to the second part of the story of Sinbad. They retell the story in four scenes. They practise using prepositions to expand noun phrases and write descriptions.  
  • Day 3 – Children watch the last part of the story and retell it in four scenes. They read a written version of the story and identify differences to the told version. They write about part of the story, using prepositions and conjunctions.  
  • Day 4 –Children read an insult poem. They research vocabulary and use new vocabulary in sentences. They learn a poem by heart.  
  • Day 5 – Children read a draft insult poem. They write their own and practise performing it.    

Latest mathematics pack from Hamilton Trust - 29/06/2020

 

 

Day 1 – Count up to find a price difference.
Day 2 – Choose appropriate methods to subtract 4-digit numbers.
Day 3 – Using counting up (Frog) to find change.
Day 4 – Use negative numbers in context of temperature.
Day 5 – Place negative numbers on a line. Order positive and negative numbers.

The most recent English work from Hamilton Trust. 

22.06.2020

 

  • Day 1 - They make predictions from the front-cover and listen to a reading of Peter and the Wolf. They revise and practise speech punctuation and write sentences to summarise the story.   
  • Day 2 – Children look at an illustration and listen to the musical extract that matches it. They imagine some speech and then write a paragraph.  
  • Day 3 – Children look at another illustration and listen to the accompanying music. They imagine a new ending to the story and write this, including direct speech.   
  • Day 4 – Children read a poem and use picture prompts to learn it by heart. They revise poetry vocabulary. They read three more poems and practise performing one of these. 
  • Day 5 – Children read another poem and make their own picture prompts to help them learn it by heart. They investigate word classes in a poem and then write their own poem with a similar structure. 

Mathematics for the week.

22.06.2020

 

o Day 1 – Revise expanded and compact column subtraction with pairs of 3-digit numbers. Practise this using the activity sheet and investigation.

o Day 2 – Use the Learning Reminders to consider the compact method of setting out subtraction alongside the expanded method, now with 4-digit numbers. Children use the method they are most comfortable with in the activities, then check their understanding with the mastery questions.

o Day 3 – Finding the perimeter of rectangles using doubling strategies. Children use the activity sheet and investigation to apply their skills.

o Day 4 – Use the Learning Reminders to explore finding the perimeter of rectilinear shapes. Use the activity sheet and investigation to practice this.

o Day 5 – Use the Learning Reminders to compare finding area and perimeter of rectangles and squares. Rehearse skills in the practice sheets, then use the problem solving and reasoning questions to check understanding of this topic.

English work from Hamilton Trust - Week 10

 

  • Day 1 – Children make predictions from the front-cover. They listen to Henry’s Freedom Box and then order events. They read an author’s note and answer questions.  
  • Day 2 – Children listen to the author reading Henry’s Freedom Box. They read an extract themselves and answer questions. They choose the three most important events from the story, make illustrations and write captions. 
  • Day 3 – Children complete a cloze from the start of the story. They read about other historical figures and answer comprehension questions. They write a letter in role as Henry.  
  • Day 4 –  Children read the poem, ‘Sea Fever’ and answer questions. They practise using possessive apostrophes. They listen to the poem being read and practise reading it out loud. 
  • Day 5 – Children write descriptive sentences and then read a poem: ‘Amulet’. They practise using possessive apostrophes. They use a prompt and frame to write their own poem.  

Mathematics from Hamilton Trust - Week 10

 

Day 1 – Use expanded column subtraction to subtract 3-digit numbers.
Day 2 – Introduce compact column subtraction to subtract 3-digit numbers.

Day 3 – Choose a strategy to subtract 3-digit numbers.
Day 4 – Find the area of rectangles.
Day 5 – Find the area of rectilinear shapes.

 

English from Hamilton Trust 

 

Day 1 -  Children read the poem, ‘Hero Dad’. They practise identifying and choosing determiners. They write about an imaginary adventure.  

Day 2 – Children read ‘Hero Dad’ again. They identify and swap the determiners in the poem. They write their own hero poem, using a scaffold. 

Day 3 – Children watch an African story being told. They read four more African stories and write single sentence summaries about them. 

Day 4 – Children read three more stories from Africa. They watch the story-telling video again, looking for techniques. They practise a telling of one of the stories. 

Day 5 – Children compare two versions of a story. They identify the use of conjunctions and fronted adverbials in one. They write a version of the story that they told on Day 4.      

Mathematics for the week!

 

Day 1: Column addition to add three digit numbers

Day 2: Using column addition to add money

Day 3: Using column addition to add four digit numbers

Day 4: Use factors to multiply 

Day 5: Multiplying three numbers

 

 

Week 8 English Work from Hamilton Trust

Day 1 – Reading the first half of an Ananse story. Answering questions. Making predictions.    

Day 2 – Finishing the Ananse story. Using the PowerPoint revise how to identify and use adverbials in sentences stimulated by the story. 

Day 3 – Writing about a character. Planning and writing a story.

Day 4 – Read poems and learn about odes. Answer questions, reflect and annotate poems.

Day 5 – Read a poem and look for the features of an ode. Plan and write a poem in the same style.

Y4 Week 8, Maths from Hamilton Trust

The ‘timetable’ for this week’s teaching and learning is as follows:

Day 1 Using the PowerPoint presentation, revise the grid method to multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers.  Practise this method.

Day 2 – Children explore the Learning Reminders to rehearse how to round to approximate answers. Practice sheets and an investigation give opportunity for children to develop fluency in using the grid method. 

Day 3 – Children learn about different types of angle (obtuse, acute and right angles) and triangles (equilateral, isosceles, right-angled and scalene). They classify angles in triangles. An investigation provokes mathematical thinking.

Day 4 – Children identify acute, obtuse and right angles in quadrilaterals. There is a challenging investigation to take this further. Alternatively, some children can have a go at using a protractor in the ‘A bit stuck?’ activity.

Day 5 – In the Learning Reminders, children are asked to compare and then sort quadrilaterals according to their properties. They apply this in the practice sheets.

Week 7 - Maths work from Hamilton Trust

 

Day 1 - Multiplying multiples of 10 and 100

Day 2 - Multiplying multiples of 10 and 100

Day 3 - Mental multiplication and division 

Day 4 - Symmetrical patterns

Day 5 - Symmetrical shapes

Week 7 - English work from Hamilton Trust

 

Day 1 -  Recap adverbials and then write about a day out you would love to have!

Day 2 - Practise adverbials and then write a letter to the zoo owner.

Day 3 - Use the photograph to write a description.

Day 4 - Compare two poems.

Day 5 - Read and answer questions about a poem.

Week 6 Maths Topics from Hamilton Trust

 

Day 1: 7 Times Tables

Day 2: Factors

Day 3: Co-ordinates 

Day 4: Moving Shapes on a co-ordinate grid

Day 5: Drawing polygons on a co-ordinate grid

Week 6 English from Hamilton Trust

 

Day 1: Make predictions about a story and then answer questions about chapter 1.

Day 2: Think like a character.

Day 3: Summarise what you have read so far and then write a letter to your future self. 

Day 4: Fronted Adverbials.

Day 5: Pick a favourite poem and use that as inspiration to write your own.

Week 5 Maths Topics from Hamilton Trust wc 04/05/2020

 

Day 1: Equivalent fractions and decimals

Day 2: Comparing numbers with one decimal place

Day 3: Add and subtract 0.1 and 1

Day 4: 3D Shapes

Day 5: Shape

Week 4 English Topics from Hamilton Trust wc 04/05/2020

 

Day 1: Revising verbs

Day 2: Looking at the present perfect tense

Day 3: Using an image to inspire writing

Day 4: Read and summarise a poem. Then have a go at writing your own!

Day 5: Looking at speech and writing as a character

Week 4 Maths Topics from Hamilton Trust wc 27/04/20

 

Day 1 – Identify fractions on a number line and count in fractional steps.

Day 2 – Finding unit fractions of amounts; using this to find non-unit fractions of amounts.

Day 3 – Adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominators.

Day 4 – Identify polygons and name these. Identify properties of regular and irregular polygons.

Day 5 – Sorting triangles; identifying different types of triangle by name.

Week 4 English Topics from Hamilton Trust wc 27/04/20

 

Day 1 – Read and summarise a story.  Revise verbs and clauses, use conjunctions.

Day 2 – Read and summarise a story. Identify and use conjunctions to add information about time, cause and place.

Day 3 – Plan and write a story, using conjunctions.  Read another version.

Day 4 – Reading a set of poems, choosing favourite, answering questions and reading a poem aloud.  

Day 5 – Reading poems. Preparing a comparison between two poems.   

 

Week 3 Maths from Hamilton Trust wc 20/04/20

Maths

Each day covers one maths topic. It should take you about 1 hour or just a little more.

Day 1 Equivalent fractions

Day 2 Equivalent fractions (tenths)

Day 3 Equivalent fractions and decimals

Day 4 Times tables

Day 5 Factors

Week 3 English from Hamilton Trust wc 20/04/20

English

Day 1: Children use a storyboard to plan a story about a narrow escape.

Day 2: Children watch PowerPoint presentation then practise finding adverbials, and write sentences including these.  

Day 3: Children write a recount from a different perspective – that of the prey. They study the features of a personal recount and include these features in their story. They should also include adverbials.

Day 4: Watch PowerPoint presentation on Noun Phrases. Children then identify noun phrases and use these in writing their own version of a poem.

Day 5: Watch the PowerPoint presentation on Prepositional Phrases. Children then identify prepositions and identify noun phrases which include these. They read another poem and use noun phrases in their own version

Week 2 Maths from Hamilton Trust wc 30/03/20

Maths

Each day covers one maths topic. It should take you about 1 hour or just a little more.

Day 1: Adding three or four numbers

Day 2: Adding money

Day 3: Finding change

Day 4: Subtraction using Frog

Day 5: Column subtraction

Week 2 English from Hamilton Trust wc 30/03/20

English

Day 6: Wolves, Non-Fiction

Day 7: Wolves, Non-Fiction and Poetry

Day 8: Poetry, How the Bumble-Bee got his Stripes.

Day 9: Poetry, The Dragon Who Ate Our School

Day 10: Poetry, Creative Writing

Mathematics
Literacy

Chris Hadfield: Astronaut

(Research links for biography writing.)

Space Oddity

David Bowie's Space Oddity, recorded by Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station. Composition: "SPACE ODDITY" Written by David Bowie Published by Onward Music Limited (Note: This video cannot be reproduced and is licensed for online music use only.)

The Five Senses in Space: Hearing

In space, no one can hear you scream, but inside the International Space Station it's a whole other story. CSA Astronaut Chris Hadfield describes what he hears every day, and shares a few sweet strands of his own sounds as well.

The Five Senses in Space: Sight

Flattened eyeballs? Random flashes of light? CSA Astronaut Chris Hadfield explains how vision is altered during spaceflight. Part 2 of 5 videos on how the main senses are affected in space.

The Five Senses in Space: Taste

In space, fluid distribution to the head can cause congestion, dulling the sense of taste. CSA Astronaut Chris Hadfield shows us his personal favourite food that has a little extra kick to stir the taste buds.

The Five Senses in Space: Smell

Burnt steak and gunpowder in the airlock? CSA Astronaut Chris Hadfield describes how the sense of smell is hampered in orbit.

The Five Senses in Space: Touch

The fifth and final instalment of our 'Senses in Space' series. CSA Astronaut Chris Hadfield describes how feet adapt to the near-weightless environment of the International Space Station.

Chris Hadfield Brushes his Teeth in Space

Canadian astronaut and Commander of Expedition 35 answers a question about how astronauts brush their teeth in space. You might be surprised by what he reveals!

Sleeping in Space

It's bedtime on the ISS. CSA Astronaut Chris Hadfield shows us how astronauts sleep in space.

Chris Hadfield Returns to Earth

After five months aboard the International Space Station (ISS), CSA Astronaut Chris Hadfield and his Expedition 34/35 crewmates Tom Marshburn and Roman Romanenko made a successful undocking from the ISS and a triumphant return to Earth in their Soyuz TMA-07M spacecraft.

Astronaut Chris Hadfield Debunks Space Myths | WIRED

Retired astronaut Chris Hadfield helps debunk (and confirm!) some common myths about space. Is there any sound in space? Does space smell like burnt steak? Is NASA working on warp speed?

Science
Forest School  New section added !

 

Humanities: History, Geography, RE and PSHE

History
Geography
Religious Education
Relationships, Sex Education, Health Eduction (R.S.H.E.)
Arts
Music
Computing

Coding Activities (Posted 24/03/20)

Modern Foreign Languages - French

 

Welcome to Year 4!

(See bottom of page for links to home learning during potential school closure).

 

Our team are:

Mr Carson, Miss Lynch, Mrs McCarthy and Mrs Freeman
 
We are really enjoying the spring term
2020 is a blast!!!

Mathematics
The year starts with Year 4 developing and consolidating the written methods for subtraction and addition, as well as multiplication and division. Division will be  a particularly important area of study but with all the hard work that both classes have put in towards learning their times tables, this should not prove too difficult to master.Throughout the year, we will revisit and hopefully extend our knowledge of these important skills.


We will also be revisiting fractions, where we will focus on equivalent fractions before extending the work into decimals.

 
Acute right, and obtuse should be terms you become familiar with, if you are not already, when we continue to develop our understanding and knowledge of shape.

 

Time is something children in Year 4 always seem to struggle with. Children need to be able to tell the time using both analogue and digital clocks. They must also recognise 24-hour times. Please do practise this skill, regularly, at home.

Literacy 
In Year 4, we have some amazing texts which we focus on. We will be reading Christophe's Story, The Spiderwick Chronicles, and The Iron Man, as the basis of our fiction units. In non fiction, we will be looking at biographies, using Neil Armstrong's story, non-chronological reports. We will centre on the Shang Dynasty and write newspaper reports. We will have Incredible Sports as our starting point. In our poetry lessons, we will study the collected poems of  Grace Nichols and James Carter.

Added to this will be a healthy dose of spellings and grammar - doesn't that sound fun?!

 

Science:
Each half term brings a different area to investigate; Sound, Electricity, Grouping Living Things, Dangers to Living Things, Human Nutrition and Changes of State. Each lesson, there will be a scientist of the week award for someone, in each class, who has worked particularly well.


Humanities (Geography, History, RE, RSHE)

History is really enjoyable in Year 4 as we look at the Ancient Greeks, the impact of the The Roman Empire on Britain. If you have enjoyed Horrible Histories (either the books or television series), there are elements in each of these subjects that should appeal to you, alongside some important life lessons.

 

Linking closely to our history lessons is Geography. We look at the geography of the United Kingdom and Europe, Settlement patterns and map reading.


In R.E. we will try to answer question such as, 'What is the most important part of the Nativity?' and and 'Is forgiveness always possible?' We will also complete a week long project on Islam,  (including visiting speakers) during inter-faith week.

 

For RSHE we start the year with New Beginnings and later look at British Values.


Arts (Art and Design Technology)
Both art and design technology are generally linked to our topics of study.

 

When we study the Ancient Greeks we will look at how pottery and clay work changed, during this period and how this can be used to date sites. We will then make clay pots and tiles that correspond to different eras.

 

Closer to Christmas we will be making a variety of pop-up cards in our Art and Design lessons.

 

When we look at British Values, in R.S.H.E., we will study and sketch the Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament).

 
Music
Both classes will continue to learn to play the guitar on a weekly basis. In previous years the children have performed, in front of KS2, a mix of whole class and solo pieces. At home, please encourage your child to practise, reguarly, in order that they will become more adept players.

Computing
In out computing curriculum, we will complete a unit called, ​'We are Music Makers', which links nicely with our science unit, on sound. We will be learning how to sequence sounds and how computing can be used to make music. We will also learn the skills needed for developing software and games. We will start to learn to code, so that the children can create their own games. Children will be able to access the Purple Mash site (2DIY3D) if they want to continue this at home. There are also some other links on this web page.
 
P.E.
We have P.E. twice a week on Wednesdays and Thursdays. 


For Indoor P.E., we will undertake some gymnastics floor work, dance units (in which we explore expression, presence and improvisation skills), and table tennis.


For Outdoor P.E., both classes will develop their skills in hockey, Boccia, table tennis and athletics.

 

Both classes will had a 2 week block of swimming lessons in 2019.
Please ensure children have the correct P.E. kit in school (both for indoor and outdoor P.E.) and that they leave it in school for the entire half term.

 

Forest School

During the year, each class should have an opportunity to take part in Forest School activities with Mr Carson. There are many benefits to the children learning outdoors, and it especially supports childrens' mental health and wellbeing. (See more about Forest School, in the Curriculum area of the website),


HOMEWORK
Children will be given homework for Literacy and Mathematics, every Monday, to be returned to school, on the following Friday. The children may also have spellings to learn.


On-going homework, for all children, will be reading every night and learning their times tables. Some children may be given additional homework, to support and consolidate their learning. Your support with all homework is greatly appreciated.

EDUCATIONAL VISITS
We have lots of educational visits planned.   Each half term we will be making a visit to Ditton Library. We will be visiting the cinema to watch Wonder Park and then completing a film review and completing book comparisons.   At the end of the year, we have a residential visit to Beeston Outdoor Education Centre, which is always a highlight of the Year 4 year and somewhere where we can social more, with each other, whilst at the same time, learning lots!

 

Remember:
Monday - Homework sent out.

Tuesday - Guitar
Wednesday / Thursday - P.E.

Friday- Homework returned

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