Welcome to Y4
The children have all made a very positive start and are working hard to settle into new routines.
Our timetable has a basic pattern but is very flexible to meet the needs of the children.
Our PE days are Wednesday – Outside and Thursday – Dance.
Most mornings we start with a writing or reading task like comprehension, pobble or spelling activities. We usually do our daily mile next before our English Lesson. After Break we usually do Maths . After Lunch we start every afternoon with Reading time and we end most days with Storytime – We are reading Romans on the Rampage by Jeremy Strong at the moment.
The Plan for this half term looks like this
Romans on the Rampage
Myths and Legends - Roman
Poetry – Michael Rosen
Animals including Humans
Using our computers and online safety
Places of worship in different religions.
My Body and Time to eat
How does music bring us together ?
Introduce rules. How to be a good learner.
Homework – Will be sent out on a Friday. Children should read as often as possible, but at least 3x a week to an adult at home. They should practise their tables and their spellings. Each week there will be at least one task to complete and return to school, this will usually be a Maths or English task. Where possible I will set work on Purple Mash or Teams. Spellings and a note of this weeks task will come home on Friday.
This weeks Home work
Y4 Home work – Friday 24th September Due in School on Thursday 30 September
Every week – Read (At least 3x a week to an adult)
Remember to write it in your reading record – Make a note if you do bug club
Learn your spellings – LSCWC - Please join and try to write at least 3 in sentences.
Practise your timetables - Try TTRS or Purple Mash for online games. Use songs like the supermovers songs – the link is on our class page but there are lots more on YouTube.
Check to see if I have put any new activities on Purple Mash.
1 Maths Activity
2. Tell someone at home about your favourite Michael Rosen Poem. There is a link on our class page to some.
3 Find 2 facts about a famous scientist
First Week Back!
Maths in the sunshine.