Welcome to Year 4.
Our teacher is Mrs Moore
We also have Mrs Thorpe, Mrs Lewis and Mrs Rogers to help us with our learning.
29th June 2020: Hello Year 4. I hope that you are all still staying safe and staying motivated! Keep trying your best and being good for your families. I am so proud of you all and miss you lots!
Our Learning Project 29th June is all about Food. I hope you like it. Have you been making food during this time off? I bet some of you have learned to cook really well!
Did you enjoy the new activities last week? If you did, I have some more. It is similar to the paper packs you went home with at the very beginning. Year-4-Week-10-Home-Learning-Pack and here are the answers for when you have finished. Year-4-Week-10-Home-Learning-Pack-Guidance-and-Answers.
Here is an idea for another writing challenge, it is called The_watchers. What do you think is in the egg?
Don’t forget you can use BBC Bitesize . They have some great lessons on their for all our subjects. You don’t have to follow what it suggests for a particular day, you can just pick and choose what you fancy. There is loads to choose from!
You are doing really well on TT Rockstars. Your prizes and raffle tickets are still building up! There are not so many names appearing this week. It would be great to see a few more of you on there if you can.
Picture news this week is all about statues.
Picture News 29th June
Don’t forget to look in the links below if you are looking for more learning ideas.
Stay safe, have fun and I hope to see you all soon. Best Wishes, Mrs Moore.
A note about your learning (and some useful links):
This is a confusing time and I want to remind you that just like in school, all I want is for you to keep trying your best and to stay positive about your learning. There are a lot of different ideas out there, it can be hard to know where to start. Don’t feel that you have to do it all, just do what you can. Everyone’s home situation is a bit different and we all have to find a way of working that fits your family.
Here are some ideas that may help you with some structure and routine.
I would suggest that you start your learning with some White Rose Maths, as this follows the same topics that we would be covering in school. If you find this doesn’t suit you though, you can try the maths activities on our learning project, or BBC bitesize or Oak National Academy. Bitesize or Oak sometimes expect you to have things at home that you might not have though (like a printer or digit cards or dice.) Try to find one format that you like and use the same one each day so that you get the most out of the topics. Whatever you do, don’t try to do them all! Spend about 30-40 minutes. If you haven’t finished the activities after that time, have a break. Try again tomorrow. I would like you to try to do a little bit of TT Rockstars every day too. I’m setting battles and challenges for you. Who can win this week?
For English, we need to read and write every day. There are some great writing activities on the learning project to try. Oxford Owl is a great resource to practise reading, with lots of reading activities. Audible is another option if you want to listen to audio books.
IXL is also great to practise spelling and grammar, and there are maths activities too. This can be useful if you need something to get on with independently while parents are busy.
In the afternoon, you can try looking at the other subjects. The learning project has some great fun, family ideas to try. There are some interesting things on Picture news too. BBC bitesize has a different subject every day and Mystery Science has some short science videos you can watch.
Please remember, work in short bursts and have lots of breaks. Don’t try to do too much but do try to work hard and do your best. I’m proud of you all and can’t wait to see you soon.
Check back here often for new ideas and updates. Stay safe.
Learning ideas for Summer Term:
Picture News 20th April:
Picture News 27th April:
Picture news special – VE day
Spanish Learning Ideas:
RE Learning Packs: