Year 4 Autumn 2020 home learning wb 21st Sept
Take care, stay safe and keep going.
You are all amazing!
Year 4 Home Learning Task Week Beginning 6th July 2020
Maths and English
Extra work w/c 01/06/20
This is additional Maths to consolidate prior learning- We will be updating as usual on 08/06/20
Archived Work - Year 4
To ensure this page is easily accessible and useful, we have archived all the work previously set for Year 4 to the Year 4 page of the school website.
Children - Year 4 - 4B/P - scroll down to the 'Home Learning' tab or follow the link below.
All the work we have set over this time is accessible there should you need it.
Miss Platt and Mrs Bailey
Here are a few more great learning packs and activities that you will enjoy working through over the coming weeks.
The literacy pack is all about elves as sprites which has a lovely link to coasts and caves within our geography unit.
Maths this week with Gareth Metcalfe 'I See" contains lots of problem solving activities that we can't recommend enough - we would really encourage the children to complete all the tasks.
Monday: Second Negative
Tuesday: More, Less, Equal
Wednesday: Four Number Sentences
Thursday: Secret Number
Friday: Swapping Sides
Talk For Writing Elves and Sprites
Geography 'Coasts' Comprehension
We hope you are enjoying the lessons on Oak National Academy learning. Click here for lessons week beginning 18th May: https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-5#schedule
Don't forget you can choose earlier lessons and navigate to alternative year groups if you wish - ask us for advice if needed.
Alternatively for maths, try following this link to ‘I See Maths’, who are running a great week of lessons on measurement:
If you would like a change for English, here is a lovely unit to support reading and writing:
If you are experiencing any difficulties or would like further support, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us via ClassDojo. We are more than happy to help if you need advice, feedback, or if your child is struggling with anything.
As always, paper packs are available each week from the school office – just let us know if you require one.
Take care and stay safe,
Miss M and Miss H
We have updated our Year 5 Home Learning Curriculum Map which encompasses all the main topic areas that we would have taught this term. We have designed it to be knowledge-rich, varied, accessible and fun. Whilst we want to provide as much help and support as we can, we don't want to add any additional pressure because we understand the difficulties that home schooling can present. It is vitally important that your home life remains happy and positive. Please remember we are available on ClassDojo to contact, should you need any help or support.
If you are unable to access the online material, we are also providing alternative packs of printed work that is available for collection from the school office. Please let us know via ClassDojo if you need this.
Stay safe and stay in touch.
Miss M and Miss H
Y5 Summer Term Home Learning Topics
We hope you are all enjoying being at home. We miss you lots!
Take a look at the learning project we have put together for you. Choose as many as you like to have a go at. We'd love to see pictures of your finished products - you can send them via Class Dojo.
TTRockstars, Reading Plus and Sumdog are all still available, and are excellent to go on daily. If your child has a Nessy subscription, they can continue to access this at home. If your child has phonics sessions at school, Miss Hennessy and I will contact you via private message on Class Dojo with log in details and to let you know which phase to practise.
Additionally, have a look at any of the following online learning resources:
Oxford Owls have a range of books, which are banded just like the books at school. They are offering their ebooks free for homeschooling. You just need to register.
I See Maths is a great online resource, which we use in school. Gary Metcalfe, who runs it, is offering free online lessons daily, which are well worth a watch.
Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) is offering a free daily workout on his YouTube channel
Have fun, stay safe and keep in touch,
Miss McClelland and Miss Hennessy
Year 5 Learning Project
Here are some calming activities from Relax Kids. They are lovely activities for all children - your child does not need to be anxious to enjoy them, but I hope they help to calm any anxieties whilst school is closed.