Welcome to the Year 4 Class Page! 2021-22
Homework will be sent out in the form of an online learning task on Mathletics or SPAG.com. It is set to be completed by Wednesdays. Spellings will be written out in home learning diaries Fridays and also put on here and Seesaw in preparation for a spelling test on Wednesdays. PE days will be Tuesdays and Thursdays this half term, so please send your child in PE kit on those days.
It is important to listen to your child read regularly, aiming for 15 min per night if you can. Here is the link to reading questioning prompts you can use when you are reading with your child:
Swimming this year:-
6th September to 17th September 9.15am – 10.00am
17th January to 28th January 9.15am – 10.00am
You will need to bring a swimming hat, towel and swimming costume on these days. Please note we will be leaving school at 8.50 so will need to be in school early on these days by 8.45.
Please see this page for regular updates and homework/spellings, which I will add here and on our class Seesaw page. Homework will be set on Wednesdays to be in for the following Tuesday. Please send via email or via Seesaw. Any remote learning will be listed below. If you miss any for previous weeks click on the week commencing (W/C) links below- also check Seesaw.
Half term spellings below- test in class Wednesday 3rd November.
Extra maths tasks are uploaded onto Mathletics. These include perimeter.
The link below is a glossary of all the grammar terminology the children will come across throughout school.
SOME IDEAS FOR HOME LEARNING
Hi everyone. If you are struggling with home learning, or require extra and some extra work and/or ideas- here are a few ideas to help you along.
- Firstly, there is the newly setup National Academy- Oak National Academy. https://www.thenational.academy/
- The BBC unveils its biggest push on education in its history – ensuring that every child in the UK has the opportunity to continue to follow the appropriate core parts of their nation’s school curriculum in these challenging times. – Find out more here
- National Online safety: Top tips on how to learn safely online for: Parent/carers | Children | Teachers
Previous weeks home learning:
If you have missed any, these are still available- please click on the links.
LOCKDOWN HOME READING CHALLENGE
Please see the attached ‘Rainbow Reading Challenge’ below. Children can read books with different coloured front covers/themes and once they have completed the challenge, they can be awarded a certificate. Please try to read everyday, write this in your reading diary and upload the picture to Seesaw on Friday. You can do this using Oxford Owl Library or read any books you have at home!
Link to our reading page below
Extra tasks are always available under Purple Mash- set under ‘2dos’.