Good morning Class 4, All of our work will now be published on google classrooms. Everyone has been sent their log-in, if you don’t have yours then please give the school office your up to date email address so that it can be sent to you. The blog will now go back to being a… Read more »
This morning Class 4 designed and created a working sail! We had a discussion about the history of sailing and the science behind a working sail. As a class, we created a large make shift sail and we had perfect weather for it!
How did you do? Whodunnit?
Remember not to look at last week’s words whilst you test yourself! When you write your spellings don’t forget to look up their meanings and well as using your very best handwriting.
Time for a maths mystery. Read the story and work through the clues, if any are too tricky then ask an adult or send me a message. The answers will be on the blog tomorrow. Your literacy is on here after these resources. Literacy, where we continue our theme of the sea. Read this poem… Read more »
Last week’s homework is due today and next week’s literacy and numeracy homework is attached and I was so pleased with your efforts last week and the ones that I have received for this week so far! I’ve got a tricky frog themed numeracy challenge here, read down the document and choose your challenge, this… Read more »
Good morning Class 4, We have lots to do this week. Today’s numeracy is solving multistep word problems. Read the question carefully and make a number sentence that answers the question. Show all of you working when you solve the calculations so that I can see how you did it. Which character from The Tempest… Read more »
This coming week is the last where Class 4’s work will be set on the blog as well as Google Classroom, from the 18th January it will revert to notices and celebrations of the wonderful work that all our pupils are doing. Please log on to Google Classroom today and familiarise yourselves with it. If… Read more »
Accelerated Reader is an online platform we use at school to help children apply their reading skills. In school, children are expected to take a ‘quiz’ on a book once they have read it. This consists of a series of questions that check the child’s knowledge and understanding of the book they have read. There… Read more »
As promised here is our 2nd week of our Virtual Learning timetable of sessions for everyone to do at home starting Monday 11th January 2020. Also, please find attached a short video from the Activity Professional Mr Beal. We hope this helps and the children enjoy the sessions!