If you want to play against Mrs Eady online at Sumdog, this is my friend ID:
I will try to be online at 11am and 2pm every day. 11am for Maths and 2pm for reading.
If you want to play against Mrs Kaluza online at Sumdog, this is my friend ID: JW482616
The Premier League Primary Stars have launched a writing competition based around ambition. There are videos and guidance on the website.
If you submit an entry, remember to send one to your teacher too!
Please use this form to feedback any issues with home learning. We cannot respond to individual emails but will endeavour to amend the home learning based on feedback.
1. Daily work will be uploaded at about 7pm for the following day. There will be maths and English activities daily and weekly activities for other subjects.
2. Children to write the long date once per day, underlined, then subheadings for each piece of work they complete (e.g. spelling, arithmetic, writing, maths main teaching)
3. Work neatly with your best handwriting, as if you were at school. At the end of each day, rule a line across the whole page then start the next day immediately underneath - do not waste space in your book.
4. Answers will be posted the following day for children and parents to self-mark.
5. Work will remain on the website for the remainder of the week then removed on the Sunday to ease server load.
6. Please use the comment form to get in touch. We cannot answer emails directly but will alter tasks based on feedback.
As we are now entering the Easter holidays we thought we would scale back the more formal aspects of learning for the next two weeks. We are putting a list of activities and signposts to websites with fun activities that you MIGHT like to do. We are also putting challenges up on Sumdog and Spelling Shed but there is no obligation to go on them if you don't want to. If you need to get in touch, use the contact form above. Remember to follow the government guidance and stay safe. We are all missing you and can't wait to see you again.
All the Lower Key Stage 2 team.
Year 4- your Mathswatch assignments are set and ready for you to use.
Your login details are on the inside of your blue Home Workbook
To start our new Science topic, we all planted beans to take home. Throughout the school closure we would like you to take care of your plant and keep a weekly diary of the changes you see. Each time you observe your plant draw a diagram of what you see, label it and write a sentence eg: week 1- There is no evidence of any shoots yet then draw the plant pot with the compost in. Label it plant pot, compost and indicate here the bean is under the compost.
Lookout for first shoots, first leaves, first proper leaves, more new leaves, first flowers, first beans. Take measurements every week. When the plant becomes too big for the pot, plant it outside. You will need to support it with a stick and you will need a grown up to help you with the measurements as it will probably grow taller than you!
We have had some requests for other things that children can do if they have completed the work or cannot use the internet. Here are some:
1. Create a word search with the spelling words you have been practicing.
2. Create personal challenges that you can do every day to try and improve your score e.g. number of star jumps in a minute.
3. Create an assault course in the garden.
4. Read and write questions that you can ask family members about your book.
5. Write a book review when you have finished reading your book.
6. Create addition/subtraction questions for a family member and then mark their answers (without using a calculator!)
7. Write a letter to a friend.
8. Write an adventure story.
9. Write and illustrate a book.
10. Practice shading techniques and observational drawings.
11. Make a collage out of old newspapers and magazines.
12. Lego challenges