Year 4 – Miss Pearson
I hope you are all keeping well and hopefully we can see you soon. I have been trying to keep busy by going for walks and doing home exercises. I’ve done school work and tried to spend as much time in the garden as I can.
Mrs Etchells and I have made up some more packs that you can obtain from the box outside the office. Week beginning 8th June 2020 we are up to pack 6.
If you can look on the website, we have created some more activities for you to try and a couple of websites that you might like to visit. These are on our ‘Homework page.
Don’t forget you can change your reading book and library book – bring it to the office, put your name on it using a post it note, place it in the box and then when either teacher is in school, we will change it for you.
We hope you are being helpful and keeping yourselves busy. It’s really lovely to speak to some of you on our weekly phone calls and hear what you have been doing.
Take care and stay safe
Miss Pearson :)
Hope this finds you all safe and well. Hopefully you have found lots of ways to keep yourself busy over this difficult time. I‘ve been doing a daily run to try and keep fit in this time. Also been doing lots of housework and jigsaws which I find very fun.
It is a very strange time but hopefully soon we can get back to school and all be back together in class!
Was lovely to speak to some of your parents on the phone to check how you are!
We have found some activities that can be used to stay busy at this time. Also, if you need any more work you can pick it up from the school office on any school day.
Miss you all and hopefully will see you soon.
Please follow the link below for online classrooms and activities for learning at home:
Hi Year 4,
Mrs Etchells and I hope you are all keeping well and keeping busy. Have you surprised your parents by tidying your bedroom?
Anyway, here are some web sites that might help you over the next few weeks.
READING (and other ideas):
Collins is giving free access to its online learning platform, Collins Connect, for the length of the school closures. The platform is for both primary and secondary schools and is home to learning and teaching resources for a range of subjects including English, maths and science at all levels, as well as international curricula. It includes more than 300 e-books from its Big Cat reading programme, activity sheets, a times tables practice tool, revision and PDF downloads of many of its titles. Collins is adding resources daily to the site.
Children’s Laureate Cressida Cowell has launched a digital hub with reading charity BookTrust. BookTrust Home Time contains free books, videos, games, recipes, competitions and quizzes. A menu of ideas including activity sheets and live draw-alongs has been created by children’s authors and illustrators
David Walliams –for those David Walliams fans out there, he is reading some of his stories online each day.
Some web sites in case you fancy doing some writing!
BBC show you have to go about it – planning, structure, characters etc.
If you fancy writing some poetry (from 2018).
This web site shows you some games you can make – maybe your family could join in. Have a competition!
Have a look at this web site BUT make sure you ask your parents before you do any of the investigations!
Watch the youtube video and then write a diary as an Anglo- Saxon warrior and have a go at making a helmet to go with the shield that you have made before for your homework.