Mulberry and Beech classes
Meet the staff...
Blinding Lights Challenge
Children ,who have been into school this week, made daffodils to deliver to the local community. Following social distancing guidelines, we left them on the doorsteps of houses around our school- a little something to make them smile .
25th - 29th May
Hi Year 4,
During half-term you will have two activities to complete on Seesaw (one English and one Maths). Once you have completed these and if you would like to do anything else, have a go at the activities listed below.
Here is a link to a book you might like to read called Winnie and Wilbur Stay at Home: https://en.calameo.com/read/000777721fa99e30b70f0?authid=7dNZAolx0j6O
Have a lovely half-term.
Miss Bell and Mr Byrne
Summer 2 spellings and homework
Summer 1 spellings and homework
Try out some PE activities: follow this link for an online portal for parents.
There’s a range of fitness, games and problem solving activities.
This year our topics are:
How can we keep our oceans clean?
Burps, Bottoms and Bile
To assist your child's learning, the school's expectations are:
- Reading at least 3 x a week to an adult (please record in log books).
- Learning spellings (https://play.spellingshed.com/#/login) - This will encourage the children to practise in an enjoyable way.
- Times tables (https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth/school/student/37558) - This will assist the children with practising their times tables to increase their speed and fluency.
- Cornerstones topic based homework (please see the home learning sheet below).
The children will be tested on their spellings and times tables every Friday.