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Google Classroom

 

If we have to close then Google Classroom is where you will be able to access the latest learning and interact with your teachers. To use Google Classroom you will need your google login and password which has been posted to you/your parents. 

 

Our Google Classroom is a secure learning platform which can only be accessed with each individual child login which is unique to each pupil. Once in to our classroom you will be able to access learning resources and send work back to the teachers. You will also be able to communicate directly with the teachers to receive feedback on what you have done as well as ask for help if you get stuck. 

 

To access the classroom type classroom.google.com into the address bar of your web browser.

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Lockdown Work Week 1 (6/1/21-8/1/21)

R.E Advent Activities

Advent Puzzle - refer to this each week

Welcome to Year 4!

  • Class 4 are taught by Miss Jess Chisnall
  • Class 5 are taught by Miss Hannah Purver
  • Class 6 are taught by Miss Bethany Nicholson

The children are supported in their learning by Mrs Wendy Burge and Mrs Penny Bridgeman.

 

Premier Sports teach Year 4 PE on a Tuesday. There will be another PE session at some point in the week. At the moment, this will be:

Class 6 on Mondays

Class 5 on Wednesdays

Class 4 on Fridays

However this is subject to change. We ask that the children have their PE kit in school for the whole week as PE days can change last minute.   

 

Keep checking back to our year 4 page for regular updates about the children's learning. 

Everyday essentials for your child:

 

Please try and give your child time each day to use these websites to support their education. The weblinks are in the weblink document above and the relevant log in details have been sent home.

 

Homework

This is now all on Google Classroom, unless you have made a specific arrangement with your child's class teacher. 

Maths homework will go out on a Wednesday and should be returned on a Tuesday.

English homework will go out on a Monday and should be returned on a Friday. The children will be tested on their spelling words on a Friday. 

English
Autumn 2: The children have begun their new topic around Aesop's fables. They have shared a range of fables, comparing them and noticing that each has a moral at the end. They have learnt the Tortoise and The Hare by heart, using actions for key words in the story.

Autumn 1: In English, the school was recently taken by strange creatures, which we now know are Flanimals! These are strange, alien-looking creatures and we found them in the year 4 area and outside. We have looked at using exciting vocabulary to describe their appearance and behaviour. From this, we are designing our own flanimal and describing it. Our finished pieces are going to be sent to the author! 

 

The children designed their own flanimals and wrote fantastic descriptions describing their appearance, how they move and their behaviour. 

We tweeted Ricky Gervais and he replied! He thought the children's work was excellent and sent us an email and a special delivery...  

Reading
Autumn 2: In reading we are focusing on Michael Morpurgo texts. We are starting with Mr Skip and the Rainbow Bear. We will be going over key reading skills such as prediction, selecting and retrieving key information and inferring characters thoughts and feelings. 

Autumn 1: In reading, we have been reading the Nothing To See Here Hotel. We have been introduced to Frankie who lives in a monster hotel which is invisible to humans. We have predicted what is going to happen in the hotel and looked at the main characters in more detail. 

We learnt about the character of Prince Grogbah, who arrives at the hotel for a holiday... or so they think. It turns out that he has actually stolen something from a rival gang of goblins, who are now out to get him!

Throughout the book, we have been inferring characters thoughts and feelings. 

Maths

In Maths, we have looked at four digit numbers and what makes up these numbers. We have partitioned them in different ways, and began to order and compare them. We have also looked at rounding numbers to the nearest 10 and 100. 

 

In addition and subtraction, we have been looking at the partitioning method (some of us have been looking at the column method). 

 

In Multiplication, we have been either partitioning 2 digit numbers to multiply by a 1 digit number. Some of us have been using the grid method. 

In Division, we have been using number lines or the chunking method. 

 

Fractions- we have been looking at representing a range of different fractions. We have ordered and compared fractions and have been finding fractions of amounts

Creative Curriculum
We have  begun our topic of the Egyptians and have looked at their place in time in relation to other historic events. We have started to look at what achievements this ancient civilisation had and why that is important to us today. 
Science

Our topic in science is solids, liquids and gases. We have been planning and carrying out different experiments to test the states of matter.

  • We have shown gases with lemonade and raisins, and changed a liquid (water) in a solid (dough) by adding spoonfuls of flour. 
  • We have tested how long it takes an ice cube to melt
  • We have tested the temperature at which water freezes
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