4 Medievals –
Mrs Shipley/Mrs Ayriss
4 Tudors –
Mrs Smith/ Mrs Yates
Each Wednesday we will be posting a weekly timetable of the learning challenges to be completed over the week.
Click on Year 4 Timetable week 7-8
to access the weekly learning beginning on Thursday 25th February.
Click on Year 4 Timetable end of week 8
to access the learning for Thursday 4th and Friday 5th March 2021.
Click on Year 4 Timetable week 7
to access the weekly learning beginning on Monday 22nd February.
World Book Day is Thursday the 4th of March. You can access you book token here:
Moving with Mr Moss and Training with Mr Todd
Mr Moss is now our answer to Joe Wicks. Each week you will be able to carry out an exercise session following this link:
Week 2 https://youtu.be/KP2NdxUp8Jk
Week 3 https://youtu.be/g04WisDFE4c
Mr Todd is also setting a weekly training challenge. Follow the link to see what challenge he has set you think week.
Challenge 1 https://youtu.be/0kLt4F92HoU
Challenge 2 https://youtu.be/pklOqkw75zw
You could even upload a video to Seesaw for us to show Mr Moss and Mr Todd your brilliant training.
Please ensure that you are regularly checking your Parentmail. Any important information regarding what is happening in school will be sent via Parentmail. Please remember if you need to contact your class teacher please do so using our class email addresses.
Tudors – firstname.lastname@example.org
Medievals – email@example.com
Home Learning Platforms
If you need to access your child’s learning from home please make sure you are checking Purple Mash and Seesaw. This is where their class teacher will set them work as well as respond to any work. Ensure you check to see if your child’s teacher has sent anything back for improvements. Please be aware that we will endeavour to give feedback the next day.
All Login information is inside your child’s reading diary.
While learning online, remember to Stay Safe. This week we celebrate Safer Internet Day on Tuesday, 9th February. There are lots of online resources to support this, including this short video from the UK Safer Internet Centre on ‘What you can trust online’, which you may wish to watch withDay three Monday March 1st your child:
Your own free reader online with Oxford Owl
We have found a website which offers free online e-books to read during this time as you cannot visit the library in town or at school
Follow this link to get onto the site and follow the instructions to log on.
There is an alternative site you might like to try too…. https://www.booksfortopics.com/storytime-online
We’d love to create an online review file so we will be sending a book review sheet, via Purple Mash, for your child to complete once a book is read. This will be set for homework each week-end. We’d love to see some pictures or thoughts on the books you read on Seesaw too! You could even upload a video of your reading.
Please watch a lesson video each day to be found on the timetable and then complete the worksheet listed below to upload onto Seesaw for your teacher to feedback.
Mrs Smith and Mrs Yates Set
This week in maths we are leaning about data handling.
Wednesday 24th Feb
Thursday 26th Feb
Friday 27th Feb
Monday 1st March
Tuesday 2nd March
Wednesday 3rd March
Miss Phillips’ Set
Wednesday 24rd Feb recap week 7 lesson 3
Our new project is the Remarkable Rainforest. Please check PurpleMash and Seesaw for learning challenges. There will also be a weekly science task posted on Seesaw.
As always homework continues for all pupils as before. You will find this on the weekly timetable.
This term we are exploring our Remarkable Rainforests. We will be learning about the different layers of the rainforest, the type of habitat it offers to the many animals who live there and about the deverstating effects of deforestation.
Each week your maths teacher will set you homework on MyMaths linked to your learning. This is always set on a Friday and due on a Tuesday. You can attempt the activity as many times as you like to improve your score.
Seesaw is an online platform that allows children to complete tasks at home on the computer. It is also a brilliant resource for allowing teachers to share with you the work your child has been doing in school.
Purple Mash a great online learning platform. Similar to Seesaw it enables children to access learning at home that matches up to the National Curriculum. It also has its own library full of books, Serial Mash, with activities that match each chapter.