Mrs Abraham would like to show you how the school has changed.
Count on me
Please learn to sing and sign this song. When you have learnt it please send your teacher a video of you singing and signing.
Look at these book suggestions and then try out some of these activities
Hi Year 4. I hope you are all well. Thank you to those of you who have contacted me by email to catch up.
If you have not, please could you email me or if you do not remember your school email address and password ask your parents to email me at email@example.com so that I can help you if you have any questions or if you want to send me any of the learning you have completed. I also have some certificates to give out for Mathletics learning.
I look forward yo hearing from you. Mrs Williams
Hi everyone! It's Mrs Williams.
A big thank you to Tylor Dean's fantastic illustration of a 'Gregosaurus'! Its amazing!
Well done Tylor Dean for doing your home learning.
Good morning Year 4! I hope you have had a good week.
Over the coming days I will be sending each of you a message via your school email which I would like you to check with your Parents. If you can't remember your email address and password, if you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org , I will send it to you.
Thank you for all your hard work accessing the website and completing your home learning every day. If there is anything you have missed remember it is never too late to go back and complete it.
Have a lovely day.
Hi Year 4. I hope you are all well.
I hope you are all managing to access the online activities which are set for you daily in the folder as detailed below.
Remember each day you should be;
- Completing the daily activities I have set for you.
- Accessing Mathetics (assignments up to Multiply and Divide should now be completed).
- Practising your times tables on Rockstars.
- Reading each day.
- Follow the story time by Mrs Barrow.
If you have any issues accessing the daily work, please email me email@example.com and I can help you.
Please visit "Lockdown Home Learning" under the 'parents page' to see your daily activities.
Great to see some of you keeping active Year 4!
Hi everyone! I hope you are all well.
Please don't forget you can send me some photos of your learning or just an email to say how you are getting on and we can share some of these on our class page. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Thank you. Mrs Williams.
08.05.20 Evie in the Jungle
08/05/20 Evie in the Jungle
Hi Year 4! It's Mrs Williams here. I hope you are all keeping well.
I am really impressed with the number of Mathletics assignments that some of you have completed. If you haven't already done so, please start to work on them.
Lots of fantastic Rockstars learning too- keep it up!
Also don't forget to access your Home Learning each day in the Year 4 Rainbow.
Just a reminder it is Deaf Awareness Week.
www.twinkl.co.uk have lots of exciting resources you can access at home.
Why not practise finger spelling your name, you can show your teachers when you are next in school. Can you also spell your pet's name or maybe the name of your friends?
Take a look at the Inclusion page on this website for lots of ideas on what you could do. Have fun!
01/05/2020 Evie in the Jungle
Evie in the Jungle
The Book of Hopes
- The Book of Hopes is a completely free collection of short stories, poems and pictures.
- The collection, published by Bloomsbury, is dedicated to the doctors, nurses, carers, porters, cleaners and everyone currently working in hospitals.
- Over 100 children’s writers have contributed including Lauren Child, Anthony Horowitz, Greg James and Chris Smith, Michael Morpurgo and Jacqueline Wilson.
Please follow the link above to read the book - there are some great stories and poems. You will also find a link to some activities which can be carried out after reading some of the stories & poems.
Hi everyone. Just a reminder that as from today, your learning is now on a different part of the website. Go to the home page, click on Parents and then select from the drop down tab on the parents page which specifically says lock down home learning. Stay safe everyone!
Here is the work for Tuesday 28th April 2020. Stay safe everyone!
Tuesday 28th April
Complete a Mathletics assignment which I have been set for you.
Revise identifying and using prepositions.
Write a review of the story you shared with your adult last Friday.
Geography: Practice your map work here:
Go into your garden/ draw a picture from the internet- of a plant you have seen. Can you name it and label it?
Take a look at the post I have put on our class page. Can you do the Rainbow Sweet Challenge?
Hi everyone! I hope you are well. I have been having some fun making rainbows! How?! Well take a look at my pictures below and the instructions on how I made a rainbow using sweets (M and Ms!). Have a go at home!
- Open a packet of M and Ms.
- Arrange them in a circle using a shallow plate of water.
- Leave them and watch!
- DO NOT tilt the plate at all- keep it completely still and the colours will remain separate. Enjoy having a go!
Hello Year 4. It's Mrs Williams. I hope you are all well.
I will be posting your learning for each day rather than each week from this point. You may like to get an exercise book or some paper to keep a record of your learning and organise your completed activities.
Here are the activities I would like you to complete on Monday 27th April please.
- Maths: Add the total of the weekly shopping list (make it up if you can't find a shopping till receipt or ask an adult to write some prices down for you to add up).)
- Reading: Log in to Active Learn. Click on the following link and read 'The Race to the Pole'.
- Writing: Watch the latest video of your teachers we have posted on this class page. What do you like about it? What do you miss most about school? What is good about being at home more?
- Design a new exercise routine – can you get all of your family involved? Have fun!
Don't forget- your Mathletics assignments are there for you to complete. I'm looking forward to taking a look this week to see how you are getting on with them.
I will post your work for Tuesday next. Stay safe everyone!
FROM US TO YOU
24.04.20 Evie in the Jungle
24.04.20 Evie in the Jungle
Good morning Year 4!
Thank you for the messages regarding home learning. If you sent me a message I have sent you a reply, thank you.Today I have some fantastic news for you! I know how many of you are probably missing singing. Well, we are delighted to offer you the opportunity to get your singing voices on again by accessing the 'Sing up' website.
Here is the link which will enable you to sing at home. Have fun!
Have a good day!
Captain Thomas Moore, known as Captain Tom... An Inspiration to us all! Please see ‘Latest News’ for our whole school Home Learning Project.
Hello everybody! I hope you are all keeping well. We do miss you all!
This week I would like you to complete the following activities please;
- Read a story or poem of your choice and write a review of it.
- Access Mathletics and complete four of the assignments I have set for you.
Once completed or of you have any questions you can message me here on the school website.
I look forward to looking at your learning. Stay safe everybody!
Please download this well being activity and complete with your child.
Monday 20th April
We have been teaching children essential skills such as: listening, team work & being creative as part of their learning and our link, Skills Builder, has now provided a home learning link so that you can continue with some of the activities at home.
Select the skill that you'd like to practise and then select the step for the year group that your child is in - Year 4 children should access step 4.
17.04.20 Evie in the Jungle
17.04.20 Evie in the Jungle
Hawthorn Toilet Roll Challenge!
PE at home
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31/03/2020 Update Year 4
Hello everyone. We hope you are keeping safe. Thank you for accessing resources for your child to complete during this time of homeschooling.
I have set a series of assignments on Mathletics based on the Maths curriculum the children in Year 4 have been taught so far this year.
Your child has been sent home with their Mathletics username and password. They will know how to access the Mathletics website and find the area where the assignments are ready to be completed. Please can you prioritise these assignments in terms of Maths learning to ensure that pupils are having the opportunity to use the skills and knowledge they have been taught.
Here is the link:
I will add in further details about other curriculum areas in the coming days. Thank you.
Tips for Parents
*Update 26th March*
Use the link below to access loads of free ebooks for you to read.
When you have selected a book you would like to read click on to the i (for information) and it will give you some details about the book, then click on to the next i and it will tell you the AR range.
This link lets you check if your choice has an AR quiz.
This link takes you to AR so that you can do the quiz.
The children have been sent home with home learning folders which contain a range of activities for them to complete. It's really important that the children continue with their learning even though school is closed for now. Some reading, writing,maths and other fun learning each day will help them keep their brains ticking away. Please remember that exercise is also important too.
Here are some suggestions for learning for the children in Year 4.
9 - 9.30 am PE with Joe Wicks
Each day from Monday - Friday a work out video is released at 9 am.
9.45 Writing with Jane Considine
Every day from Monday - Friday Jane will post a writing lesson on youtube which can be accessed by all year groups.
10 am Science
A daily dose of science, engineering & computing with Dr Chips
Click on the link below and find out what is happening today.
If children have no reading books: World Book Online: Free membership with over 3,000 free downloadable e-books and audiobooks!
11 am for the next 30 days David Walliams will be reading one of his stories.
Go to the home page by following the link and click on Elevenses
1pm Natasha Lamb's basics of British Sign Language
Range of curriculum areas
Premier League Primary Stars
Register on this site for a free home learning pack
Download the activity booklet for age 7 - 11
Maths, English & Practical Ideas
Year 4 visited the Grace Family home from 'The Spiderwick Chronicles' story. We were set several tasks to complete. Can you spot which tasks we are doing in each photograph? Planning a route through the woods, using our map reading skills to find a place to build a nest for the Boggart, building nests using great teamwork and using our orienteering skills to find items featured in the story 'The Spiderwick Chronicles'.
Welcome to Year 4
Our class teachers are Mrs Williams and Miss Grice (associate teacher), our teaching assistant is Mrs Barrow, our Year 4 teacher of the deaf is Miss Wood and our teaching assistant of the deaf is Ms Hodgetts.
We are looking forward to having an exciting year of learning building upon the children's previous learning experiences and we have an interesting and engaging curriculum planned for the year.
During the year there will be three themes: A Place in the Sun with a focus on Geography, Heroes and Villains which has a History focus and The Rhythm of Life in which Science is the main driver.
We would like your children to read at home every evening and record in their Reading Records - we ask that you please ensure this record is returned to school on a daily basis to help us to monitor the children’s reading. Children will receive home learning activities on a weekly basis.
In Maths we will be building on the children’s previous learning in all areas of the Mathematics curriculum. All children must learn all of the times tables by the end of Year 4 and, during June, this will be the first time that Year 4 children across the country will take the Multiplication Tables Check. We will explain more about this to you later in the year.
Please make sure your child has his/her full P.E kit in school every day and that all items are labelled. Our P.E. days are Tuesday (Swimming in the Autumn Term) and Wednesday. The school P.E kit is a white t-shirt, black shorts and black plimsolls. For health and safety reasons children are not permitted to wear earrings during P.E and long hair needs to be tied back. For swimming (Tuesdays) please ensure your child has a swim suit (for girls), swimming shorts (above the knee only) or trunks (for boys) and a towel. All hair must be tied back.
We look forward to a great partnership with you throughout Year 4.
Year 4 Team