Any questions or queries please email Mrs Pollard, Miss Abbott or Mrs Goy at:
We would love you to share your child's work with us, just take a picture and send it to the Year 4 email address.
Home Learning timetable:
Week beginning 22.2.21
Please check the timetable for the daily tasks that have been set
22.2.21 and 23.2.21
Watch the BBC Bitesize
clip about different types of teeth and complete the quiz
Online lesson: are all teeth the same? https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/are-all-teeth-the-same-68r62c
Use the tooth diagram on the website to help you to draw and label a cross section of a tooth
DT: Make healthy snacks. Can you have a go at making fruit kebabs or vegetable sticks?
Maybe you could make a healthy cereal bar?
Links to music lessons are located in the 'Files' section of MS Team. Only team members will be able to view the videos.
4A Teams link:
4P Teams link:
Young Voices at home are live every Thursday on Facebook (will require adult supervision at all times) or can be accessed via their YouTube page below.
PE with Joe Wicks
Back at school:
Everest in the playground
As the snow covered the ground, our keyworker group made the most of by recreating Mount Everest on the playground!
What a fantastic job they did.
Our school rainbow. Spreading some cheer around our community. Stay safe.
Week beginning 22.2.21
Wednesday 24.2.21 (Handwriting)
(complete the planning grid)
Choose an activity from the grid below and enjoy some screen free time. Let us know what you've been doing.
Spring Weekly Homework
10 - 20 minutes of reading
5 minutes on CLIC maths booklets
20 - 30 minutes each day on:
Maths Targeted Question Book pages 58,59 and 60 (Coordinates)
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling CGP Book
pages 50 and 51 (apostrophes for missing letters)
10 Minute Weekly Workouts pages 44 and 45 and 46 and 47
Thursday - Handwriting CGP pages 29 and 30
English Comprehension Targeted Question Book pages 18 and 19
(Please keep these books at home)
Purple Mash tasks are listed on the weekly timetable.
'2Do' tasks are set daily.
Other Useful Resources
https://www.edshed.com/en-gb This is free for 14 days and has access to online spelling, reading and maths resources.
https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/ National Geographic kids has lots of interesting things for the children to research.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/levels/zbr9wmn BBC Bitesize has some great video clips and ideas to keep everyone busy.
https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/ This is a great resource to use for research purposes.
Who will be the first member of Year 4 to complete the Reading Bingo Challenge?
Keep a list of the things you have read.
We will give to 24 raffle tickets as your bingo prize!
The following site has lots of Oxford Reading Tree books available to access for free. It covers all over the different coloured book bands.
Other useful websites to support reading.
Maths CLIC Booklets
Here you can download the CLIC workbooks
Meet our team:
Mrs Pollard - Teacher (4P)
Miss Abbott - Teacher (4A)
Mrs Goy - HLTA
Mrs Wright - TA
Mrs Clarke -TA
Miss Farish - TA
Mrs Tetley - Brass/Music teacher
Year 4 Teams sessions will be at 12:30 and 14:00 daily.
Please email us if you need a new invitation sending.
Please complete Set 1 of your current CLIC and Set 1 of the CLIC above.
If you are on CLIC 10 you will complete Set 1 of CLIC 10 and Set 1 of CLIC 11.
CLIC challenges should be completed independently, without support just like in school.
You do not need to print off the CLIC sheets (they can be read on the screen and the answers recorded onto paper).
CLIC challenges will be completed every Wednesday starting 10/2/21.
Please help you child to mark their tests and send the scores and any problem areas back to the class teacher via email.
Mistakes are good and help us to know where we need to focus support and we will use this information to help us to plan our maths teaching.
|CLIC Challenge 7 Questions and Answers.pdf||Download|
|CLIC Challenge 8 Questions and Answers.pdf||Download|
|CLIC Challenge 9 Questions and Answers.pdf||Download|
Week beginning 22.2.21
Watch the video link for each days maths session and complete the questions on the worksheet (you don't need to print)
CLIC assessment day. Please complete your CLIC challenge today. Email in your scores and any tricky areas please.
Here are just a few examples of work that have been completed at home.
We have Greek vases and story writing as well as some children that have been keeping up with their fitness by running 4K!
Well done everyone.
Troy captured this amazing picture of a squirrel whilst out walking. Can you see what is in its mouth?
Amelia has been carefully painting her wolf to have some time away from her screen. She used a paint by numbers kit and the result is incredible.