"Your word is a lamp to guide me and a light for my path."
(Psalm 119.v105)

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Class 4

 

Hello and welcome to Class 4's remote learning page.  

We use Microsoft Teams to assign work to students and give an overview of each day's learning. Below is a weekly overview of what the children will be assigned.

 

As well as all of these daily lessons, there is the opportunity to practise maths skills on Mathletics and TT Rockstars.  Don't forget to keep reading for pleasure and enjoyment.  If you are having trouble choosing a book or getting hold of the book you want to read, you can send a message on Teams.

  

Week beginning 8th February

In maths we will be continuing our work on fractions. Both year groups will be exploring how to add and subtract fractions.

In English, children will continue to focus on narrative writing using 'How to Train your Dragon' and 'The Highwayman' as a writing stimulus.
As it is Chinese New Year on 12th February, children will be set various activities to complete in order to find out all about how the Chinese New Year is celebrated. This will include some creative lessons around making Chinese Lanterns, planning a celebratory meal that could be enjoyed and researching how people around the world celebrate the Chinese New Year.
PE will be a series of workouts for children to complete each day. Children should fill in their activity tracker and aim to be active for at least 60 minutes per day.
 

Week beginning 1st February

In maths we will be continuing our work on fractions. Year 4 will be exploring equivalent fractions and year 5 will be ordering fractions and mixed numbers.
In English, children will continue their work on narrative writing using 'The Highwayman' or 'How to train your dragon' as a stimulus for their writing.
RE will focus on Islam, in particular the Quran and the places of worship of Muslims.
In Art, children will practise using paper to make pieces or art, such as weaving paper.
PE will be a series of workouts for children to complete each day. Children should fill in their activity tracker and aim to be active for at least 60 minutes per day
 

Week beginning 25th January

Next week for Class 4's remote learning we will be starting to look at fractions in maths. We will be starting to look at narrative writing in English.
For our foundation subjects next week, we will be continuing with the Vikings and will build up to answering our inquiry question 'Were the Vikings really all that bad?'