Welcome to Year 4!
Welcome back to the final term of Year 4. We have lots of exciting things planned this term and below you will find the curriculum overview for the summer term and the Homework grid that you can complete at your leisure. As always the home learning is designed to be fun and collaborative so we hope you enjoy undertaking it together as a family.
All staff in Year 4 are happy to help in any way we can with anything you have concerns about. Please just send an email or we will be on the door everyday after school if you want a quick chat.
All the best to you and your families this year and we thankyou for your continued support of us and your children this year.
Mr Copete, Mrs Wooding, Miss Johnson and
Welcome to our class page. Here you will find
Please send photos and work completed directly to your class teacher.
Please feel free to contact us if there are any queries.
Times Tables Practice!
Here are some resources to help you become a times tables whizz!
EXTREME WEATHER CLOSURE - 18th February 2022
Please find below some activities that you can do today. We would love to see what you have been done so you can email pictures or PDFs to your class teacher on email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
As we are unfortunately missing Cultural diversity day, here are the slides I was going to share with you all. I hope you enjoy them. Feel free to send in any photos you may take today if you want to do your own home cultural diversity day and we will endeavour to post them on the website for all to enjoy. Just email them to your class teacher. Stay safe and keep smiling
English - It seems fitting that as part of your remote learning, we ask you to write a story of a storm. Some of you might like to use the picture prompt on the sheet to help you. Think of the following bullet points to help with your structure and content:
Structure (at least 3 paragraphs):
Introduction (where is the story? What is happening? Introduce characters)
Main body (your build up and problem)
Ending (resolution to your problem)
Maths - We need to practise our times tables, so have a go at completing the multiplication wheels and then challenge yourself with some mixed multiplication questions (There are a lot there so don't feel you need to do all of them!)
Handwriting - Copy out AA Milne's Poem "Wind on The Hill" in your neatest handwrting (If you really impress us, there are Gem Cards on Offer!
SPAG - Using the workbook (Again, there is a lot there so don't feel you need to do all of the sheets!) practise using inverted commas to show direct speech.
Other resources to ensure you ‘exercise your brain’